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Dementia Patient Shares Delusion About Being TIME's Man Of The Year

"They asked me! No, really!"
Dementia Patient Shares Delusion About Being TIME's Man Of The Year

Many of us have dealt with elderly parents in some stage of dementia. It's a stew of delusion, belligerance, fantasy, and just plain lies.

So it looks like that's what the Trump family is dealing with. Look at this tweet:

TIME responded:

And so did the Twitter world:

Personally, I think the "person" of the year should be Indivisible. But that's just me. Leave your own nominations in the comments!

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