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I have a bank of rotating stock questions I ask women that let me know how I should proceed with my game.

Over the weekend, a new explanation emerged: apparently, the President suffers from bathmophobia, the fear of stairs or slopes which he avoids wherever he can and if he can’t, then he seeks reassurance from whoever is closest to him.

This is an acknowledged condition and just one of hundreds of medically-recognised niche phobias: from a fear of buttons or gnomes, to an aversion to ‘long words’ and the number 13, there’s a phobia to suit all.

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Adweek magazine claims Burger King France is promoting a Whopper toothpaste.

No wonder he prefers Trump Tower in New York, with its gold-leaf lift, to the White House.

People who suffer from barophobia are terrified about the effects of gravity on themselves, rather than the world around them.

The May/June issue of American Songwriter is now available for digital download HERE. , John makes an in-studio visit to The Bob and Tom Show, a popular Indiana-based morning radio program on May 5, 2017.

There are more phobias attached to stairs than there were spectators cheering Donald Trump at his inauguration.

While the President’s affliction, bathmophobia, is all about the steps themselves, descendophobia is a fear of moving downwards, be it a slope, staircase or lift.

There is also ascendophobia, a fear of moving upwards.

According to a source close to the President, Mr Trump particularly dislikes staircases and the ‘biggest nightmare’ of all for the self-confessed germophobe are stairs with a dirty handrail.

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