Most politicians are.
Some are funny on purpose... .
Some are funny on purpose... .
This is almost word-for-word a list of criticisms levelled at Trump by former members of his staff. Does she also cheat at golf?... and maybe he was also right. Unlike Harris, who just comes across like that unpleasant little girl in the classroom who needs to boss every other kid because she's better, smarter, stronger, faster and prettier than any other kid. Or at least that's what she thinks of herself. The real reason she needs to boss the other kids is because she's really none of those things and totally flies apart if any of them figure that out. And Harris never grew up.
Oh man talk about low-hanging fruit! Once I started going, it was hard to stop!Quotations?
Every administration since Wilson has had ex-staffers write books. But none have ever as been as conflicted, at odds with, and as disgusted by the president, except for the latter Nixon administration. And I didn't even bother quoting Cohen, Scaramucci, etc. since they are just hacks, criminals, and lawyers Trump brought in.Any quotations from people who aren't selling their books?
See how I provided evidence for everything I said above? You just threw a bunch of stuff out there without a shred of support.Good values.
We are talking about the same person that bragged about prosecuting and jailing parents if their kids skipped school?
That gloried in imprisoning minority members for petty crimes?
That is infamous for using her gender in various ways to advance her career?
I'll leave the rest of her CV untouched, as it is rather unsavory, even for a politician....
You can worship your flawed idols all that you want.
The main reason that I could tolerate Trump's bombast was how he infuriated people and organizations that I already despised.
So some swamp beasts said some nasty things about someone that didn't get with their agenda.
I think that reflects well on Trump.
Other than that, presenting evidence from the leftist mainstream propaganda press is not really evidence of anything but laziness.
They started hating Trump as soon as he put an "R" after his name.
It's been shown by other less-biased sources that was out of context. As is usual for MSM....
Perhaps the clearest demonstration of his character was his mocking of disabled reporter Serge Kovaleski:
Well, here is the clip. You be the judge:It's been shown by other less-biased sources that was out of context. As is usual for MSM.
The only major failing Trump had as a leader was in not following the principle that if you have nothing good to say about a person you either say nothing in public or you say it to them only to their face in private. And something he eventually mostly corrected. Remember he publicly commended Fauci even while Fauci was undermining him to prepare himself to keep his job into the next administration.
Those weren't "his" people - they were mostly people recommended to him by others. I think that could even be said of Barr, who eventually even failed him. Any quotes from people who weren't fired or publicly disparaged or only looking out for themselves? Hundreds if not thousands of ordinary people, workers, law enforcement people, military personnel and so forth that had opportunities for personal interaction have only good things to say, and of which I witnessed and paid attention. Of course, that's not reported by the MSM and none of them are writing memoirs.
I didn't start out being pro-Trump. I only became a Trumper by watching him in action and by watching his opponents in action and thereby deciding which side was the side I wanted to be on.
I haven't paid any attention to anything from CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, all major print media, et al & etc for perhaps a year and a half. If you want to post something of which you want me to "be the judge" give me something from an unbiased and trustworthy source. I have already judged the mainstream sources and found them to be unworthy of my attention and my credibility and my trust.Well, here is the clip. You be the judge:
Ugh. Well, you are right - he does that all the time. I am wrong, but if he does that all the time, I don't know whether that makes him better or worse.I haven't paid any attention to anything from CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, all major print media, et al & etc for perhaps a year and a half. If you want to post something of which you want me to "be the judge" give me something from an unbiased and trustworthy source. I have already judged the mainstream sources and found them to be unworthy of my attention and my credibility and my trust.
If you view the video in context he's mocking something the reporter said - he's not mocking the reporter himself, or his disability (and the point others have made is that he didn't even know the reporter) and he uses similar mannerisms to mock things others have said:
This is what free speech is about. You're free to attack what you disagree with. Don't take it as an attack on the person. Only on what they have said with which you disagree. The manner in which you choose to express your disagreement is part of free speech, so long as no one is harmed by your manner and method of expression.
Biden’s claim that that all-important “decency and dignity” had been missing from the White House for the four years of the Trump administration was clearly a self-serving bash at his predecessor.
But if Politico’s sources are to be believed, that “decency and dignity” is clearly missing from the vice president’s office now.