An investigation into the mental state of Donald Trump and the cognitive disconnection in the American public for electing morally sound leaders Dr. John Gartner is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Johns University Medical School, where he has taught for the past 28 years. He has private practices in Baltimore and Manhattan where he specializes in borderline personality and bipolar disorders and depression. His work has been published in numerous peer-reviewed and professional journals as well as the Washington Post, Chicago Sun Times, Baltimore Sun and others. His book "In Search of Bill Clinton: A Psychological Biography" was named by the American Library Association as one of the best books of 2008. Dr Gartner coined the term hypomanic to describe the synergy between mania and success that is familiar in many successful people. He graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University, a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Massachusetts and completed post-doctoral training at New York Hospital Cornell Medical School. More recently Dr. Gartner has been investigating the psychological state of Donald Trump and has spearheaded efforts to warn officials and the public about the presidents severe personality disorders that will endanger the nation if he is not removed from office. He is a co-founder of a new organization, Duty to Warn, comprised of mental health professionals who feel the ethical responsibility to warn the public about the dangers posed by Trump's mental health state.