NYT claims Trump is just as much of an ass in private as he is in public, Trump had absolutely no idea what was in the fraudulent TrumpCare bill he backed, Trump’s growing list of empty lies and idle boasts – as well as the growing list of Trump scandals being muted by his other scandals, Nunes and the White House colluding to halt Trump’s Russia scandal – which is treason, Trump’s fraudulent tax plan – the rich pay less and you make up the difference, Trump’s idiocy still on full display via Twitter, Trump’s online trolls are screwed if he guts online privacy, issues over the White House spying on the FBI to support Trump’s fabricated claims of Obama wiretapping, it’s time for Devin Nunes to be held accountable for his illegal actions, Trump’s own standards put the White House in deep legal trouble, once again Trump’s words come back to bite him in the ass, another broken promise reveals that Trump is nothing but a serial liar, Trump’s White House referred to as a runaway train, the Conspiracy Theories of Trumpland, reflections on Trump’s construction of his own Watergate and more.
In Private, It Turns Out That Trump Is Pretty Much the Same article from Mother Jones. –
Chris Hayes: Trump ‘Knew Literally – And I Mean Literally – Nothing About’ His Health-Care Bill article from the Nation. –
Trump scandals risk inuring Americans to government corruption video from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –
Trail of Broken Promises: Donald Trump’s Lengthening List of Empty Lies and Idle Boasts article from AlterNet. –
“He was going to investigate voter fraud, end crime in Chicago and crush ISIS. Oh yeah—there was also health care.
The pattern Donald Trump follows in making promises has been clear since he first rode that gilded escalator in Trump Tower to his presidential campaign announcement nearly two years ago. It goes something like this:
1. Assert something untrue based on a canard oozing from the right-wing fever swamps that you heard repeated on some Fox News show or other. (For example: “Obamacare is collapsing.” Or “Afghanistan is safer than our inner cities.”)
2. Spit out a half-formed solution that you seem not to have thought about or have given no thought to until just that moment.
3. Try to implement policy based on this idea, only to see it get slapped down by courts, legislators and objective reality…”