"They're after our precious bodily fluids."
Brig. Gen. Jack D. Ripper (Sterling Hayden) has explained his fervent belief about "precious bodily fluids" to Lt. Lionel Mandrake (Peter Sellers), who is terrified to realize that his commanding officer is psychotic, in the movie "Dr. Strangelove". Unfortunately, the realization comes too late. Gen. Ripper has just launched an atomic bomb strike on Moscow that will begin WWIII.
"A delusion is a belief that is held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary."
"Non-bizarre delusion: A delusion that, though false, is at least possible, e.g., the affected person mistakenly believes that he is under constant police surveillance."
We should take seriously the probability that Donald Trump is psychotic. He is delusional regarding the size of the attendance at his inauguration despite photographic evidence. He insists that "millions" of immigrants voted for Hillary, and that zero ("None!") of these illegal votes went to him. There is absolutely no evidence for this. Most recently, he has insisted the President Obama wiretapped his office prior to the election. James Comey, Director of the FBI, has stated publicly that there is no evidence that this is true.
Donald Trump is not merely telling a lie. A liar would offer qualifications and suggest a possible explanation as to why the belief cannot be verified. Donald Trump continues to insist that what he believes to be true, is true. By definition, this is delusional. We should take seriously the probability that Donald Trump is psychotic. Until it can be demonstrated that he is healthy, he should be prevented from acting as President. This is not merely a political issue, it is a matter of public safety. It is the responsibility of the Vice President and the Congress to protect the people of the United States.