Even the most signifcant correlation he pointed to, the Borderline at -5.9%, only seemed 'close' to a true significance. He qualified his statement by saying it was questionable if that could be considered a 'real' effect as opposed to an artifact of the test taking style.
Example of above: Would Jesus be considered a narcissist?
I know you're not being quite serious, but any saint or a holy person would have to be by definition someone with incredible compassion beyond our understanding. I think there are those kind of people walking on the Earth even at this moment, even if not as famous or significant as the big J. Narcs on the other hand almost seem to be lacking a soul or at least it's something very minuscule and pathetic.
Trump's followers know Trump, they want Trump, he is a manifestation of themselves. And they are an ongoing threat to Democracy. They need Dr. Grande to help them learn a little personal insight. They desperately need Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and there are millions of them with varying degrees of personality disorders. Grande could become rich and not have to worry about the nickels and dimes he picks up from his videos. A bit of sarcasm, he is a likable sincere guy, perhaps a little too serious as a therapist though. He needs to lighten up a bit.