DEMENTIA, IGNORANCE AND NARCISSISSM



EL PRESIDENTE DEMENTE 

DESTRUCTION OF THE US, and the WORLD STAGE BY AN INCOMPETENT
 DESTABILIZED MORON UNCHALLENGED BY ANY MEMBER OF THE GOP
CONGRESS AND IT STARTED THE DAY HE TOOK THE OATH


Justin a Frank, MD 2018 —  It was April 26, 2018, the day that White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson withdrew as Trump’s surprise nominee for Secretary of Veterans Affairs following allegations of improper professional conduct. From the privacy of his White House retreat, T-RUMP called into the show, and for nearly 30 minutes delivered a rambling monologue, weighing in on topics from Jackson’s announcement to Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels, James Comey, and Kanye West.

This half-hour revealed how destabilized the president can become and showed many of the disturbing patterns seen elsewhere in Trump’s actions and writing. Three of the most striking were his deep-seated feelings of victimhood, repeating himself, and difficulty answering questions or staying on point.

 He remarked, for example, that he had made NBC “a fortune.” He then went on to say, “You would think these guys would treat me great” before repeating “I made them a fortune.” And then he said, “They treat me falsely.” His disbelief was palpable.

In most situations, Trump’s impulse is to blame others for the problems he encounters. On “Fox & Friends,” he blamed the Democrats. His tendency to view the “other” as bad, dirty, or destructive was illustrated here by his rants against James Comey, CNN, and Robert Mueller.

A worrisome escalation of Trump’s cognitive limitations was heard in his inability to follow the thread of a conversation, as when he jumped from getting a card for Melania’s birthday to talking about Macron’s wife to talking about Iran — all in a span of three sentences. He said things that just don’t make sense, like there is “a horrible group of deep-seated people” out to get him.

The paranoid portrayal of himself as victim continued in a similar manner. “It’s a witch hunt,” Trump said, “and they know that. … I would give myself an A-plus. Nobody has done what I’ve been able to do and I did it despite the fact that I have a phony cloud over my head that doesn’t exist.”

Also on display was the now-familiar disconnect between Trump’s language, meaning, and the truth, most conspicuously when he contradicted himself while railing against his perceived enemies on “fake news” networks: “I don’t watch them at all. I watched last night.”

What troubled me even more was the acceleration of Trump’s anger, which threatened at times to escape his control and explode into full-throated rage. The same destructive impulses to which he gives free expression from the rally podium sounded out of control when coming from an isolated, disembodied voice over the phone.

The show’s three hosts, Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade, and Steve Doocy, kept trying to change the topic in an apparent attempt to distract the president from erupting into full-blown chaos. Without their knowing it, they were unconsciously attempting to serve as the human equivalent of The Wall, the psychic skin that Trump’s disordered personality relies upon to keep him from falling apart entirely. 

But the “Fox & Friends” hosts’ calm had the opposite effect. After their attempts to contain him continued to fail, they ended the conversation just as he was revving up for another round of invective against Comey, the FBI, and the Clinton Foundation.

Moments before ending the “conversation,” Kilmeade interrupted Trump’s tirade against the “council of seven people” on CNN of which “every one is against me.” Kilmeade suggested, “I’m not your doctor, Mr. President, but I would, I would recommend you watch less of them.”

It’s clear from the transcript of the episode that Trump was incapable that morning of simultaneously appearing on the show and listening closely to what was being said. If Kilmeade had said something comparable to another guest while T-RUMP was watching, it’s easy to imagine what Trump’s take on it would have been: 

He would have seen the fact that the host was so exasperated by the guest’s volatile mental state that he introduced the notion of how a doctor might address it as a confirmation of the guest’s instability. The tweet would have been “Loser.” Instead, the president didn’t acknowledge the suggestion that he could use a doctor to help him maintain his mental stability.

Questions about Trump’s mental health and the possible need for treatment have been topics for public discussion that predate his presidency, and they will continue after it is over. Much of the initial discussion came from the political left, then expanded into what remains of the center. But if that discussion is now reverberating in the pro-Trump, conservative media echo chamber exemplified by “Fox & Friends,” it has reached an entirely new level. If Fox News is suggesting that the president’s moods could benefit from medical attention, there’s no telling who is next.

The president’s performance on Fox & Friends struck me and many viewers as one of a frighteningly unhinged individual. It supported my conclusions from hundreds of hours of analysis that Trump is mentally unfit in ways that make him psychologically unsuited for the presidency. I would have written the book in all caps if I thought that would have better conveyed the sense of urgency with which it should be read.

