Trump, John Bolton writes, lives in a fantasy world where he is a king who is loved and praised. Anything that threatens that fantasy or his re-election must be discredited because Trump believes he is a “victim” of a vast conspiracy that does not exist.
White House spin is not convincing to Americans when it comes to Coronavirus or other issues.
In his short, turbulent presidency, Donald Trump has weathered screw ups that would have sunk most presidents but using troops to clear peaceful protestors, so he could pose for photos with a Bible that wasn’t his in front of a church he doesn’t attend, may have been the one that sticks.
The Senate Majority leader is not backing Trump’s promise to stop any attempts to remove the names of Rebel generals from 10 Army bases in the South but still opposes taking Confederate statues out of the Capitol.
In another round of lies, Trump promotes a cure for AIDS while none exists, claims Barack Obama and Joe Biden did nothing to try to deal with police practices (they launched 25 wide-ranging civil rights investigations into law enforcement) and told other easily disproven lies.
Eric Fanning says America needs a new president who can repair the democracy seriously damaged by Trump and his failed presidency.
Poll shows Americans are the unhappiest they’ve been in 50 years and they don’t know how to cope with it.
The vote was 6-3 with conservative justice Neil Gorsuch joining with his liberal colleagues. He also wrote the majority opinion of the ruling which said the law overrules bias.
The controversial president and wannabe dictator is willing to put his own vanity and re-election concerns over the safety and lives of those who blindly follow him and will attend rallies that violate all recommendations of health and safety experts.