Today, a new prescription drug was launched to address a new market that has emerged since Donald Trump won the U.S. Presidency. Since Mr. Trump’s inauguration as U.S. president, some U.S. citizens are experiencing major health crises. Time has reported that “calls to crisis support lines have gone up significantly” since the election.
Medical experts have diagnosed the symptoms. They call the disease vector Trump Induced Anxiety Disorder, or TIAD.
Many drug companies sensing opportunities have been working on this new disease which is a serious healthcare problem. Until today, no solution exists for TIAD..Trumpater provides immunity and guards the security of the minds of Americans when consumed in the right dose as presented by the drug maker.
Symptoms of TIAD
The major symptoms are feeling of hopelessness, exhibiting bouts of sudden rage or regularly arguing with friends and family. You may also experience subdued feelings when you meet nationals from Britain, Canada and Germany. You keep comparing your president with leaders of other OECD countries.
It has been established that some of Mr. Trump’s executive actions and his gyrating press conferences are the factors triggering these anxieties in Americans. Medical doctors are yet to diagnose this problem in non-Americans.
In a study in Texas, there is a small cohort of Mexican immigrants who are experiencing TIAD. However, majority of sufferers are Americans.
Triggers of TIAD
The following are some major triggers of TIAD:
- Trump’s tweets that make Americans look stupid before the world
- Press conference performances so bad that circuits inside cameras get hot after recording Trump
- Executive order aimed at “reorganizing the executive branch” and intended to “make it less wasteful and more productive.”
- Revised executive order of the extreme vetting and travel ban the administration rolled out on Jan. 27, 2017.
- An executive order that reviews the Waters of the U.S. Rule and Clean Water Act of 1972
- An executive order that establishes regulatory reform officers to implement regulatory policies and cut those that unduly burden businesses
- An order that changes the order of succession in the Department of Justice, it lays out who takes over if the attorney general dies, resigns or is incapable of ably performing the job.
- A series of interrelated orders that focus on crime and violence against police officers.
- An order directing the Secretary of the Treasury to review the 2010 Dodd-Frank Regulatory Law.
- An executive order that expands regulatory review and aims to cut two existing regulations for each new regulation proposed.
- An executive order that strengthens restrictions on lobbying. Employees of the executive branch, including those now in the White House, are barred from lobbying the agency where they worked for five years.
- Calls for extreme vetting of refugees from “terrorist countries” who are attempting to seek asylum in the United States.
- A directive for the Secretary of Homeland Security to prioritize particular undocumented immigrants (including those with criminal convictions and those who have only been charged) for deportation
- A directive for the Secretary of Homeland Security to: begin the process of building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, find federal funding for such a project, create border detention centers, add 5,000 Border Patrol agents to the current work force, cease
- Expedites environmental reviews and approvals for “high priority infrastructure” projects.
- An order minimizing the economic burden of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act pending repeal.