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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:

How his corrupt, failed presidency will end begins today’s misadventures of our malignant minority-elect president* as eventually all tyrants – or in this case, aspiring tyrants – are abandoned by their followers, once again Trump’s ignorance with words and tweets comes back to haunt him, the cancer that is Trump’s illegitimate presidency, our nefarious narcissist is having major meltdowns over his impending implosion from all his corruption scandals and he’s not handling it well, yet another example of his tweeting delusions, lies and conspiracy theories to distract from his failed presidency, how rewarding criminality makes his administration more illegitimate and much more.

How This Will End article from The Atlantic. –

Our feckless fuhrer’s despotic delusions of grandeur aren’t going to end well and it will hit him harder than most.

Cohen, Pecker, Weisselberg: The Men With Trump’s Secrets Work for the Feds Now article from The Daily Beast. –

Grab some popcorn: Our dimwitted dip shit’s meltdowns and Twitter tantrums are going to be working overtime as the men with all his secrets start spilling the goods about his exponential corruption.

The week Trump’s own words caught up with him article from Yahoo! News. –

Our Twitter tyrant has a real bad habit of ignorantly speaking and tweeting without thinking and eventually it comes roaring back to bite him – yet he never learns…

Trump’s Long War with Justice article from Politico. –

Our demented Demagogue has a long history of committing criminal acts and attacking his enemies when the truth comes out, but this time it’s a war he’s going to lose bigly:

“In the year and seven months Donald Trump has been the president he has pummeled the Department of Justice on a nearly daily basis.

He has put “Justice” in scare quotes on Twitter. He has called the department “an embarrassment” and its agents and those of the Federal Bureau of Investigation “hating frauds.” He repeatedly has described “discredited” special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe as a “Rigged Witch Hunt” run by “Thugs” and as a “sham” that “should be shut down.” On Thursday, he ratcheted up his sustained humiliation and denunciation of his own attorney general, questioning his manhood, his loyalty and his control over his agency, prompting Jeff Sessions, uncharacteristically, to lash back. This behavior, according to Justice officials, law professors and presidential historians I have spoken with, adds up to an “astonishing” “sledgehammer” attack on the “basic tenets of constitutional government”—unprecedented in the annals of the office he holds.

It is by no means, however, unprecedented in the long life of Trump. He’s fought Justice before. In fact, the legal pressure exerted on him over the past year-plus by the special counsel constitutes a bookend of sorts to Trump’s career, which began much the same way—with a protracted, bitter battle with the DOJ and the FBI.

In 1973, the federal government sued Trump and his father, alleging systematic racial discrimination in the rentals at their dozens of New York City apartment buildings. Often interpreted mostly as confirmation of Trump’s deep-seated racial animus, it is at this point perhaps better understood as the origin of his distrust of federal law enforcement. It is where he first learned to view the government not as a potential righter of wrongs but as an impediment to his business interests, not as a protector of less powerful citizens but as a meddlesome obstacle in his pursuit of profit. And it is where he first demonstrated how he would combat it—with the same unapologetic, counterpunching, deny-and-delay, distractions-laced playbook on display today. When Rudy Giuliani earlier this year tagged FBI officials as “storm troopers,” it was not the first time an attorney advocating for Trump had used that term in that way. That was Roy Cohn. In 1974. Long before Michael Cohen worked for Trump, the chief counsel of disgraced Joseph McCarthy’s red-baiting Senate subcommittee of 1950s infamy would become Trump’s most important adviser and most indispensable fixer—and the indelible Cohn-Trump mind meld of a partnership kick-started with this case…”

Trump Is Under At Least 4 Different Lines Of Criminal And Civil Investigation article from PoliticusUSA. –

Our lackluster lame duck president* is in a lot of trouble, and whether he’s impeached or not, his failed presidency is essentially over:

Trump’s terrible week: stunning news and whispers of impeachment article from The Guardian. –

Last week was definitely one of our impotent imbecile’s worst, especially since he’s now an unindicted co conspirator – which will probably eventually change to being straight up charged directly.

