Pretty accurate. One question, though: When Trump does something “not awful,” was it on purpose? Or just an accident?
This is the barre? IMPOTUS is occasionally NOT AWFUL? Well, standard ROE for the GOP and their MAGA-otts.
Carmen can be very trying!
Trump lies about EVERY issue. So do His Disciples.
There is NOTHING Trump would do that would result in His Disciples no longer worshiping him. Separating little children from their mothers, abandoning Kurdish allies, collusion with the KGB, grabbing women’s genitals, serial adultery, trips to Pedofile Island with Jeffery, endorsing pedofiles, NOTHING.
He cannot even read the constitution aloud.
Yes, he’s last bad when he’s asleep.
Well you can tell everyone I’m a down disgrace
Drag my name all over the place
I don’t care anymore
You can tell everybody ‘bout the state I’m in
You can catch me lying ‘cause I just can’t win
I don’t care anymore, I don’t care anymore
Most of the things Ol’ Punkinhead does are worse than “awful”.
For the second time in her career, Speaker Nancy Pelosi was tasked with bailing out a Republican president in a moment of national crisis and, with a tanking stock market in the background, came through with a bill.
Twelve years ago, Pelosi worked with President George W. Bush and his lieutenants to craft the 2008 emergency bank bailout. Late Friday night, she’d nailed down a deal with the Trump administration on legislation to respond to the spiraling coronavirus outbreak.
But unlike the first time—when the speaker and the man in the White House had a relatively decent working relationship—Pelosi this time was collaborating with a president who’d spent weeks trashing her as, among other things, “incompetent.”
The name-calling, ultimately, proved to be a minor hurdle, if one at all; as Trump was largely sidelined during negotiations. Over the course of Thursday and Friday, Pelosi spoke instead with Trump’s Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, nearly 30 separate times as they hammered out a deal.
Through it all, the speaker did not speak with the president once. Asked at a late-night Friday press conference if they had talked, Pelosi looked almost shocked that anyone might think so. “There was no need for that,” she said.
David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network stated Trump’s oath recently that “anyone who wants a test can get a test” has actually become “100% false.”
And Brody– that in 2018 informed The New York Times he had “phenomenal” accessibility to the White House– called out Trump for perplexing Americans as well as consistently giving incorrect details:
Being a wonderful leader has several qualities. Confusing individuals is not amongst them.
@realDonaldTrump offered incorrect details regarding screening … numerous times!
Invoking hype in particular circumstances might be permitted yet incorrect declarations regarding the #Coronavirus is careless & & harmful.
“I don’t take responsibility at all," President Trump said, when asked if he took responsibility for the United States’ lag in testing for the coronavirus outbreak.
Pretty much sums up the entire presidency.
The anti-thesis of leadership and accountability.
- Antony Blinken
The head of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) abruptly resigned Tuesday, leaving a void atop a sprawling agency that oversees the federal workforce.
“OPM has received the resignation of OPM Director Dale Cabaniss and OPM Deputy Director Michael Rigas is Acting Director, Office of Personnel Management,” an OPM spokesperson confirmed in a statement.
Cabaniss’s departure was unexpected, according to sources familiar with the matter, and was believed to be related to internal conflicts.
She chafed at treatment by John McEntee, the 29-year-old head of the office, as well as Paul Dans, OPM’s White House liaison, Politico reported. McEntee rejoined the White House last month and has set about stocking the administration with officials loyal to President Trump and his agenda.
Politico reported that the White House’s decision to hire a third college senior to a sensitive post also contributed to the tensions that preceded Cabaniss’s resignation.
Appointed conservative judges, pursued change in tax rates to make US companies competitive with the rest of the world, constrained economic regulators throughout the US bureaucracy – hard to think of anything he has done wrong. Those who oppose individual freedom and responsibility would disagree, of course.
The upside is he’s revealed that the Republican party is really the Dixiecrats, beyond any hope of concealing it. He’s branded the party as Hoover did. Hopefully they’ll never take power again, at least til we’ve dealt with the climate crisis. Now if liberals can just get our act together… and Vote!
Way too much of what the POtuS does is wrong.
Isn’t that Senator Honey Bunny’s campaign slogan?
When has THE ORANGE PARASITE done something “not awful?” Those of us with actual “inquiring minds” would like to know.
March 20, 2014
September 30, 2017