The work of assessing the president’s mental health certainly won’t end here. The goal of my analysis was never to diagnose Trump, but to observe, comprehend, and provide some context to help educated readers understand some characteristics of the president’s behavior.

But beware: Simply becoming an educated reader can be seen as an act of defiance against a president who audaciously proclaimed on the campaign trail, “I love the poorly educated.” Education can put one at odds with Trump’s supporters as well:  Poorly educated voters returned Trump’s love, awarding him victories in 43 of the nation’s 50 least-educated counties in 2016 (and only 10 of the 50 most educated). Trump’s pathology flourishes when unchallenged by awareness or insight. Information is power, but it is also a responsibility.


Truth And Cons-Sequences Leaked Out About T-RUMPS Phone Calls…
(CNN)   In hundreds of highly classified phone calls with foreign heads of state, President Donald T-RUMP was so consistently unprepared for discussion of serious issues, so often outplayed in his conversations with powerful leaders like Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Erdogan, and so abusive to leaders of America's principal allies, that the calls helped convince some senior US officials -- including his former secretaries of state and defense, two national security advisers and his longest-serving chief of staff -- that the President himself posed a danger to the national security of the United States, according to White House and intelligence officials intimately familiar with the contents of the conversations. 

The calls caused former top Trump deputies -- including national security advisers H.R. McMaster and John Bolton, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and White House chief of staff John Kelly, as well as intelligence officials — to conclude that the President was often "delusional," as two sources put it, in his dealings with foreign leaders. 

The sources said there was little evidence that the President became more skillful or competent in his telephone conversations with most heads of state over time. Rather, he continued to believe that he could either charm, jawbone or bully almost any foreign leader into capitulating to his will, and often pursued goals more attuned to his own agenda than what many of his senior advisers considered the national interest.


Congress Demands Answers-T-RUMP Administration On Russia Bounties

These officials' concerns about the calls, and particularly Trump's deference to Putin, take on new resonance with reports the President may have learned in March that Russia had offered the Taliban bounties to kill US troops in Afghanistan -- and yet took no action. CNN’s sources said there were calls between Putin and Trump about Trump's desire to end the American military presence in Afghanistan but they mentioned no discussion of the supposed Taliban bounties. 

Barr, the presidents personal Department of Justice and Revenge says the bribes were a hoax…boy we sure do get a lot of hoax’s from this administration. His day is here now under Congressional investigation…

By far the greatest number of Trump’s telephone discussions with an individual head of state were with Erdogan, who sometimes phoned the White House at least twice a week and was put through directly to the President on standing orders from Trump, according to the sources. 

Meanwhile, the President regularly bullied and demeaned the leaders of America’s principal allies, especially two women: telling Prime Minister Theresa May of the United Kingdom she was weak and lacked courage; and telling German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she was "stupid."

One person familiar with almost all the conversations with the leaders of Russia, Turkey, Canada, Australia and western Europe described the calls cumulatively as ‘  Abominations’ so grievous to US national security interests that if members of Congress heard from witnesses to the actual conversations or read the texts and contemporaneous notes, even many senior Republican members would no longer be able to retain confidence in the President.


Doo Doo Reply From Author Sarah Mathews

👑  After publication, White House deputy press secretary Sarah Matthews said, “ President Trump is a world class negotiator who has consistently furthered America's interests on the world stage. From negotiating the phase one China deal and defeating ISIS, President T-RUMP has shown his ability to advance America’s strategic interests.


👺Dear Sarah, Here is the friggen truth, I will be kind…I hate white house lies and bullsh*t from the numb-nuts who are his press corps.  Sarah, I hope you were coerced into writing this sh*t because it is all lies, maybe reading all the so-called fake news by the real press would educate you, about a simple thing called truth, this sounds like brain-washing. 

  • One China deal is dead and we are in a verbal and military buildup war with China and no trade agreements.

  • USMCA to NATO allies contributing more money, his approach has made more enemies than friends and in return our leader gave the enemy Putin the Crimea, Russian Naval bases in the Black sea, Syria, no aid for Ukraine and the list goes on.  Must be interest on his loans…. We are no longer believed in as a partner as long as he is alive…

  • No more love letters from Kim Jung Un, “ Squarehead” KIM is happy, T-RUMP bought him time to create a huge nuclear arsenal now and the means to deliver it. Now his ego is world leader talk… more lies…

  • Please edit the defeat of ISIS, they are alive, well and killing and now… his treaty with the Taliban…oops

  • His moves in Afghanistan have blown up and US personal attacked, more bullsh*t… 

  • “President T-RUMP has shown his ability to advance America’s strategic interests”,  the problem is he never got the cart out of reverse, he has fucked up everything he has touched with his lips…we have serious international problems and his administration with Pompeo at the rudder will steer us up the creek.