How’s that swamp draining going? article from The Week. –

America’s most corrupt-ever president* promised – though he was lying as usual – to drain the swamp, but instead he replaced it with a cesspool of corruption.

It’s Not Enogh to Impeach Trump – His Entire Presidency Should Be Annulled article from Alternet. –

Every last moron in Trump’s administration, including his fraudulent ass, should be removed and put behind bars where they belong, especially since now it appears they’re all illegitimate just like him:

“The only way I see the end of Trump is if there’s overwhelming evidence he rigged the 2016 election. In which case impeachment isn’t an adequate remedy. His presidency should be annulled.

Let me explain. Many people are convinced we’re already witnessing the beginning of the end of Trump.

In their view, bombshell admissions from Trump insiders with immunity from prosecution, combined with whatever evidence Mueller uncovers about Trump’s obstruction of justice and his aide’s collusion with the Russians, will all tip the scales.

Democrats will take back the House and begin an impeachment, and the evidence of impeachable offenses will put enough pressure on Republican senators to send Trump packing…”

Why Convictions Will Not Alter Trump’s Reality article from Counter Punch. –

There are many reasons, most of which are related to the fact that America’s worst-ever president* has some serious mental issues going on and doesn’t belong in the White House to begin with…

Trump Is Not Invited To John McCain’s Funeral article from PoliticusUSA. –

Months ago – for obvious reasons, McCain requested that our Orwellian Orange Charlatan not attend his funeral:

There Is a Cancer Growing On Trump’s Presidency article from Alternet. –

Our angry Orange creamsicle’s presidency is a cancer, but now there is more proof that he is indeed an illegitimate president* and he’s not handling it well.

Trump’s Bad Week: One-By-One The President’s Men Turn Against Him article from Talking Points Memo. –

Our lackluster lame duck president’s* cancerous, corrupt illegitimate presidency is just about over and it is costing him and his fraudulent family bigly:

“WASHINGTON (AP) — On one of the worst days of his presidency, Donald Trump was chatting aboard Air Force One when the conversation took a detour into gallows humor.

Trump was returning from a rally in West Virginia just hours after two former members of his inner circle were found or pleaded guilty, when one passenger quipped that a news story would surely soon be breaking about the president fuming onboard. Everyone laughed, including the president.

Despite the momentary levity, though, Trump is increasingly frustrated and isolated as the investigations that have long dogged his White House plunge into the personal territory he once declared off-limits.

One by one, the president’s men have turned against him…”

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Trump’s Contempt for the Law Will Be His Downfall article from The Atlantic. –

Our Marmalade miscreant is stupid enough to believe he’s above the law, and he’s not.

President Donald Trump Tweetstorm – The Sunday Edition article from Deadspin. –

As usual our demented Twitter tyrant tweeted his meltdowns from the multiple corruption investigations that are imploding his failed presidency.

Robinson: President Trump increasingly sounds like a mob boss article from The San Jose Mercury News. –

Our Mango Mussolini’s meltdowns and Twitter tantrums – his typical bullying and lies – make him appear more childish and ignorant than anything else…

Week 66: Trump Learns Loyalty Has Its Limits article from Politico. –

Trump’s despotic delusions of grandeur are in grave danger as those with the most intimate knowledge of his high crimes and misdemeanors are turning on him to avoid prison time:

“Two of the president’s men jumped into the storm cellar this week and locked it behind them to escape the legal storm tornadoing down on President Donald Trump.

On Friday we learned that Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s long-time financial consigliere and keeper of all of Trump’s personal money secrets, had accepted immunity from federal prosecutors in return for information on Michael Cohen. Cohen, his former attorney and go-to fixer, pleaded guilty this week to two felony campaign finance charges and claimed that Trump directed him to make the illegal hush-money payouts. Trump’s longtime friend and ally David Pecker, whose National Enquirer served as a sort of Pravda for the Trump campaign and the early months of his presidency, also grabbed the immunity life ring.

