Just another day and anther batch of untruthful, obscene rants by the criminally-indicted, disgraced former president ignoring the rules and breaking the law.
“I don’t see how we get there at this point. There’s no process set up, there’s no dialogue, there’s no discussion,” says Rep Patrick McHenry, R-SC. “I’m worried.” A little late for that.
America’s allies, of course, are wary after the taunts and threats of the last president to visit their nations and create conflicts
Recycling the same tactics and insults that worked in 2016 in a race with more issues and more awareness of the president’s failures and lies.
He spent much of the last four years engaged in racially charged attacks, going after minority members of Congress, claiming “no human being” would want to live in “rodent infested,” majority-minority Baltimore and insisting there were “very fine people on both sides” of the deadly Charlottesville protest against white supremacists.
Facing the prospect of bruising electoral defeat in congressional elections, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he won’t accept the blame if his party loses