“because America is in the midst of a treason boom right now, and more than a few people in Trump’s immediate orbit — and Trump himself — richly and actually deserve the title of traitor, and the treason inherent in their acts and words is apparent.”
– Rick Wilson GOP Political Strategist | Dec 4, 2019 rollingstone.com
The royal family’s disdain for the crass orange blowhard is hardly a secret …The royals – particularly Princes Harry and Charles – are friends with the Obamas. And since the Queen is notoriously fastidious about protocols of state, it was hardly an accident that she wore the “American State Visit brooch” as Trump…
CPAC got weird, and not for the reasons you’d think. Yes there was the requisite guru-ification of Trump and the sorely outdated chants of “lock her up,” but that was all to be expected.
It was conservative writer and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center Mona Charen who defied expectation and actually took a surprisingly reasonable – and therefor unpopular – position on a panel called #UsToo: Left out by the Left.
When asked what gets her “riled up” about modern feminism, Charen surprised (and then pissed off) the crowd with this hot take.
The conservative writer dared to criticize the president and quickly paid the price.
Will wrote that Trump’s support of Moore earned him the ranking of the “nation’s worst president.”
“By joining Stephen K. Bannon’s buffoonery on Moore’s behalf, the 45th president planted an exclamation point punctuating a year of hitherto unplumbed presidential depths,” he wrote, referring to the former White House chief strategist and current head of Breitbart News.
President Donald Trump’s administration put itself at odds with some of the country’s biggest companies by attacking a legal effort by civil rights groups that are seeking to ban workplace discrimination against gays and lesbians in the U.S.
Workers in many U.S. states can be fired for being gay
An interesting piece done by Ellie Shechet at TheSlot.jezebel.com that’s funny in its intent to expose a particular communication problem Trump struggles with on a daily basis. If you read the TIME interview you’ll immediately notice what’s missing – almost everything. If you haven’t read it, then you may want to take a look at it first.
The links for both articles are below.
President Trump recently participated in an interview with Time Magazine’s Michael Scherer for a cover story about his relationship with the truth. Predictably, this conversation really tested the limits of irony.