Brendan Kelly says psychologists shouldn't speculate about Trump's mental health without a proper examination

The Trinity psychologist was reacting to a Johns Hopkins' University professor's assertion that the US President has 'malignant narcissism'

Johns Hopkins University Medical School psychotherapist John D Gartner said recently that US President Trump “is dangerously mentally ill and temperamentally incapable of being president.”

Garnter believes Trump shows signs of “malignant narcissism,” which is defined as a mix of narcissism, antisocial personality disorder, aggression and sadism in Campbell's Psychiatric Dictionary.

Professor of Psychiatry in Trinity College Dublin Brendan Kelly joined George, and told him that he doesn't feel it's at all appropriate for Trump's mental health to be brought into question.

He said that plenty of psychologists are giving their opinion because they believe that it is in the public interest to give their impression of Trump; something Kelly disagrees with.

You can listen to the full interview by clicking below.