Angry Donald Trump, Study Says People Who Frequently Curse Are More Honest Than Most Who Don’t

People Who Frequently Curse Are More Trustworthy Than Most Who Don’t, Says Study

A multinational team of psychologists report that people who use profanity frequently are more trustworthy than most who don’t. The team also cites the President-elect Donald Trump’s use of swear words in some of his speeches while campaigning in last year's US election as an example of vulgarity coming across as honesty.