Larry Lindsey, who served as National Economic Council director under President George W. Bush, told House and committee Republican leadership Tuesday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpPapadopoulos on AG's new powers: 'Trump is now on the offense' Pelosi uses Trump to her advantage Mike Pence delivers West Point commencement address MORE is a “10-out-of-10 narcissist,” according to Politico.

Lindsey, who had been invited by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin Owen McCarthyRepublicans spend more than million at Trump properties The Hill's 12:30 Report: Pelosi fires back in feud with Trump The Hill's Morning Report - Trump says no legislation until Dems end probes MORE (R-Calif.) told the GOP leaders he considered the president a “total narcissist” whose mother did not pay him adequate attention, according to Politico. Lindsey claimed to have enlisted two psychiatrists to diagnose Trump.

Lindsey also said Trump has no capacity to think ahead or long-term plans, saying the president had the long-term decision-making skills of “an empty chair,” according to Politico, citing people in both meetings. However, Lindsey said he supported Trump’s China policy and said some of the president’s personal traits could result in a deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping. He echoed Trump’s rhetoric on the ongoing trade war with China, saying the U.S. is in a stronger position than China and cannot be perceived as backing down.

George ConwayGeorge Thomas ConwayGeorge Conway: Pelosi is playing Trump 'like a drum' George Conway contrasts Trump denying 'cover-ups' with check to Michael Cohen George Conway on Trump: Why not put up sign saying 'I am a loony tune' MORE, the husband of Counselor to the President Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayGeorge Conway: Pelosi is playing Trump 'like a drum' Schumer: Trump was 'agitated' during White House infrastructure meeting Trump, Pelosi exchange insults as feud intensifies MORE, highlighted the quotes on Twitter, writing “Truer words never spoken. That inability to plan ahead, that impulsivity, is part and parcel of Trump’s sociopathy.”



Conway is a frequent critic of Trump and his lambasting of the president has often veered into assessments of his mental state, which prompted Conway’s wife to make a rare public break with him earlier this year. “Don't play psychiatrist any more than George should be,” Kellyanne Conway told Politico in March. “You're not a psychiatrist and he's not, respectfully.”