  • His obvious and oblivious handling of the COVID-19 with cooperation with our allies and countries overseas is the worst frickin disaster in the history of the world besides the World Wars and police Actions.

🇩🇪 But his most vicious attacks, said the sources, were aimed at women heads of state. In conversations with both May and Merkel, the President demeaned and denigrated them in diatribes described as “ near-sadistic" by one of the sources and confirmed by others. 

"Some of the things he said to Angela Merkel are just unbelievable: he called her 'stupid,' and accused her of being in the pocket of the Russians ... He’s toughest in the phone calls with those he looks at as weaklings and weakest with the ones he ought to be tough with.” just like a third grade bully and coward that he is…Thats all he knows, after the third grade Dads money took over…

🇬🇧 Trump’s conversations with May, the UK Prime Minister from 2016 to 2019, were described as "humiliating and bullying," with Trump attacking her as "a fool" and spineless in her approach to Brexit, NATO and immigration matters. 

"He'd get agitated about something with Theresa May, then he'd get nasty with her on the phone call," One source said. "It's the same interaction in every setting -- coronavirus or Brexit -- with just no filter applied."

In his phone exchanges with Putin, the sources reported, the President talked mostly about himself, frequently in over-the-top, self-aggrandizing terms: touting his “ unprecedented” success in building the US economy; asserting in derisive language how much smarter and “ stronger” he is than “ he imbeciles” and "weaklings" who came before him in the presidency (especially Obama); reveling in his experience running the Miss Universe Pageant in Moscow, and obsequiously courting Putin's admiration and approval...  ( We call that Blowjob Diplomacy) 

Putin "just outplays" him, said a high-level administration official -- comparing the Russian leader to a chess grandmaster and Trump to an occasional player of checkers. While Putin "destabilizes the West," said this source, the President of the United States "sits there and thinks he can build himself up enough as a businessman and tough guy that Putin will respect him." (At times, the Putin-Trump conversations sounded like "two guys in a steam bath," a source added.) 

In separate interviews, two high-level administration officials familiar with most of the T-RUMP Putin calls said the President naively elevated Russia — a second-rate totalitarian state with less than 4% of the world's GDP -- and its authoritarian leader almost to parity with the United States and its President by undermining the tougher, more realistic view of Russia expressed by the US Congress, American intelligence agencies and the long-standing post-war policy consensus of the US and its European allies.

" Trump gives away the advantage that was hard won in the Cold War," said one of the officials -- in part by "giving Putin and Russia a legitimacy they never had," the official said. "He's given Russia a lifeline -- because there is no doubt that they're a declining power ... He’s playing with something he doesn’t understand and he's giving them power that they would use aggressively."    Eg. Syria, potentially Ukraine, Crimea, Black Sea ports etc…done deal

Both officials cited Trump's decision to pull US troops out of Syria -- a move that benefited Turkey as well as Russia -- as perhaps the most grievous example. "He gave away the store," one of them said. 

  The frequency of the calls with Erdogan -- in which the Turkish president continually pressed Trump for policy concessions and other favors -- was especially worrisome to McMaster, Bolton and Kelly, the more so because of the ease with which Erdogan bypassed normal National Security Council protocols and procedures to reach the President, said two of the sources.   President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan take part in a White House press conference in November 2019.

Erdogan became so adept at knowing when to reach the President directly that some White House aides became convinced that Turkey's security services in Washington were using Trump's schedule and whereabouts to provide Erdogan with information about when the President would be available for a call.

On some occasions Erdogan reached him on the golf course and Trump would delay play while the two spoke at length.

Two sources described the President as woefully uninformed about the history of the Syrian conflict and the Middle East generally, and said he was often caught off guard, and lacked sufficient knowledge to engage on equal terms in nuanced policy discussion with Erdogan. "Erdogan took him to the cleaners," said one of the sources. 

The sources said that deleterious US policy decisions on Syria -- including the President's directive to pull US forces out of the country, which then allowed Turkey to attack Kurds who had helped the US fight ISIS and weakened NATO's role in the conflict -- were directly linked to Erdogan's ability to get his way with Trump on the phone calls.

