Misadventures of a minority-elect President 178

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:

Today’s misadventures of our illegitimate, popular vote losing president begin with a few of the things that our national embarrassment falsely claims he invented, while claiming to be highly intelligent our moronic lame duck president continues revealing the endless depths of his profound ignorance, our fake, Hitler-aspiring wannabe dictator still trying to spread his war on fake news by threatening NBC for publishing the truth about his ignorance, more leaks from the White House about our impotent leader’s escalating meltdowns while blaming everyone else for his actions and words, failing to pass his fraudulent health care bill hasn’t stopped Trump from trying to destroy Obamacare – this time by another most likely illegal executive order, our Warmonger-in-Chief has killed more civilians with illegal air strikes in almost 10 months than his predecessor did in 8 years, our demented deviant in the White House committed yet another impeachable offense by trying to abridge freedoms of speech, the implosion of our illegitimate president and his dubious cabal is gaining speed and a lot more.

5 Things Trump Lied About Inventing article from Alternet. –

Our pathological lying national embarrassment keeps trying to take responsibility for creating things he didn’t and repeatedly lying about it.

Trump Is So Mentally Unstable That He Has To Be Distracted From Destroying The Country article from PoliticusUSA. –

The fact that Trump’s staff has to employ delays and distractions to keep him from going off doesn’t bode well for America.

Trump claims a high IQ, behaves like a ‘f***ing moron’

America’s worst-ever president – who is a complete and utter moron – duplicitously believes he’s the smartest man in the world.

Eminem Delivers a Critique as Vulgar as the President article from The Atlantic. –

The rapper did a freestyle take down of our dimwitted dip shit during the BET awards that is gaining national attention:

“The rapper Eminem performed a freestyle takedown of President Trump on television Tuesday, calling out the hypocrisy of his extravagant travel, his bumbling incompetence, and his disrespect for a POW before dubbing him “Donald the bitch.”

The performance was perhaps the most prominent instance of a white celebrity defending the NFL players protesting the killing of African Americans by police officers.

And the flagrant disrespect the entertainer showed for the president felt like karma, and not just because Trump has called the protesting NFL players sons of bitches. Recall that during last year’s Republican primary, Trump was able to excel in part by taking advantage of the fact that he had no respectability to maintain, no sense of shame or decency to limit him, and no reputation for good character to lose.

None of the other candidates could pull off bragging about their penis size on stage, insulting a rival’s wife, or appending juvenile nicknames to competing pols. The Access Hollywood tape would’ve sunk any other candidate. But why would it lower anyone’s opinion of a man who gave a radio host permission to call his daughter “a piece of ass”?…”

Trump Proves He Is A Moron With Empty Threat To Cancel NBC’s Broadcasting License article from PoliticusUSA. –

When a moronic, lackluster lame duck fake president continues trying to expand his delusional war against fake news the depths of his profound ignorance become abundantly clear…

A Complete Breakdown Of Donald Trump’s 37th Unpresidented Week As POTUS article from Rantt. –

Some of the low lights from our popular vote losing president’s 37th week in office.

Trump finds new ways to condemn reporting he doesn’t like article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –

All of Trump’s bluster about organizations printing information about him he doesn’t like makes him look more foolish than like a madman – which is what he’s trying to achieve…

The eternal disgrace of a Trump lackey article from The Week. –

Foolishly choosing to go to work for the numb nut we call president can prove costly once the bubble in Trump’s land of delusion bursts:

“I imagine more than a few people who work in the Trump administration wake up on many days and ask themselves, “How do I get out of this?” For them, the answer is a cruel one: You can’t. It’s already too late.

But let’s back up. Donald Trump became the Republican nominee for president with almost no support from what people dismissively call “the establishment,” which is really nothing more than a collection of experienced individuals. Once he was their party’s nominee, they each had to make a choice. Should I support him, despite all that he has shown of himself? Can I get away with half-supporting him? Many politicians could — they could easily say, “I have some doubts, but I’ll work with him when we agree,” and then change the subject.

