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But we do not live with the president. We do not interact with him. More often than not we are informed about Trump through a variety of middle-men, who just so happens to be the very same people who promised us the end of the world.
Perhaps you have forgotten that we have his, almost incessant, tweets?
Words, straight from the horse’s....
thumbs, as it were.
No “middlemen”, no media “spin” to cast a dubious glare over intent or meaning; his words, his hands, his ballywick.
How often have his inane tweets been made fodder for unintended comedic rifts?
And, when coupled with his apparent lack of ability to discharge the duties of the office, to say nothing of his obvious inability to even comprehend the gravity of those duties, as established by more than 200 years of practice and refinement, it behooves our sanity (and perhaps, our survival) to be rid of this fool at the earliest possible moment.
We all know you righties are dying on the sword with the whole "57 states" thing by Obama. And it's pretty obvious that there weren't a plethora of Obama misspeaks comparatively because this one gets trotted out every time.
Trump gives us some new insanity every single day, as you say in a weird way where you also defend it. It's hard to even toss out a catchy idiotic Trump line because there is a daily buffet of them.
Trumps lie count alone (not misspeaks, lies) should be some sort of tip off. But nah, the taste of the Trump run-off us just sooooo sweet. Must. Lap. It. Up. Every day.
which cleverly uses the premise of the post replied to (transparency in this instance) to hurl insults at an entire segment of the population without offering additional evidence/logical reasoning nor proposing any solution.
The transparency of Trump smells like narcissistic attention hungry buffoonery and base baiting. Little else.
From Trump's detractors, LaMotte has been struck by how much their anxieties resemble those of patients raised by a parent with a personality disorder — someone who would display traits like "grandiosity, excessive attention-seeking and severe lack of empathy."
"Whether it's conscious or not, I think we look to the president of the United States as a psychological parent," she said.