11/6/14 The inevitable call came late on election night from Valerie Jarrett: Patient was showing the worst characteristics of someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder who has been rejected by those from whom he most yearns to have admiration. I entered the private apartment with Ms Jarrett to find patient curled up in a fetal position on the hideous brown sofa, thumb in his mouth, whimpering. Ms.Jarrett caught my eye and shrugged. I asked some standard questions to assess his mental state. Not good. "I am going to give you a mild dose of something to help you relax," I told him and injected one of his stringy buttocks with a shot of Ativan, a mild sedative. Ms Jarrett asked me to remain overnight so I would be available when patient addressed the media next morning. Dictated by S.H. Rink, MD.