Chronicling the misadventures of our minority-elect President’s alternate reality, alternative facts and the miscreants that comprise his administration so you don’t have to:
Trump catches hell for inviting a murderer to the White House – he does love his fellow dictators, using the presidency to enrich the fraudulent Trump family name, more fallout – and White House lies – over Trump’s fraudulent Obama wiretapping claims, Trump the smalltime crook, Trump gets mad at CNN for not airing his fake news ad, the incompetence of our minority-elect President and his administration, joking about war crimes based on a false flag fairy tale speaks volumes, to understand the fraud of the new Trumpcare repeal bill just follow the money, Trump’s lies about Flynn are about to get interesting, reasons Trump is so pissed off at Democrats over the budget revealed and much more.
Trump hit with backlash after inviting Philippine Leader Rodrigo Duterte to the White House article from AOL News. –
That Trump read ‘The Snake’ at his 100-day rally tells you all you need to know about his next 100 days article from CNN. –
Now if only we could get him to slither back under the rock he crawled out of…
Tomgram: Nomi Prins, All in the Family Trump article from Tom Dispatch. –
Fraudulently using the presidency to enrich themselves will not bode well for our minority-elect first family.
Think Trump is an authoritarian? Look at his actions, not his words article from The Guardian. –
Actions always speak louder than words, but few, if any – aside from himself – ever said he was smart:
“A wise psychoanalyst once told me, “Stop looking at what you’re saying, look at what you’re doing.” If only journalists applied the same rule to Donald Trump.
On Friday night, Trump complained that he was being stymied by “archaic rules” in the House of Representatives and the Senate and warned “maybe at some point we’re going to have to take those rules on.”
Aaron Blake, a journalist at The Washington Post, was quick to diagnose the statement:
Now Trump is talking about consolidating his power…Whether this is just him [Trump] blowing off steam or signaling what lies ahead, it’s significant. Because it suggests a president, yet again, who doesn’t agree with his own powers being limited or even questioned. Remember when senior policy adviser Stephen Miller declared “the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned?” This is more of that kind of attitude. He wants more power — and he wants it quickly. It’s not difficult to connect this to his past admiration for authoritarian leaders, and these comments are likely to give Democrats (and even some in the GOP establishment) plenty of heartburn. This is a demonstrated pattern for him, for all the reasons listed at the top of this post…”
THE CASE FOR IMPEACHMENT AT 100 DAYS article from Who What Why. –