Gibberish is the White House’s new normal: A close look at Trump’s peculiar derangement…
That was then. Now we have a president who, when he speaks, spatters the air with unfinished chunks, many of which do not qualify as sentences, and which do not follow from previous chunks. He does not release words into a stream of consciousness but into a heap. He heaps words on top of words, to overwhelm meaning with vague gestures. He does not think, he lurches.
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WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON MIGHT BEG TO DIFFER…who died of complications from pneumonia 31 days into his term
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Dan Rather: Trump Has Had The ‘Worst Start’ Of Any U.S. President Ever
“A weak president running a weak, ragtag administration is a prescription for trouble.”
Former “CBS Evening News” anchor and veteran journalist Dan Rather called the withdrawal of the GOP’s healthcare bill on Friday a “staggering defeat” for Pres. Donald Trump’s administration that has not only damaged the president’s political standing but that of House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as well.
THIS IS HOW DONALD TRUMP’S BUDDY VLADIMIR PUTIN TREATS RUSSIAN CITIZENS… ARE AMERICANS NEXT UNDER DONALD TRUMP?
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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny jailed after protests
Moscow court hands down 15-day prison sentence and a fine to Navalny, who was arrested at anti-government rally
BREAKING: Donald Trump Played Golf This Weekend
The sad thing about this tweet is that it really would be news if Donald Trump was at the White House working this weekend:
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President Trump was back on the golf course Sunday, marking his 13th time hitting the links in the first nine weeks of his presidency.
YOUR PRESIDENT AT WORK… do you wonder why NOTHING is being accomplished….
Par for the course: White House says Trump’s golf outings to his courses were “meetings”
The White House and Fox News don’t want to admit that the president is enjoying a leisurely weekend on the links
The Death Of Trumpcare Is The Ultimate Proof Of Obamacare’s Historic Accomplishment
There’s little enthusiasm for going back to the way things were.
The Affordable Care Act overcame the tea party protests of 2009 and the Democrats losing their filibuster-proof Senate majority in 2010. It survived two challenges in front of the Supreme Court and the calamitous rollout of healthcare.gov.
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Now it has withstood the attempt to replace it with the American Health Care Act, better known as Trumpcare.