On Sunday's edition of 'MediaBuzz' on Fox News, Mollie Hemingway responds a flood of media figures accusing the president of "warping" reality or "losing his grip" on sanity.
The Washington Post this week quoted Peter Wehner, a veteran of three Republican administrations and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, who said about Trump: "He creates his own reality and lives in his own reality and tries to bend reality around himself and his own deep narcissistic needs. But, of course, in the end reality wins out, and trying to disfigure it or reinterpret it doesn’t work."
HEMINGWAY: There is almost like a cycle to this. We heard it in January, we heard it again a few months later. And it seems to be part of a campaign to undermine the president, as opposed to well-reasoned analysis.
It is a campaign based on anonymous leaks, so it is very hard to determine how much to take seriously...
In general, it is people who haven't accepted the reality of Donald Trump winning the election who are making this claim.
Nobody should be evaluating each other's mental health, particularly not people who are still struggling to accept reality a year after it happened.