Why is the word “crazed” so often used to describe Donald Trump?
The word “crazy” is frequently used to refer to Donald Trump.
It is used as an insult, and is sometimes used to mean to act out.
But in a new study, researchers at Columbia University looked at how that word was used by Americans and found that people were less likely to use it to describe a candidate who was not crazy.
They also found that the term was not associated with anger or fear.
They report in the American Journal of Public Health that the use of the word was associated with negative feelings.
“The fact that we see this association, this negative association, with fear and anger is consistent with the fact that people have been misusing that word for a long time,” said Dr. William Langer, the study’s lead author.
“And so it’s a little bit like saying, ‘Well, I’m going to call you a liar.’
It’s not that bad.”
Trump was a political figure who rose to fame in the 1990s and was elected to the U.S. presidency in 2016.
But he has been criticized for his use of inflammatory language.
He has been critical of U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley, a Muslim, for refusing to condemn his comments.
He’s also attacked Mexican immigrants and women.