But other Republicans were faced with an all-or-nothing choice. You see, a new president represents an absolute bonanza of opportunity in Washington, for one party or the other. When your side takes power, thousands of jobs open up, and getting one can mean an unmatched boost to your career. You’ll learn things you didn’t know about government, make a web of connections you’ll be able to draw on for years, and get that priceless “former administration official” next to your name, which is an account full of credibility and gravitas you’ll be able to draw on for decades. And there’s no telling how long you’ll have to wait for the opportunity to come again.

So if you were one of those D.C. Republicans — a press flak on Capitol Hill, or an expert in foreign policy working at a think tank, let’s say — you had to ask yourself, “Should I go to work for this administration or not? What are the risks to my reputation, to my integrity, to my future? Do they outweigh the benefits and the good I can do?” At the highest levels, people had to ask themselves, “Can I keep Donald Trump from being Donald Trump, and in the process maybe save America from him?”…”

Trump wanted vast increase to U.S. nuclear arsenal article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –

The meeting after which our impotent man-boy was called a moron by his Secretary of State – which is being denied by Trump and the miscreants in his administration – is causing a lot of headaches for Trump.

Trump Takes a Page Out of the Authoritarian’s Playbook with New Threat Against NBC article from Alternet. –

More on our Hitler-aspiring wannabe dictator’s attempts to kill reports that put him in a bad light by trying to claim they’re fake news…

Trump’s Nuclear Meltdown article from Slate. –

It’s looking more and more like NBC’s report about Trump wanting more nuclear weapons was indeed true, and Tillerson was spot on calling Trump a ‘f**king moron.’

Trump’s demands for deals and loyalty may come back to haunt him in a big way article from Think Progress. –

A detailed look at how Trump has routinely obstructed justice and why it will come back to bite his big orange ass:

“Donald Trump is a man who craves respect, both from his peers in the form of praise and from his subordinates in the form of loyalty. Unfortunately, as a new report by the Brookings Institution explains, that need for loyalty and devotion may eventually be his undoing.

During the 2016 campaign, Trump stood out for his act as the brash, bombastic New York businessman who enjoyed straight-talk and boasted of his ability to get deals done. One of his key demands — as a real-estate tycoon, celebrity mogul, and presidential candidate — was unflinching, personal loyalty from his aides. (It’s a subject he even brought up when addressing the 2017 Boy Scout Jamboree. “A scout is trustworthy [and] loyal, he said. “We could use some more loyalty I will tell you that.”)

But the Brookings report — authored by Barry H. Berke, Noah Bookbinder, and Norman L. Eisen — argues that same wheeler dealer attitude coupled with Trump’s demands for loyalty, which helped make him famous on The Apprentice, could also land him in the hot seat and lead to obstruction of justice charges down the road.

The report outlines the many ways in which Trump could find himself faced with such charges, due to his many alleged attempts to influence federal investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, as well as an investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Notably, the report explains, those charges do not hinge on whether or not the president was successful in his alleged attempts…”


The Trump cabal should be worried about that since the majority of the public lost complete confidence in them a long time ago…


Apparently some of the bubbles in Trump’s alternate reality are popping as he and his failed presidency continue imploding.

The Memo: Who’s winning Trump’s war with media? article from The Hill. –

The more our fake president tries to destroy the media with his pathetic claims of fake news the more he looks like a blooming idiot.

How Republicans Got Trump Catastrophically Wrong article from The Atlantic. –

Anyone that was stupid enough to believe our demented delusionist would change once he occupied the White is a bigger idiot than their leader:

“During last year’s election—back before Washington Republicans awoke to the dangers of an erratic and impulsive commander-in-chief tweeting his way into “World War III”—there was a common argument deployed by party loyalists in defense of Donald Trump: He’ll behave himself once he’s in office.