Just a couple of days before the two Trump associates agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for information of value to the feds, the president expressed his disdain for “flippers,” as he calls them, to Fox News. The practice of trading testimony for immunity or a lesser charge “almost ought to be illegal,” Trump insisted. The president has been silent about the latest flippers, but their betrayal must have stung with the pain of a reopened wound. Add to the excitement the best-selling treacheries of Omarosa Manigault Newman, the conviction of former campaign manager Paul Manafort (who has resisted, so far, pressure to turn on Trump), and the news that White House counsel Don McGahn spent 30 hours talking to the special counsel, you’re probably looking at the Trump presidency’s worst week. His best line of defense is probably a wave of pardons, but that might cause political insurrection among a majority of voters who don’t look kindly on that kind of executive privilege.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Pecker has shared with prosecutors “Mr. Trump’s knowledge of the deals.” But Pecker knows much more about Trump than the hush-money deal Pecker’s company set up for Playboy model Karen McDougal, an alleged ex-lover of Trump’s. The Associated Press reports that the National Enquirer kept “documents on hush money and other damaging stories it killed” related to Trump stored in a company safe…”

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Trump’s New Tweets Prove He Is Out of Touch With Reality article from PoliticusUSA. –

Instead of addressing reality our demented delinquent likes to spread his phony accomplishments and lie on Twitter all the time, making himself look even more corrupt and foolish.

This time, it really is like Watergate – and Trump is making the same mistakes article from Yahoo! News. –

Trump’s authoritarian aspirations are suffering major set backs as he continues emulating Nixonian delusions in believing himself to be above the law.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s bent reality: Cohen, clean air, taxes article from The AP on Yahoo! News. –

As usual our Liar and Thief is having a difficult time grasping with reality as his land of delusion continues imploding around him.

Trump’s destruction: A neuroscientist explains what happens when a narcissist begins to lose power article from The Raw Story. –

Our nefarious narcissist is having major meltdowns now that reality is catching up to him and it’s not going to end well:

“The list of people close to President Donald Trump who have recently turned on him just keeps growing. His personal lawyer and longtime companion, Michael Cohen, has already implicated him as a co-conspirator in felony crimes. Last week, two Trump loyalists were granted immunity—National Enquirer publisher David Pecker and Trump organization CFO Allen Weisselberg—in exchange for potentially damaging information on Trump. If that weren’t enough, a doorman at the Trump World Tower whose hush contract expired is claiming that Trump had an additional affair which resulted in an illegitimate child. Needless to say, things don’t look good for The Donald. As the possibility of impeachment looms over the president, and as more damaging information comes out, we should be prepared for the erratic and impulsive behavior to which we’ve grown accustomed to get worse.

Given that he holds the most powerful office in the world, knowing what to expect from him is of considerable importance. If we can predict how Trump might react, we can better prepare for damage control and countering any destructive behavior or attempts to create further division and chaos. To do this requires looking to the field of psychology.

While the exaggerator-in-chief is well known for his habitual lying, the most common psychological diagnosis he’s been given by experts in the field is narcissistic personality disorder. While any diagnosis should require a full mental examination before accepted as clinical truth, the mountains of behavioral evidence for Trump’s narcissism arguably provides more justification for the label than any standard clinical test. At this point, the claim can hardly be debated, and even staunch supporters would admit that Trump thinks he’s the greatest thing since sliced bread. It takes a special kind of narcissist to shamelessly compare their book to The Bible in front an audience full of conservatives. His narcissism knows few limits, and it’s hard to imagine even the man himself denying such an obvious fact.

So, the question becomes, what happens when a narcissist is being threatened with the loss of power and control? The answer is something psychologists call “narcissistic injury.” The phrase was coined by none other than Sigmund Freud in the 1920s, and it occurs when a narcissist feels that they have been disrespected, belittled, or their true self revealed. This often happens when they are experiencing a “fall from grace,” which is why understanding the phenomenon is so important at present…”

A Complete Breakdown Of Donald Trump’s 83rd Unpresidented Week As POTUS article from Rantt Media. –

A look back at the most disastrous week ever for our demented delusionist as the walls of his failed presidency start crumbling.

