Donald Trump functions in a very different way than most politicians. The 45th president was coddled throughout his entire life and it wasn’t very often that he faced consequences for his actions.
So far, 516 people have been arrested for taking part in the January 6th insurrection on the Capitol. They won’t be alone. Attorney General Merrick Garland recently said that more arrests are to come.
Donald Trump is slowly coming to the realization that he will not be the president come February. He will only retain the power of the White House for the next couple of weeks.
And he certainly exercised that power on Tuesday night. Trump not only pardoned war criminals, he also gave former GOP lawmakers a free pass. Ex Congressman Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins were given a reprieve by the president.
Donald Trump has entered the very end stages of his 2020 campaign. And the numbers don’t look good. It is incredibly important for the Republican to reach outside to voters who are outside of his base.
Peter Navarro doubled down on criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci on Wednesday during a contentious interview on CNN. He also defended the use of an unproven Coronavirus drug.
The White House economic adviser repeatedly clashed with CNN’s John Berman on issues like Fauci, hydroxychloroquine and even the pointlessness of their conversation.
Former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos was on CNN’s “New Day” show on Wednesday and claimed that he was “horrified” after being told by an alleged Russian agent that the Russian government had obtained emails that would damage Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Then he got yelled at by his host.
The Obama Bombshell video has done nothing but discredit the peddlers on the Right on multiple levels. Their days of ACORNing their opponents are numbered.