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    EXTJ

    Show a mask of sensitiv

    My teeth make me in pain help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roslyn View Post
    Probably a fucked up ESTP. Saw a weakness in the system and made a play for it. There wasn't a long term plan to get into office. Just an opportunity. Most ESTP's are good at spotting a weakness/flaw in a person/machine/system and taking full advantage of it. The GOP were too busy sabotaging other candidates. He wouldn't have had a chance at running in the first place if that flaw hadn't been waiting. We're nothing if not opportunists and operate more tactically than strategically. He had help with the strategy.
    Agreed

    He also knew when not to run as well. He was previously approached and declined to run prior. He knew It was not a win at that time. He picked a very opportune time

  3. #13

    I was thinking about why it's important to debunk the idea that he's a Perceiver. I don't think Perceivers are more inherently skilled at things than Judgers in general. Maybe slightly in some things on average while Judgers are slightly better at other things on average. But Trump has built a fake image of himself as this wheeler and dealer type businessman who can make "deals" happen as if by magic. I don't think there is anyone that can do this. But Trump has essentially sold himself as a superhero with the superpower of impromptu deal-making and decision-making. But that's all it is - it's a sales pitch, deceptive self-marketing at the most basic level, where he sells himself as a Perceiver.

    What he actually does is stage things to make it look this way. The guy's a general moron but one thing he has been successful at doing is making this pitch that he can walk into a room and make things happen in a way that other people can't. Yet how it works in reality is he either:
    • Knows how something is going to end and plans for it to end that way, while making it look like he made it happen with his deal-making superpower
    • Sets a goal ahead of time, and gets his loyal minions scrambling to make it happen, ready to swoop in and act like he's the one who made it happen in the first place, again through his superpower


    To see people type him as ESTP generally indicates that they've bought into the deceptive charade that he has this superpower. Because once you see that he is not a late decider who keeps things open for improvisation, I believe it becomes obvious what he actually is: an ESTJ.

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  5. #14
    INFP - The Idealists

    I think he's clearly ENTJ. He's a Te-dom because he focuses on achievements (real or fake). He brags about his achievements and attacks others for their lack of achievements or for achieving bad things. He's definitely not an ESTJ because he doesn't do things by the book, he rejects tradition and he doesn't even like to prepare speeches, because of his Ni he feels he only needs to know the broad lines and he'll figure out the rest as he goes. ESTJs have big egos but they don't reach this level of megalomaniac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Balistik View Post
    I think he's clearly ENTJ. He's a Te-dom because he focuses on achievements (real or fake). He brags about his achievements and attacks others for their lack of achievements or for achieving bad things. He's definitely not an ESTJ because he doesn't do things by the book, he rejects tradition and he doesn't even like to prepare speeches, because of his Ni he feels he only needs to know the broad lines and he'll figure out the rest as he goes. ESTJs have big egos but they don't reach this level of megalomaniac.
    That more often enneagram based than just type though

  7. #16
    INTP - The Thinkers

    I think ESTP because he's so "pragmatic" (which is SP or NT). ENTJ could be possible, because that's the "pure Choleric" who can undertake any behavior (and look like other types) to achieve goals. But he doesn't seem like an N; just someone who's primary ego drive is exploiting opportunities in the tangible world (Se) and doesn't seem to be a "big picture" thinker. He's purely "in the moment" (including his reaction to things; like in Twitter, etc.), and also, not "structure-focused" (NT, SJ). So "unhealthy" ESTP "Choleric-Sanguine" seems like it.
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  8. #17
    Unknown

    I usually do not bother with celebrities, but he seems like EXFP type 3 to me.

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    I always thought he was an ESTP, but arguments made for ENTJ could be correct.

  10. #19
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    Pe dom. Probably F over T.


     
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