Dissatisfied with Americans’ opinions, Trump makes up an approval rating article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –

Being an illegitimate president* has its draw backs, especially when you’re widely unpopular, so it becomes necessary for alternative facts to fuel his alternate reality…

The wannabe Don article from The Week. –

On our Hitler-aspiring wannabe dictator’s demands for loyalty despite not giving any of his to them and other delusions in his alternate reality.

Trump Tweets ‘Big Story’ About the FBI that Turns Out to Be a Big Lie By an Ultra Right-Wing Website article from The Daily Kos. –

Yet another example of comrade Cheetolini tweeting delusions, lies and conspiracy theories to distract from the cesspool of corruption that is taking his failed presidency down:

“The tribulations of Donald Trump continue to mount as news of his crumbling network of accomplices gets more dire with each passing day. Just this week his campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was convicted of eight felonies and his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to felonies of his own. Then two close associates – David Pecker of the National Enquirer, and Allen Weisselberg, CFO of the Trump Organization – were granted immunity by federal prosecutors in exchange for their cooperation.

As usual, when ever Trump sees dark clouds gathering he attempts to blow them away by creating a windstorm of his own. It’s an obvious tactic that just makes him look desperate and even more guilty. On Saturday morning he deployed this scheme with a series of tweets intended to distract from the Mueller probe and the slow-motion apocalypse that is his presidency:

Can He Keep Himself in Check? article from Talking Points Memo. –

As our Lord of the Lies’ history has repeatedly shown, the obvious answer to that question is a resounding NO.

Reports From The White House: ‘Trump Is Nuts’ This Time Really Feels Different’ article from Crooks and Liars. –

And it’s only going to get worse for our dystopian Orange dumb ass as his corruption chokes the shit out of his treasonous presidency.

This Man Is Very Proud of Himself Today article from Esquire. –

Herr Frump’s big announcement of a so-called trade deal that doesn’t exist yet was touted – by him of course – as a big accomplishment… hopefully it doesn’t turn out to be another one of his farcical concoctions.

Two funerals and a wedding: The shunning of Donald Trump article from The Los Angeles Times. –

Despite the fact that our illegitimate Ignoramus-in-Chief’s base supports him, the fact that the majority doesn’t want to be seen with him speaks volumes:

“Sen. John McCain’s decision to exclude President Trump from his funeral is an extraordinary moment on its own, a posthumous rebuke from an American icon who regarded the presidency as sacred, and believed its current occupant defiles that office.

Yet Trump’s exclusion from such high-profile events of mourning and celebration — where American presidents are typically counted on to stand in for an entire nation — is emerging as a pattern over his 19 months in office.

Trump, the outsider who rode the politics of grievance, resentment and insults to election, and into the Oval Office, is becoming for many a pariah president. To be unwelcome at funerals, cultural celebrations and victory parties is another unprecedented aspect of his presidency; aides to recent White House occupants could not recall similar snubs, even for presidents during times of unpopularity or investigations.

The slights have come in all forms, spanning ideologies…”

Donald Trump finally became an impeachable president article from The Raw Story. –

Evidence of our malevolent miscreant’s treason and other high crimes and misdemeanors keeps coming in droves despite his bull shit claims of ‘witch hunt’ and ‘no collusion’ and it’s only a matter of time before he goes down with his failed sinking presidency.

Debunking Donald Trump’s latest conspiracy theory on Google article from CNN. –

Another example of an illegitimate president* tweeting conspiracy theories to distract from reality as it clashes with his land of delusion.

Lead Prosecutor in Trump Inauguration Protest Trial Sanctioned for Due Process Violations Has Been Made Head of Her Department article from Rights and Dissent. –

A prime example of how criminals are rewarded when working for a corrupt, treasonous president* – yet he wonders why he’s not popular…

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