Psychologists march through NY to call for Trump's removal

A group of psychologists and mental health professionals on Saturday marched through New York calling for President Trump to be removed from office.

The group - which included more than 100 psychologists and mental health professionals - are pushing for Trump to be ousted from his post, according to The New York Post.

"We can sense the power of Trump's underlying fear that he is worthless and weak by how intensely he resists and retaliated against any criticism," said Harry Segal, a Cornell University psychologist.

"No matter how minor, he can't let anything go."

Michelle Golland, a clinical psychologist, told The New York Post the country is "suffering from his narcissistic personality."

"He has no empathy. You can feel it, the way he spoke about the San Juan mayor," she said. "She has PTSD and our president mistreats her. She is re-victimized. That is a narcissist."

The march was organized by the Duty to Warn PAC, a group of psychologists that believes Trump has a malignant narcissism, according to Newsweek.

The group plans to hold marches across the country to send a message about Trump, warning that he could start a nuclear war.