Thoughts on Donald John ‘Tweeting’ Trump
It been three months since I have written an article about our 45th President, Donald John Tweeting Trump, but it is still the same old song and dance. He keeps repeating there is no collusion, and it is all a witch hunt. He might be right, but there is sure as hell a lot of confusion in the White House. The definition for collusion is secret cooperation in fraud and illegal activities. Another problem with Trump is his mouth, using provocative rhetoric, which means skill in the use of language, as writing or in speech. The biggest liars I heard on tv are Donald Trump and his press secretary, Sarah Sanders (who lies for the president). Trump says he likes conflict. We all know his wish has come true. In the White House, there have been over twenty people fired or resigned. Five GOP leaders have resigned due to sexual harassment. One of his greatest accomplishments is on March 20 he congratulated the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin on his re-election Trump’s favorite word is “make America great”. It should be “ I am not a lair.”
The White House has had the highest turnover in history. It must have a revolving door. They go in one side and out the other. The President wants to build a wall. In my opinion, It is just waste of money. They can fly over it, build a ladder, or dig a tunnel under the wall they are experts in digging tunnels. Trump doesn’t listen to anyone. He is trying to run the White House like his Real Estate business but it is not working. About two weeks ago, the president said we are leaving Syria very soon, let the other people take care of it. He has struck Syria with missile attack. Britain and France joined forces so it may be good thing to do.
He put tariffs on China, which threatened the stock market. China threatens crippling tariff on U.S. soybean farmers. If they don’t agree Trump, out the door they go. He say one thing and then does extreme opposite. House speaker, Paul Ryan will not seek re-election. Just recently, on of his security adviser resigned. His initial inner circle advisors include his son-in-law, Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka. In 2017, Trump had a net worth of 3.5 billion. Clinton had 2.9 million more popular votes nationwide than Trump. The president had 306 electoral votes, Clinton 232.
If you don’t believe the statistics I have about our great President, Donald Trump, look in you 2018 World Almanac, turn to page 498/499, and look under Presidents, OK?