Trump occasionally became angry at Erdogan -- sometimes because of demands that Turkey be granted preferential trade status, and because the Turkish leader would not release an imprisoned American evangelical pastor, Andrew Brunson, accused of 'aiding terrorism' in the 2016 coup that attempted to overthrow Erdogan. Brunson was eventually released in October 2018. 

Bolton wrote in his book that in December 2018, at Erdogan's urging, Trump offered to interfere in an investigation by then-US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman into the Turkish bank, which was accused of violating US sanctions on Iran. 

In one of the earliest calls between Putin and Trump, the President's son-in-law Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were in the room to listen — joining McMaster, Tillerson, Hill, and a State Department aide to Tillerson.

"The call was all over the place," said an NSC deputy who read a detailed summary of the conversation -- with Putin speaking substantively and at length, and Trump propping himself up in short autobiographical bursts of bragging, self-congratulation and flattery toward Putin.    

The Kushners were also present for other important calls with foreign leaders and made their primacy apparent, encouraged by the President even on matters of foreign policy in which his daughter and her husband had no experience. Almost never, according to CNN's sources, would Trump read the briefing materials prepared for him by the CIA and NSC staff in advance of his calls with heads of state.

In numerous calls with the leaders of the UK, France, Germany, Australia and Canada -- America's closest allies of the past 75 years, the whole postwar era -- Trump typically established a grievance almost as a default or leitmotif of the conversation, whatever the supposed agenda, according to those sources. 

"Everything was always personalized, with everybody doing terrible things to rip us off — which meant ripping 'me' — Trump — off. He couldn't -- or wouldn't -- see or focus on the larger picture," said one US official.


Editors Opinions Based On Commentary From Others
For more than a three years now, almost four, I’ve been hearing from people in the inner circles of official Washington – GOP lobbyists, Republican pundits, even a few Republican members of Congress – that Donald T-RUMP is remarkably stupid.  

Wow, Holy Crap Batman, Coals to Newcastle, Beer to Football games, Hookers to Vegas… they just found all this out?  What a frickin discovery…this is news…biggly… ( such a stupid word by T-RUMP “ Biggly” it’s in spell-checkers now…)


How revealing, what great genius it took to surmise Captain Bone Spurs was stupid.
I have to  disagree, as far as corruption, playing people, cheating, and lying goes he is a genius.  Otherwise my belief is he is not a Rhodes Scholar, he is self contained and adorned, due to incapability of shade of compassion or love, poorly educated by Dads money not learning,  a draft dodger by Dads influence, and mentally a really sick individual totally insecure.

I figured they couldn’t be right because you can’t really be stupid and  become President of the United States. But what I had not taken into consideration how  the voters were… sometimes they can surprise you with an overdose of frickin ignorance and susceptibility.  It takes stupid voters to vote for stupid candidates, and voters take the easy way out for their problems with votes for who promises them the easy way out which he did.

  • When he was Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called T-RUMP a “ Frickin moron”.   
  • Journalist Michael Wolff wrote a book called “Fire and Fury,”  and interviewed more than 200 people who dealt with T-RUMP as a candidate and president, including senior White House staff members. Here are comments…
  • In it, National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster calls T-RUMP a “dope.” 
  • Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin referred to him as an idiot and was kept on…
  • Former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus refer to him as an “idiot.”  ( idiot is popular) 
  • Rupert Murdoch also said T-RUMP is a “f—king idiot.”
  • Trump’s chief economic adviser Gary Cohn describes T-RUMP as “ dumb as sh-t,” explaining that “T-RUMP won’t read anything — not one-page memos, not the brief policy papers; nothing. 
  • When one of Trump’s campaign aides tried to educate him about the Constitution, Trump couldn’t focus. “I got as far as the Fourth Amendment,” the aide recalled, “before his finger is pulling down on his lip and his eyes are rolling back in his head.”
  • Trump doesn’t think he’s stupid, of course. As he recounted, “I went to an Ivy League college … I did very well. I’m a very intelligent person.”   Yet Trump wasn’t exactly an academic star.  One of his professors at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and Finance purportedly said that he was “the dumbest goddamn student I ever had.”  No one is supposed to know of the Donations by daddy to the school, thats a secret.
  • ED:  I simply see him as the biggest scumbag that ever stepped foot on the WhiteHouse lawn.


Let’s Start With The Basics
FIRST  —   Narcissistic  personalities like T-RUMP harbor sky-scraping delusions about their own capabilities. They exaggerate their accomplishments, focus obsessively on projecting power, and wish desperately to win.

