The Scout Law:
A Scout is:
Trustworthy, -The President has publicly lied dozens, if not hundreds of times since taking office, starting on his first day on the job.
Loyal, -In the past weeks, Trump has turned on his own Attorney General, insulting him on twitter and publicly attacking Session’s decision to recuse himself.
Helpful,- The President has refused to aid every other major nation in the world in the Paris agreement to reduce carbon emissions, betraying a public national commitment.
Friendly, -Trump has repeatedly attacked various individuals and organizations on twitter, frequently calling them names such as “Lyin Ted,” “Crooked Hillary,” “Fraud News,” and many others.
Courteous, -Trump has shown no sense of presidential dignity, repeatedly using twitter tirades to retaliate for petty insults and chastisements from other politicians and the press.
Kind, -The President constantly uses profanity and slander in his speeches and tweets, repeatedly telling others to “Go F@%# Themselves” and talking about wanting to “Punch them in the face”
Obedient,-Trump has ignored all standards regarding ethics and conflict of interest, and has repeatedly attacked Sessions for recusing himself along these standards.
Cheerful,-Whenever Trump encounters a setback or failure, he immediately responds by blaming others, such as the Democrats, moderate GOP senators, the press, or his predecessor.
Thrifty, -The President frequently travels to Mara Lago resort on weekends, which costs the nation over two million per trip. These trips are made despite the existence of Camp David, a presidential retreat designed for such trips. Meanwhile, Camp David must still be maintained at government expense.
Brave,- Trump famously dodged the draft, citing bone spurs in one or both feet. Despite the claim, he has shown himself to be unable to remember which foot had the problems.
Stuart Carlson and Jerry Resler