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David Letterman remembers Donald Trump as "the perfect guest." "I would make fun of his hair, I would call him a slumlord, I would make fun of his ties. And he could just take a punch like nothing," the former Late Night host recalled to The New York Times in an interview published Friday.
But while Letterman is no longer on TV to humorously keep Trump and Hillary Clinton in check, he offered up some harsh insight into what he's seen since Trump announced his White House aspirations:
"If you see somebody who's not behaving like any other human you've known, that means something," Letterman went on. "They need an appointment with a psychiatrist. They need a diagnosis and they need a prescription." Read the entire interview at The New York Times.
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