What that means, during this pandemic: Trump says we’ve got plenty of tests available, when we don’t. He declares that Google is building a comprehensive drive-thru testing website, when it isn’t. He sends a Navy hospital ship to New York and it proves little more than an excuse for a campaign commercial, arriving and sitting almost empty in the Hudson. A New York hospital executive calls it a joke.  But it’s a big photo-op for the schmuck.

SECOND  —  The grandiosity of narcissist personalities belies an extreme fragility, their egos as delicate as foam. They live in terror of being upstaged. They’re too thin skinned to be told they’re wrong.

What that means, during this pandemic: Narcissistic leaders never have, as Trump likes to say, the best people. They have galleries of sycophants. With the exceptions of Drs. Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx, Trump has surrounded himself with a Z-team of dangerously inexperienced toadies and flunkies — the bargain-bin rejects from Filene’s Basement — at a time when we require the brightest and most imaginative minds in the country.

Faced with a historic public health crisis, Trump could have assembled a first-rate company of disaster preparedness experts. Instead he gave the job to his son-in-law, a man-child of breathtaking vapidity. Faced with a historic economic crisis, Trump could have assembled a team of Nobel-prize winning economists or previous treasury secretaries. Instead he talks to Larry Kudlow, a former CNBC host and frickin moron whose statements are not exactly going his way… He has been wrong so many times the might put a gag order on his toilet seat as the sh*t comes out faster that way….

Meanwhile, Fauci and Birx measure every word they say like old-time apothecaries, hoping not to humiliate the narcissist — never humiliate a narcissist — while discreetly correcting his false hopes and falsehoods. They are desperately attempting to create a safe space for our president, when the president should be creating a safer nation for all of us.

THIRD  —  Narcissistic personalities love nothing more than engineering conflict and sowing division. It destabilizes everyone, keeps them in control.  
What that means, during this pandemic: Trump is pitting state against state for precious resources, rather than coordinating a national response. (“It’s like being on eBay,” complained Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York last week.) His White House is a petty palace of competing power centers. He picks fights with Democratic officials and members of the press, when all the public craves is comfort.   Narcissistic personalities don’t do comfort. They cannot fathom the needs of other hearts.

FOURTH  —  Narcissistic personalities are vindictive. On a clear day, you can see their grudges forever.   What that means, during this pandemic: Trump is playing favorites with governors who praise him and punishing those who fail to give him the respect he believes he deserves. “If they don’t treat you right, don’t call,” he told Vice President Mike Pence.

His grudge match with New York is now especially lethal. When asked on Friday whether New York will have enough ventilators, Trump bluntly answered “No,” and then blamed the state.

Narcissistic Personalities Are Weak…Very weak…
What that means, during this pandemic: T-RUMP is genuinely afraid to lead.  A fear of failure.  He can’t bring himself to make robust use of the Defense Production Act, because the buck would stop with him. (To this day, he insists states should be acquiring their own ventilators.) When asked about delays in testing, he said, “I don’t take responsibility at all.” During Friday’s news conference, he added the tests “we inherited were “broken, were obsolete,” when this form of coronavirus didn’t even exist under his predecessor.

This sounds an awful lot like one of the three sentences that Homer Simpson swears will get you through life: “It was like that when I got here.”   Most people, even the most hotheaded and difficult ones, have enough space in their souls to set aside their anger in times of crisis. Think of Rudolph Giuliani during Sept. 11. Think of Andrew Cuomo now.

But every aspect of Trump’s crisis management has been annexed by his psychopathology. As Americans die, he boasts about his television ratings. As Americans die, he crows that he’s No. 1 on Facebook, which isn’t close to true. On the other hand he could be the most hated on facebook after his plastic followers.

But it is true that all eyes are on him. He’s got a captive audience, an attention-addict’s dream come to life. It’s just that he, like all narcissistic personalities, has no clue how disgracefully — how shamefully, how deplorably — he’ll be enshrined in memory. It will be a legacy of death most people will want to forget.


We Simply See Him As A Mental Health Issue,  It’s True and That Is The Issue

He is Unfit To Serve And Thanks To You The Problem Is, You Are Also Guilty   You help spread his lies, so we see you as weak, ignorant, and greedy for supporting him for you are believing his place on this earth is for you.  Better for you to try kissing a Black Mamba or Western Diamondback Rattlesnake and if you support T-RUMP, even Jesus can’t help you and the outcome will be the same.

