the "snoflakes" are the only ones who point out that the Dumpster has no moral center and is a pathological liar. This is proven an its gonna kill us in the world.
Trump is certainly an impulsive speaker who tends to say what's on his mind at the moment, sometimes out of thoughtlesness, and possibly others out of an intuitive and strategic disregard for detail. Those can both be bad qualities in a leader who should ideally be more thoughtful and circumspect. There is indeed an element of deception in the latter, in the selective emphasis on elements of the issue at hand, but, in perhaps more refined forms, that is also a near universal element of leadership. JFK famously said " We do not choose to go to the moon because it's easy, but rather because it is hard." There was a point to saying that, and it did indeed stir the country in a beneficial way, but it was most certainly not the whole truth of the matter.
In contrast, Hillary Clinton was in truth much closer to the pathological liar you postulated above, in that thoughtful deception and distraction was a near constant element of almost everything she said, from rationalizing and excusing her own very obvious misdeeds, to outlining her (vague in the extreme) goals for her campaign. In the former she was attempting to evade accountability and in the latter merely pandering to her or her advissor's preconceived voter concerns, without offering any real detail on what specifically she would do.
To paraphrase Nancy Pelosi , we'll have to inaugriate Trump and watch him and his leadership team in action to find out more about what's really in him.
I believe your judgment is premature, and that there is a pronounced element of hysteria in much of the stuff we read and hear about this matter, much of it coming as it does from folks in power who failed to live up to their vague promises and who were surprised and unprepared when the public saw through their deceptions and failures..