GOP leaders generally acknowledged (on and off the record) that their nominee’s reckless campaign-trail persona was not suitable for the leader of the free world—but they insisted there would be a difference between Candidate Trump and President Trump. He would surround himself with competent advisers; lean on the good judgment of his running-mate Mike Pence; and mellow out as he confronted the full burdens of the office.

Pay no attention to the nervous nellies fretting about Trump’s temperament, said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at the time: “I think Donald Trump will understand when he’s sworn in the limits of his authority. He’ll have a White House counsel. There will be others who point out there’s certain things you can do and you can’t do. And it’s not quite like, you know, making a speech before a big audience and entertaining people. And I think he’s a smart guy, and I think he’s going to figure that out. So I’m not worried about it.”

Don’t get hung up on the frivolous personality issues, said House Speaker Paul Ryan: “It’s not just a choice of two people, but two visions for America”—and Republicans needed a president who would sign their conservative legislation…”

As Trump Pushes Massive Deregulatory Agenda, One Key Beneficiary: Donald Trump article from Common Dreams. –

The only reason Trump wants to deregulate everything is so he can profit from his many conflicts of interests and fraudulent businesses he’s still running.

As Trump Loses His Mind, The White House Worries That 25th Amendment Removal Is Coming article from PoliticusUSA. –

It only takes 14 people to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove our mentally unstable Liar-in-Chief.

What Trump calls fake news is usually an inconvenient fact. The media’s right to report must be protected article from The Independent on Yahoo! News. –

Our fake president’s war on fake news is and always has been about facts and truth that contradict his illegal and egregious actions…

Trump signs new executive order to sabotage the ACA article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –

After failing to pass his fraudulent version of health care, Trump decided to try and destroy it with an executive order:

“Last week, Politico had an item noting that Democrats are “accusing” Donald Trump of sabotaging the Affordable Care Act. There wasn’t anything especially wrong with the article, except for the fact that it presented the sabotage question as a matter of partisan debate: Dems are making an accusation, while Republicans deny it.

The trouble is, the truth is unambiguous. The Trump administration’s sabotage campaign is both real and lacking in subtlety.

Vox had a good piece yesterday summarizing the most obvious ways the White House is deliberately undermining the nation’s health care system, and the list wasn’t exactly short. From shrinking the open-enrollment period to threatening to cut off cost-sharing-reduction payments to insurers, curtailing ad campaigns to slashing in-person sign-up programs, Trump World seems determined not to help Americans get the health care coverage they’re entitled to under the law.

The real-world effects of this are already quite real, with consumers having to pay more – what congressional Democrats refer to as a “Trump Tax” – as a direct consequence of Trump’s actions…”

How Trump Governs by Tweet: Start with Outrage, Then Escalate article from The New Yorker. –

Virtually every day our Twitter tyrant – aided and abetted by Twitter who refuses to do anything about using their platform to create his many distractions and ignorant childish tantrums – has to show how incredibly stupid and incompetent he truly is…

Donald Trump, Dealbreaker article from The Atlantic. –

Trump’s version of ‘Making America great again’ is actually making America much worse.


Our warmongering wannabe dictator has killed more civilians with airstrikes – many of them illegal – than his predecessor did in 8 years.

Trump’s Latest Attack on Obamacare Violates Oath to Uphold Constitution, Adding to List of Impeachable Offenses article from Alternet. –

The waste of human flesh we call president almost has enough rope to hang himself:

“President Trump’s executive order Thursday to sabotage the Affordable Care Act—aka Obamacare—is crossing a new legal threshold that could become part of a growing list of ultimately impeachable actions, much like Richard Nixon faced a deepening list of offenses before he resigned from office in 1974.

That’s because Trump’s willful destruction of Obamacare, a law passed by the Congress—not a regulation promulgated by federal departments—would violate his oath to uphold the Constitution, whose Article Two demands that the president “take care that the laws be faithfully executed.”

