First and foremost, unlike NY Fire Dept. contract psychologist Suzanne Lachman, I have absolutely no political or personal agenda against Trump or any politician for that matter. As a body language expert and journalist with a strong background in psychology, I report what I see and hear without bias. So when I saw that psychologist Lachman declared Trump “unfit for office” I saw someone who I believe is not acting professionally or ethically for that matter.
In fact, countless trained professionals both Republicans and Democrats have called for her to lose her license. They feel what she did was not only irresponsible but unethical. As a licensed professional in the field of psychology, she cannot use her profession to discuss anyone she has not treated or make defamatory statements about their ability to serve in office or not. She can report traits she observed but it is not her professional place to make any conclusions. This is going over the line. Lachman is saying that because she had a contract with the fire department she felt qualified to make the call about Trump. The logic in this seems extremely flawed.
Upon further investigation, it is clear that Lachman’s rant against Trump is both political and personal. Below is a screenshot of Lachman’s political bias. She shows how she is Pro Welcoming Refugees and shows how she is a huge fan of Obama as she posts a photo of Obama shaking hands with a janitor and a photo of Trump in an unflattering pose.
Apparently, she is also a part of Rosie O’Donnel’s minion ( Trump’s arch enemy) which she posted on the FB account. Thus, she may very well be involved in raising money or participating in a documentary where she will state that Trump has dangerous psychological disorders as you see below.
And finally, her rant against Trump goes far beyond political, it is very personal with her as she shows a billboard of Trump with a bird shitting on Trump’s head. That is not professional or even political. It is personal.
In fact, she said that he met Trump back in 1992 – 26 years ago when she stated that she introduced herself to him at a social event. She says that he said to her” Why would I want to talk to you? I wouldn’t even let you suck my dick.”
First of all, he may or may not have said this. But let’s say he did say this, I seriously doubt he said it in one sentence at the same time. It was in response to something said to him and then a more severe response to something negative said to him.
As we ALL know, NOTHING happens in a vacuum. There is always a stimulus and a response to every situation. I seriously doubt that Trump would make those comments unprovoked, based on everything we know about him and what he has demonstrated publicly.
For instance, his infamous “grab em by the pussy comment” was not made in thin air with no stimulus to provoke his admission that this is what you can do to women when you are a celebrity. Instead, it was stimulated by his very immature macho bravado showing off for former entertainment reporter Billy Bush. If Billy was silent and had not instigated the conversation, Trump would most likely not have mentioned this. So if you carefully examine the dynamic of the Billy Bush and Donald Trump pussy grabbing conversation, there was a stimulus- response and action- reaction going on.
Similarly, there was no doubt a stimulus-response and action-reaction going on in his communication with Suzanne Lachman. She makes it a point to mention that she met him in 1992 “right after his divorce from Ivanka.”
In doing this statement analysis, she doesn’t say “I met him in 1992″ or in the early 90’s. Instead, she qualifies it with the statement ‘ right after his divorce from Ivanka.” She also says it was a “social event” which leads one to question whether she was making her move towards the single available Donald Trump.
Seeing that Lachmann is no shrinking violet and rather aggressive media-wise, it may be that she was equally aggressive in her interaction with Trump and perhaps let him know she was interested in him on a personal level. Maybe Trump tried to let her down gently to let her know he wasn’t interested. Not to looks shame her, but she is clearly not Trump’s type based on his history of dating fashion models and Playmates. Maybe she didn’t take the hint and kept persisting until he may have been crass and rejected her outright letting her know that he dates models and Playmates only. This may have both embarrassed and upset her, which may have possibly lea her to make a disparaging comment to Trump. It seems she may have possibly said something like ” I would never even want to sleep with you.” or “Fuck you.”
Now we ALL know that when a disparaging comment is made to Trump he claps back even harder. He doesn’t instigate. Instead, he retaliates.He even mentions this in “Art of the Deal” and in all of his books and in public interviews. We have also seen it first hand when Marco Rubio started with him saying that he had little hands, to which Trump coined him ” Little Marco”. Most recently when Robert DeNiro publicly at the Tony Awards said ” Fuck Trump”, Trump clapped back calling him “Punchy DeNiro”- as in “punch drunk”. He did the same to Maxine Waters who called for his impeachment, He then called her “Low Intelligence Maxine.” “Dishonest Hillary” came about from her personal attacks as did negative monikers for anyone who started with him.
So based on Trump’s pattern of behavior, it seems highly plausible that Suzanne Lachmann made a negative remark directly to Trump, most likely concerning something related to his sexuality in order to make hersef feel better and to mollify her rejection ( like “I wouldn’t want to sleep with you because you probably have a little dick” or “Suck it” or “Fuck you’ or something to that effect”) This in turn, may have caused him to retaliate in sexual terms and even more vulgarly by stating to her” I wouldn’t let you suck my dick.”
There had to be a hostile sexual exchange of words between these two as nothing happens in a vacuum. It seems highly plausible that she started with saying something nasty or derogatory and he simply finished it.
Now she is using her position Psychologist and using the NYPD Fire Department to add to her credibility to retaliate and have the last word to trash Trump publically. But what she failed to realize is that she trashed herself as “hate consumes the hater.”
This will all backfire on her as she will no doubt be under investigation by her licensing board and may very well lose her license to practice psychology.
Lachmann has previously expressed her view in a 2017 article written for Psychology Today, citing an encounter she had with the President soon after his divorce from Ivanka in 1992.
She said when she approached him and introduced herself, he told her: ‘Why would I want to talk to you? I wouldn’t even let you suck my d***. Look at all the beautiful women here. Don’t waste my time.’
Lachmann said in the article Trump was delusional and suffering from a deterioration in his cognitive functioning – things that were directly in contrast to the mental state expected of someone appointed the leader of the free world.
‘Mr. Trump cannot uphold the duties of this office because even in his first 100 days, his insight and judgment have disintegrated to the point at which his public statements, accusations and tweets seem delusional,’ she wrote.
Lachmann said Trump was ‘delusional’ and the pair had once met at a party in the early 90s, where he dismissed her and said ‘I wouldn’t even let you suck my d***’ when she tried to introduce herself
Lachmann said in her tweet her work as a clinical psychologist who consulted for the FDNY qualified her declaration that Trump was unfit
‘Delusions are fiercely protected by their holders. Not shockingly, Trump feels otherwise, declaring, “I think my strongest asset maybe by far is my temperament. I have a winning temperament”.’
‘His distorted thinking, disorganized conduct, and erratic, impulsive behavior, combined with his fixation on his own importance directly imperils our safety as citizens of the United States and he must be removed from the line of duty.’
Lachmann told The New York Post she is contracted to the FDNY’s counselling services unit and paid by the hour to treat firefighters.
She says she is currently seeing six, and has previously shared letters from the FDNY thanking her for her service, and says she received a placard ‘in recognition of the many [firefighters] I’ve aided’.
Frank Gribbon, a spokesman for FDNY, told the Post Lachmann’s tweets should not be associated with her work for the Department.
‘It’s inappropriate to cite her work with FDNY in social posts that express political views,’ he said.