Trump may be a successful businessman, and he's done a great job taking over the Republican party by beating 16 other candidates.
But there's one thing he isn't: an emotional adult.
If you've ever had little kids or been around them, one thing you know is that they often whine about things being "unfair" when they don't get what they want.
Spend any time at all listening to Trump and you'll hear the words "unfair" and "unfairly" crop up like a weird mantra.
Other examples: The Colorado delegate process was "totally unfair." Having to win a majority of the delegates was "unfair." He didn't like Megyn Kelly's debate questions months ago--they were too tough and one was "unfair." He also threatened the GOP if he wasn't treated "fairly."
It goes on and on and on. Just Google Trump and those words. You'll be staggered.
Trump is wealthy, famous, more successful than established politicians--yet he's got a chip on his shoulder the size of Manhattan. He needs serious therapy. Group therapy, by which I mean a group of therapists teaming up to figure out--as he loves to say--"what's going on."
He's won so much and done so much, yet he sounds like the kind of whining loser who never gets anywhere and blames the world for how he's been treated.
What kind of negotiator, deal-maker, chief executive, or commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces would someone like that be?
As Trump often tweets: Sad.