Current Initiatives

  • National Press Club Event: Tuesday, May 1, 2018, from 9:00 -11:00 a.m.  As part of Mental Health Awareness month, authors of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President, will host a press event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to “relaunch” and reintroduce themselves to invited journalists as mental health experts available for comment or consultation.
  • Mr. Bill Moyers will interview Dr. Bandy Lee and Dr. Robert Jay Lifton at a Harper’s Magazine and Book Culture joint event in New York City in February 2018.
  • Mr. Bill Moyers will interview Dr. Bandy Lee and Dr. Robert Jay Lifton at a Harper’s Magazine and Book Culture joint event in New York City in February 2018.
  • Dr. Bandy Lee will testify before dozens of lawmakers at a policy dinner on Capitol Hill devoted to the topic of Donald Trump’s dangerousness in January 2018.
  • A former Assistant U.S. Attorney has arranged for Dr. Bandy Lee and Dr. James Gilligan to meet with eleven lawmakers and their staffs on Capitol Hill on December 6, 2017, to discuss the urgency of Donald Trump’s psychological deterioration.
  • Several members of the public are raising funds to deliver a copy of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump to every Senator and every House Representative, accompanied by constituent signed letters and hand delivered by Herd on the Hill, starting on December 5, 2017.
  • The #1 read item on the Times website as of December 1, 2017: Click here>>

Take Further Action

Are you a concerned citizen?

  1. Contact your Senators and Representative via email, phone call, or social media with your opinions on Donald Trump’s dangerousness and the need for immediate evaluation.  Ask them to read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump.
  2. Don’t know your members of Congress? Find them easily at these sites:
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  3. Ask your representative to support initiatives to evaluate a president under the provisions of the 25th Amendment.
  4. Find out when your members of Congress are holding local town halls and bring up the topic of the president’s mental health and your concerns.
  5. Write letters to the editor of your local newspapers and websites.
  6. Share this website on social media and encourage others to take action.
  7. Organize an event and invite the authors to come speak, or suggest your own action item.
  8. Visit and ask your own questions.
  9. Stay informed, stay positive, and stay involved!

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