After scores of Muslims were murdered in a terrorist attack in New Zealand, Donald Trump mindlessly tweeted out a link to the anti-Muslim Breitbart News website. There was no other comment in the tweet, nor was there an explanation for why the president tweeted the link to Breitbart, a news organization formerly run by Trump adviser Steve Bannon.
In a desperate plea for help in the upcoming midterm elections President Donald Trump late Saturday used some of his most inflammatory and excessive rhetoric to date. He said that Democrats have become “too extreme and too dangerous to govern.”
Ever since it was announced that the FBI would do a further investigation of Brett Kavanaugh it has been difficult to figure out the exact scope of that investigation. And the events that unfolded last night made the situation even more confusing.
There was a short tweet by the president, and a long tweet by his attorney. Both tweets had the same goal: to try to get people’s minds off of Donald Trump’s legal problems. But they were doomed to failure, and smacked of desperation. We don’t know if these two septuagenarians are ignorant, foolish or senile, but it doesn’t matter. What they are doing won’t work.
Trump managed to jam at least three conspiracy theories into a single tweet as he tantrumed about the Russia scandal and showed why his Supreme Court nominee must be rejected.
Trump spun off into a jealous rage because he thinks that America should love him like they love Obama, but the American people will never love Trump.
Twitter is on fire this morning after President Donald Trump sent out a tweet at 5:25 a.m. saying he has the “absolute right” to pardon himself. He said his position is supported by “numerous legal scholars,” but none of them can be found, and if they do exist they are keeping quiet.
Trump responded to the Amtrak Washington train derailment with a tweet calling for more infrastructure spending. The problem is that Trump's own budget slashes funding for Amtrak.