In his first term, the man who claimed he would be too busy to play golf has been on the links more than any president in one or two terms. That’s only one of his many lies and broken pledges.
Will a win in November be the ultimate recovery from cycles of pain?
His “executive orders,” his critics say, aren’t worth the paper they are printed on and add billions to the financial burdens of states that are already struggling.
Trump’s lies continue to escalate as he claims the virus either doesn’t exist or is inconsequential, which defies the facts and the warnings of health experts.
We’ve learned time and again that Trump is a wannabe dictator who assumes he has the power to do whatever he wants. That makes him a dangerous autocrat.
Richard Bright says America needs a comprehensive plan but is not getting one from the nation’s failed president.
The highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression points to Trump’s failure to handle the pandemic and raises many other serious about his scandal-ridden presidency.
Increasingly, the lies, stunts, misdirections and outright incompetence of the president and his administration let the virus threat increase and cost many lives.
Even a master of passing the buck finally runs into the one disaster that he cannot escape.