When Trump declared his candidacy in June of 2015, he was apparently under a delusion. He believed that ‘president’ and ‘king’ were synonyms. He’s spending your tax dollars as if they were his own, and fails to accept the fact that he is a public servant, serving at the pleasure of the American people. “We put him in the White House, and we can take him out.”
Trump has been forced to constantly defend his ‘wild and crazy’ statements and accusations.
In an interview with Time magazine, Trump revealed his attitude about his illegitimate presidency.
“I’m a very instinctual person, but my instinct turns out to be right. Hey, look, in the meantime, I guess I can’t be doing so badly, because I’m president, and you’re not,” he told Time’s Washington bureau chief, Michael Scherer.
I have one thing to say; everyone makes mistakes, Donnie, and you’re America’s biggest mistake in history.
The caption on the cover of Time reads: “Is Truth Dead.” We know the answer, it is certainly dead in the White House and on the right side of Congress.
When questioning Trump about his fallacious claim that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, a claim which was debunked by all security agencies and members of both parties, he maintained his ridiculous allegation and attempted to divert the facts.
“When I said wiretapping, it was in quotes. Because a wiretapping is, you know, today it is different than wire tapping. It is just a good description. But wiretapping was in quotes. What I’m talking about is surveillance,” Trump told Time.
Devin Nunes is the Chairman of the committee investigating Trump’s connection with Vladimir Putin; he is a Republican. After meeting with Trump yesterday, he changed his position and became Trump’s mouthpiece.
“Just today I heard, just a little while ago, that Devin Nunes had a news conference, did you hear about this, where they have a lot of information on tapping. Did you hear about that?” Trump said. “House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes told reporters, wow. Nunes said, so that means I’m right, Nunes said the surveillance appears to have been … incidental collection, that does not appear to have been related to concerns over Russia.”
Trump only watches and listens to fake news. He loves FOX Noise, InfoWars with Alex Jones, and once in a while reads the National Enquirer, while Steve Bannon sits in the Oval Office.
During his campaign, Trump accused Ted Cruz’ father of being complicit in the assassination of JFK. His basis was an article in a newspaper. That ‘newspaper’ was the National Enquirer.
Trump defended his outrageous and unsubstantiated claims about every thing.
“What am I going to tell you? I tend to be right. I’m an instinctual person, I happen to be a person that knows how life works.”
Whenever Trump is forced to face a fact, he returns to his claim that he ‘predicted Brexit.’
Trump continues to claim that three to five millions illegal votes were cast in the election. He still believes that he had the largest crowd for an inauguration in history. Both have repeatedly been proven to be false.
Let’s tell the truth that when Ted Cruz got something right during the campaign, but is now a hypocritical Trump worshiper. Cruz called Trump a “pathological liar,” and a “serial philanderer.” He wasn’t wrong.
By James Turnage
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