Trump backs the new book by a conservative commentator who falsely claims to have a Ph.D. in psychology

Republican expert Gina Loudon, whose new book purportedly uses science to prove that Donald Trump is the president

Republican expert Gina Loudon, whose new book purportedly uses science to prove that Donald Trump is the "most sensible" president in history, has been accused of falsely claiming a degree in psychology.

Donald Trump has endorsed a new book that describes him as the "most sensible" president in history, written by a woman who falsely claims to have a degree in psychology.

Republican pioneer Gina Loudon, a member of the media advisory board of the Trump 2020 campaign who calls herself Dr. Gina, allegedly uses science and psychology to back her arguments in support of the president despite not having any formal training in those fields.

The theories employed by Loudon in the new book, Angry Politics: Maintaining your sanity in a crazed world, have been widely discredited by licensed psychology experts, according to the Daily Beast.

Despite the violent reaction to the book and its author, Trump retweeted a post this week promoting Mad Politics, writing: & # 39; Gina is great! & # 39;

Trump endorsed Loudon's book by retweeting an announcement about the book this week

Trump endorsed Loudon's book by retweeting an announcement about the book this week

Trump endorsed Loudon's book by retweeting an announcement about the book this week

Loudon, member of the media advisory board of the Trump 2020 campaign calling herself Dr Gina, is shown above embracing the president

Loudon, member of the media advisory board of the Trump 2020 campaign calling herself Dr Gina, is shown above embracing the president

Loudon, member of the media advisory board of the Trump 2020 campaign calling herself Dr Gina, is shown above embracing the president

According to reports, Loudon has a degree in "systems of human organizations" from the online school Fielding Graduate University, which is based in Santa Barbara, California.

His LinkedIn page says that the author has a Ph.D. in "human development", but that statement has not been substantiated. His website also says he has a PhD, but does not specify in which field.

Previously a frequent guest on the Fox News channel, Loudon stopped at Sean Hannity's show earlier this month to publicize his new book while simultaneously criticizing what is known as the "Trump disorder."

"My book actually uses scientific and real data and a real psychological theory to explain why it is very possible that this president is the most sensible person of all those who occupy the White House," he told Hannity.

The theories employed by Loudon's new book about the president, represented this week in the White House, have been widely discredited by licensed psychologists.

The theories employed by Loudon's new book about the president, represented this week in the White House, have been widely discredited by licensed psychologists.

The theories employed by Loudon's new book about the president, represented this week in the White House, have been widely discredited by licensed psychologists.

The host responded quickly: "Literally, the heads of the liberals are going to explode for what you just said."

Loudon continued: "That's the fun part of madness, it's just watching them go crazy over the fact that he does not flinch for them, and I believe that. And I know him. "

The prologue to Mad Politics is also written by Hannity, who calls Loudon & # 39; the favorite psychologist in the United States. & # 39;

The company that published Mad Politics said it plans to update the cover sleeve and marketing materials after this week the lack of official credentials of Loudon.

"The copy of the jacket was written by Regnery, not by Gina," Alyssa Córdova, advertising director of Regnery Publishing, told Daily Beast.

& # 39; As human and organizational systems are the field of psychology, we simplify that simply as & # 39; psychology & # 39; We will update with the description of the specific title in future impressions and online marketing copy to avoid further confusion.

The Republican commentator appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show to talk about Mad Politics: Keeping his sanity in a world that went crazy

The Republican commentator appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show to talk about Mad Politics: Keeping his sanity in a world that went crazy

The Republican commentator appeared on Sean Hannity's Fox News show to talk about Mad Politics: Keeping his sanity in a world that went crazy

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