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Is Barron Trump Autistic?
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^ I assume you've never heard the term "idiot savant". Google is your friend.
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Posted 11/28/16

redokami wrote:


Akage-chan wrote:

considered idiot savants.

what are you trying to say?
we are know it alls on the topic of idiots?
or we are idiots who are ..smart?

Idiot Savant syndrome and whatnot refers to prodigious guile in a single specialized in the face of severe impairment of mental faculties. For example, a savant I've read about was unable to add, subtract, multiply, or add, but was capable of doing amazing calendar calculations.
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Posted 11/29/16
he's a child, leave the kid alone
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I don't really see how this matters..

I just can't see any way that a yes or no answer could really change anything what so ever.
Posted 11/29/16

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every child I've ever seen who's had "autism", come to find out, pops was skiin' the freakin himalayas of cocaine in the months, year leaidng up to the pregnancy.

How do you know Mom wasn't?


Because most of the instances I'm referring to, I knew the people well enough to be able to say this with a decent measure of confidence.
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Better watch it while you can. If you read the comments it'll be deleted soon.

Autistic or not, that child will be the brunt of unwarranted insults and harassment simply for who his father is. The world isn't always a pretty place.
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.....why not just get him evaluated?

I mean i was diagnosed with Autism when i was like 8 or so.
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Posted 11/29/16

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.....why not just get him evaluated?


Hah. Well, this isn't some poor family we're talking about. It's normal to have regular check-ups with various doctors. They won't have missed any aspect of his physical or mental development.

Anyway, Rosie O'Donnell is a comedian, not a doctor. When she called a 10-year-old boy autistic, she meant it to be funny. I'm sure she jokingly pities people for their race and sexuality, too. That's just the kind of humor she and her audience like, I guess. Nonsense.
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Posted 11/29/16

Ryulightorb wrote:

.....why not just get him evaluated?

I mean i was diagnosed with Autism when i was like 8 or so.


It's not the web's place to dictate that. Moreover, what his family does pertaining to his health should be kept private.
I was diagnosed as being clinically this and that as a child, not autistic, but other things. The problem is, the younger one is, the harder it is to determine the longevity or the severity of these things unless they're very apparent. Technically I was diagnosed with just clinical depression as a child, but many doctors first misdiagnosed me as being a severe ADD/ADHD case, a very common mistake at the time. Moreover, things began to blossom as I aged that had remained undetected or dormant before.

It's not easy to psychologically analyze a child. That's why the majority of my diagnosed mental issues were discovered when I was a teen. It's also nerve wracking to a child themselves to diagnose them so young. Makes them feel as if something's wrong with them wholly, not just a brain chemistry fart. The only reason I was dragged to a psych as a kid is because I tried to leap out a window. Doubt this kid has done something that drastic.

Just let him be a child for now.
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Who cares? Why does it matter?

As long as Trump does a decent job as a president, I don't care why he goes back to his tower once in a while or where he lives.
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Autistic or not, that child will be the brunt of unwarranted insults and harassment simply for who his father is. The world isn't always a pretty place.


This.

The ones who are insulting him or making fun of him just because they hate Trump are very pathetic.

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Posted 11/29/16
My thought,,,,,MYOB.
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Posted 11/29/16

yuummmmy wrote:


ayaundwolf wrote:


Autistic or not, that child will be the brunt of unwarranted insults and harassment simply for who his father is. The world isn't always a pretty place.


This.

The ones who are insulting him or making fun of him just because they hate Trump are very pathetic.



I've honestly felt bad for him ever since I saw him up on the congratulatory speech stage. Kid had to be up at 3am just to be a little accessory to daddy's victory, and he looked hella fucking tired. In general I hope he won't get too much brutality for being related to Trump, he's only ten and it's probably embarrassing enough as is, even with the monetary benefit, he's probably still subject to some shit.

I don't like Trump personally, but this kid should definitely not have to suffer or be considered an accessory to his father's actions.
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What? Leave the kid alone. Doesn't matter who he's related to.

Children should not be political props ( Ted Cruz. ), political fodder or political targets.

In fact just leave them completely out of politics in general.
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