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Misadventures of a minority-elect President 281

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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:

We begin today’s misadventures of our malevolent minority-elect president* with his delusions – yet again – about his approval ratings which are in the toilet despite his tweets, why the Donald could easily go down in history as a bigger traitor than Benedict Arnold, how Donnie’s presidency is like a bad drug trip, Donald is now – officially – an unindicted co-conspirator, the remainder of Trump’s illegitimate term is going to be rough for him, on the results of Trump’s lie about ‘draining the swamp’ since all he has done is made it more corrupt, the list of crimes committed by our treasonous president* keeps growing despite his lies to try and avoid accountability, Donnie can’t seem to grasp the fact that his ass is in deep shit, Trump’s treason trail keeps expanding as yet more collusion links back to him and much more.

Trump Demands America’s Love And A 75% Approval Rating article from PoliticusUSA. –

Donald’s delusions about his miserable popularity and non-existent approval ratings reveal how out of touch with reality he is:

White House Reportedly Can’t Plan for How to Deal With Mueller Because Trump Is So Nuts article from Splinter News. –

Trump is so loony that he actually has no idea his profoundly corrupt actions and tweets keep tightening the noose around his neck.

Here’s why Donald Trump could easily go down in history as a worse traitor than Benedict Arnold article from The Raw Story. –

Hmmm… probably because he is, and because all his crooked cronies keep flipping on his profoundly corrupt and ignorant ass.

A Presidency on Drugs article from The Nation. –

How having a fake president* manipulating the news cycles with his war on fake news is like a bad drug trip:

“I took my first hit of speed in 1970 during my freshman year in college. That little white pill—Dexedrine—was a revelation. It made whatever I was doing absolutely fascinating. Amphetamine sharpened my focus and banished all appetites except a hunger for knowledge. I spent that entire night writing 35 pages of hand-scrawled notes about a 35-page article by the philosopher Ludwig Feurbach, thereby convincing the professor who would become my adviser and mentor that I was absolutely fascinating.

Speed was definitely not a respectable drug in those days. I bought mine from a seedy hippie who hung out on the edge of campus with some of my edgier friends. My college was probably one of the few in the country whose infirmary actually prescribed Dexedrine for its students, presumably to keep us from buying it from guys like him.

Nowadays, respectable doctors all over the country prescribe speed for people with ADHD, under brands like Adderall and Ritalin. It does for them what it did for me—makes whatever they’re doing fascinating, allowing them to focus for many hours at a time. My students now don’t have to buy it on the street. They can cadge (or buy) it from friends with prescriptions. I sometimes wonder whether they think they have a choice about this, or whether it’s considered almost a dereliction of duty to write their papers without a chemical assist.

Of course, speed had its ugly side, and I’m hardly recommending it as a cure for boring classes or a boring life. Coming down is horrible, the prelude often to a nasty, gray depression. Campus lore said it intensified menstrual cramps and I believed it. (When you’re depressed, it’s certainly easy to believe that this month’s cramps are worse than the last batch.) In any case, I quickly realized that I liked the stuff far too much for my own good. I learned to drink coffee instead…”

Trump Melts Down As Study Reveals His Rallies Hurt Republican Candidates article from PoliticusUSA. –

Donnie is certifiable if he honestly believes his stupid ass actually helped Republicans – aside from the states where voters have repeatedly shown how stupid they are:

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