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:
The more our illegitimate, popular vote losing president rants on Twitter, the more his approval rating sinks – it’s at 37 percent at the start of today’s misadventures, how our national embarrassment is destroying the U.S. and his credibility around the world, Trump – enabled by his Ministry of Propaganda – has left reality far behind, our fake president still spreading fake news – this time about ‘great job numbers’ that aren’t actually so great, looking for a way to love America as our demented delusionist spends his first Fourth of July in office, Trump’s growing list of Constitutional violations and conflicts of interest is out of control and causing chaos at the U.S. ‘Justice’ Department, on the hijacking of the presidency by the maniacal heathen currently occupying the White House – and the miscreants that aid, abet and support his dimwitted dipshittery and a lot more.
Poll: Trump’s approval rating sinks below 40 percent as Twitter controversies swirl article from AOL News. –
Our Loser-in-Chief’s popularity falls to 37 percent after his recent Twitter tantrums.
Donald Trump did more than ‘wrestle’ CNN in a video. He attacked democracy article from The Guardian. –
Robert Reich on our Twitter tyrant’s war with the media and the truth.
The Constant White House Enabling Of Trump’s Perverse and Pervasive Narcissism article from AlterNet. –
On how our Hitler-aspiring wannabe dictator can’t handle fact and truth and how the miscreants in his White House enable his delusional alternative reality.
Trump is destroying his credibility with the world article from CNN. –
How our national embarrassment is doing his damnedest to destroy the U.S. and his credibility around the world:
“When President Donald Trump enters the annual G20 Summit this week, he will begin an important dialogue about a series of pivotal issues ranging from financial regulation to trade and immigration.
The conversations, which the G20 has been conducting since 1999, will involve cabinet-room style talks with all the leaders in this powerful group as well as side discussions between particular leaders focusing on the challenges that their respective nations face and tensions that exist between them. Most eagerly anticipated are the potential interactions between Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
But Trump walks into this summit with the United States now in a much weaker position than when he started his presidency. The President, who prides himself on making America great again, brings with him a set of liabilities that will make it more difficult for him to persuade others at this crucial gathering in Hamburg , Germany, to listen to his recommendations or fear his threats — despite all the economic and military power that the United States brings to the table.
Social media unease
Let’s begin with the tweets. Putting aside the specific content of the recent blasts from the Oval smart phone, the President’s ongoing Twitter storms make all leaders uneasy. The heads of government in most nations prefer a certain amount of predictability and decorum from other heads of state. To have one of the most powerful people in the room being someone who is willing to send out explosive and controversial statements through social media, including nasty personal attacks or an edited video of him physically assaulting the media, does not make others at the G20 feel very confident about how he will handle deliberations with them…”
Meet the ‘modern-day president’: Donald Trump may have degraded the dignity of the office beyond repair article from Salon. –
How America’s worst-ever president keeps proving that he has no business being in the White House or running a country.