Daily Archives: April 28, 2017

Misadventures of a minority-elect President 76

Chronicling the misadventures of our minority-elect President’s alternate reality, alternative facts and the miscreants that comprise his administration so you don’t have to:

GOP unwilling to investigate Trump’s Russia scandal speaks volume as to how corrupt today’s political establishment has become, how Trump’s disastrous first 100 days turned America upside down, Trump’s orchestrated North Korean political stunt, the U.S. is going down the toilet but Trump’s personal family fortune is thriving, Trump signs order enabling offshore drilling despite low industry demand, Trump’s lies are working brilliantly – on the minions that voted for him, Trump complains about difficulty doing his job and Twitter responds accordingly, Trump compared to a monster straight out of ‘the twilight zone,’ Trump’s position on immigration could result in his wife being deported, Trump earns dubious title of best troll in all of politics, how Trump’s Idiocracy reshaped the Liberal movement, what Trump has done – a breakdown of all the destruction from our lackluster leader’s tenure so far, it’s OK to commit voter fraud in North Carolina if you’re a Trump voter, 7 odious whoppers so far from our Liar-in-Chief and much more.

Why It’s Impossible for Republicans to Investigate the Trump-Russia Scandal article from Mother Jones. –

Having GOP brown shirts protecting our minority-elect President will end up going horribly wrong.

One nation, two Trumps: America as divided as ever after first 100 days article from The Guardian. –

The 100 Days That Turned America Upside Down article from AlterNet. –

Donald Trump’s North Korea briefing was a political stunt to get senators to come to him from Salon. –

“When President Donald Trump’s administration announced earlier this week that they were holding an all-hands-on-deck meeting at the White House about the North Korean crisis, the most obvious question was why they would hold a meeting usually reserved for Capitol Hill.

The answer, it seems, is that they put on a show for its own sake.

Nothing new was divulged during the Wednesday meeting, according to a number of senators who attended and spoke with CNN afterward. After briefly appearing to discuss the crisis in North Korea, Trump passed the baton to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford.

“It was a sobering briefing, and an important opportunity for the entire Senate to hear the emerging plans of the Trump administration to confront what is a very real threat to our security,” Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Connecticut told CNN…”

The Trump Family’s Massive Grift: As a Business and Branding Venture, This Presidency and His Family Are Doing Swell article from AlterNet. –

The country’s going down the toilet courtesy of our corrupt Liar-in-Chief but the Trump family fortune is doing very well.

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