But, whats more important, his quest “ To end corruption and clean up the swamp”.  He did… He replaced the good Obama swamp with a bad cesspool of T-RUMP stooges, liars, crooks, imbeciles, and incompetents, losers… many of whom are in jail now, bad choices all around many based on their campaign contributions.  Pay T-RUMP for your job…What have we learned?  Simple you want to end corruption, look right in the mirror… if you voted for him you helped screw America.  That makes you as guilty as him…


  • He keeps going back to the past, the 2016 election, Hillary, Comey, Parades, phony audience counts and fake news about the people counted at the inauguration that he lied about and now believes his own lies.  And so forth.  Depressives dwell in the past and alternative realities. He thrives on blamesmanship.  He is so badly equipped mentally to handle current events, he repeats himself using the past.

  • He tells us of his great works, ( So far we can’t really find any)  is book is the American Version of Mein Kamph, something Hitler wrote while in confinement whereas he knows nothing of current events or what really happening today because he does not read, he watches FOX news who speak of his glorification. They are liars too, so they get along and the scumbirds who work there get great paychecks for tabloid news reporting.

  • He lies and they swear to it.  He claims to be the Chosen One.  TRUE, this week he was chosen and voted the biggest asshole in the world, chosen well above all others.  It wasn’t even a fair sh*t flinging, he diarhetically out-sh*t the competition…

  • He does not get good security briefings and really hasn’t got a clue about whats really happening. 

  • He relies on Sean Hannity and Lou Dobbs both of whom should have been boiled in oil long time ago, as both are just about anything bad I can think of but true T-RUMP-E-TERS, liars and scumbirders.

  • He talks about his great business epics.  Whereas when scrutinized were failures and bailouts to the tune of a billion dollars and he survived by bankruptcy, screwing all his partners and Daddy’s money he received 410 million, nice start for a “ self made man”.

  • HIS LOSSES WERE CLOSE TO A BILLION OVER TEN YEARS  —  That’s how much money Donald Trump’s businesses lost from 1985 to 1994, according to The New York Times. The newspaper learned the details about a decade’s worth of Trump’s tax records, which indicate that he lost more money than nearly any other individual US taxpayer during that time period.  Thats why he wanted them hidden.

  • His remarks are Junior or Middle school equivalent, he repeats a lot of simple words like great, bigly, terrific wonderful, really good job, and so forth when he is in a complimentary mode which is usually some ignorant cabinet flunky or staffer who got lucky that day.  

  • His lame cabinet — All unfit for the position they are in.  We call them placemats.   All supporting the fallacies and corrupt money-making modes Donald operates in.  The others don’t say much, and do nothing or pretend and screw things up.

  • When his remarks are usually a lie which he denies the next day and calls it Fake Media, thats why he can’t have  a real press conference since his short time statement ad hoc shooting from the hip, he can’t remember.  His mind in not on the subject it is on some form of hate or retaliation. 

Note:    All press folks carry small tape recorders to justify his absurd, hilarious and totally frickin stupid remarks so they cannot be questioned…

 

  • It will make very little difference as to whether T-RUMP is reelected in 2020 as it is the defining trait of his presidency and will be his lasting legacy on politics.  
                   HE HAS MADE THE BIG LIE ACCEPTABLE
  • On the first point, it's important to remember that Trump didn't win in 2016 because people thought he was honest and trustworthy.  Just 33% of voters said they believed him to be honest and trustworthy, according to exit polling, while 64% said he was not.
     
  • Most remarkably, 1 in 5 people who said T-RUMP wasn’t honest or trustworthy voted for him anyway.  They voted out of hate for the incompetency of the Federal Government and so-called corruption which was nothing more than greed , money, power, caused by a systemic methodology of doing business by corrupt politicians like McConnell and others. 
      
  • Generally that fits in the category of blooming idiot syndrome. Instead of eliminating a few scumbags, you replaced the government with T-RUMPS scumbags who are really, really from any planet in our solar system…URANUS

  • That will be the T-RUMP legacy — no matter whether he loses in 2020 or wins a second term. A legacy that not telling the truth is OK — as long as you get away with it.   Four Presidents lied to us about Viet  Nam.  Even today my intel tells me we are not getting the real story about Afghanistan.  That facts are fun things to play with.  That reality is in the eye of the beholder.  

  • It’s sad that there are no more Harry Truman’s.  He was strong, determined and honest. It took guts to use the bomb, it takes guts to be honest with the people, these are traits  Donald “Bone Spurs” T-RUMP is missing.  Bully’s act like that, most like T-RUMP are armchair warriors, cowards, not leaders.
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