Yesterday Donald Trump came in second to Ted Cruz in the Iowa Caucuses. The video above features the speech he gave afterward - and while it wasn't a concession speech, it does certainly contain elements of emotion consistent with losing.
This short speech is loaded with nonverbal tells, yet one segment is particularly worthy of scrutiny. Many have noted the phrase beginning at 2:47, "... I think I might come here and buy a farm ..." and have labeled it a Freudian Slip.
Secondary thought-emotion of Disgust
Both displayed during Trump speaking the word "... think ..."
farm ...", Trump manifests these same thought-emotions only with emphases in the reverse order.
Primary emotion of Disgust and his secondary emotion is that of Anger
Trump's display of both anger and disgust during this verbal overture-praise for the people of Iowa betrays his true feelings indicative of his profound insincerity.
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