“Trying to destroy the law through non-enforcement isn’t just a normal exercise of presidential discretion,” Noah Feldman, Harvard Law School professor and legal columnist, wrote this summer for Bloomberg.com, anticipating Trump’s actions and discussing the Constitution’s “Take Care” clause. “The Constitution recognizes that the president can’t necessarily enforce every law. But it requires a good-faith effort. And declining to enforce the law so that the law itself ceases to be able to function isn’t good faith.”

What’s new and different about Trump’s presidency at this time is his actions—and his threats tied to governmental actions—which are clashing with different constitutional duties and rights he has sworn to uphold. These are being noticed by legal scholars like Feldman, members of Congress, political insiders, and pundits on the right and left…”


Trump’s corrupt FCC Chairman won’t condemn Trump’s attempts to silence the media with baseless threats but his silence appears to confirm that he condones it…

How the dangers of Trump’s presidency normalized treason article from The Week. –

Having retired Military Generals in charge of a civilian office could easily lead to a military coup to remove our minority-elect dumb ass from office.

The Power of Trump’s Positive Thinking article from Politico. –

Why Trump routinely crosses the line between reality and delusion – it’s a battle he’ll never win.

White House’s boasts about preventing ‘chaos’ completely unravel article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –

Insight into the ironic – albeit patently false – allegations that Trump is the one preventing chaos in the world:

“After Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) offered some pointed criticism of Donald Trump last week, reporters asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders for a reaction. This exchange from last Friday’s press briefing was especially memorable:

REPORTER: I asked you about Senator Corker and some of the comments he made a few weeks back. Earlier this week, he said that Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Mattis, and General Kelly are basically what’s keeping the country separated from chaos. And he said there are other people in the White House that aren’t putting forth policies in a coherent fashion. Do you have any response to Senator Corker’s statement?

SANDERS: Look, I think that the president is the one that’s keeping the world from chaos.

I really wish that were true. It’s not…”

The perils of Trump’s disastrous Iran decision article from The Week. –

Trying to antagonize war with Iran is a profoundly stupid idea.

Donald Trump’s Impeachable Offense article from The Atlantic. –

Violating his oath to defend the Constitution when we was sworn in and demanding removal of the First Amendment is only one of many impeachable offenses committed by our demented deviant in the White House.

10 Examples of Trump Unraveling Before the Current Unraveling Began article from Alternet. –

The implosion of our illegitimate popular vote losing president and his dubious cabal is growing exponentially.

Trump’s Own College Professor Confirmst That He’s Been A Moron For Most Of His Life article from PoliticusUSA. –

Unsurprising given what we’ve seen so far and what those of us who have followed our moronic Loser-in-Chief have known for years:

“Trump’s former college professor is quoted as having called the now President, the dumbest student that he ever had. The professor added that Trump came to Wharton thinking that he already knew everything, which means that even before his mind started to go, Donald Trump was a moron.

In a diary published on Daily Kos late professor William T. Kelley was quoted as saying about Trump:

Professor Kelley told me 100 times over three decades that “Donald Trump was the dumbest goddam student I ever had.” I remember his emphasis and inflection — it went like this — “Donald Trump was the dumbest goddam student I ever had.” Dr. Kelley told me this after Trump had become a celebrity but long before he was considered a political figure. Dr. Kelley often referred to Trump’s arrogance when he told of this — that Trump came to Wharton thinking he already knew everything.

The post came in response to Trump challenging Rex Tillerson to an IQ test, but the broader point is that as admits that Trump has mentally “lost a step,” the President was never that mentally fast, to begin with. Trump is not smart. Everyone knows this who isn’t named Donald Trump. The same man who claimed that he knew more than the generals during the presidential campaign, and boasted that peace in the Middle East would be easy, and that healthcare was a simple fix has been carrying around this false attitude of intellectual superiority for decades…”

Orange Thing: Should It Stay or Should It Go? article from CounterPunch. –

On the corrupt, profoundly incompetent Orange thing in the White House that has been a failure from day one and why he will never change.

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