Thursday, September 21, 2017
Monday, September 18, 2017
for his portrayal of Trump on the most recent season of "SNL." "I guess I should say, at long last, Mr. President, here is your Emmy." It’s really quite weird that Donald Trump still cares about not winning an Emmy. the president is far too busy to give much thought to Baldwin's Emmy win on Sunday — or his taunting of Trump for all those years without an award. the U.N. spends too much money and has too many staffers, and declares: "We are not seeing results in line with this investment." (The royal "we.") Trump White House Staff Payroll Nearly $36 Million And Top-Heavy" heaviest at the very top! Some people ride trump kinda hard! The greater your weight, the lower your IQ, say scientists. obesity is associated with low intellectual ability... predictors of obesity in early adulthood: a longitudinal study." Face it, Trump is fat and stupid.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Hope Hicks are among the aides Mueller is interested in interviewing. a myriad of ties between Trump associates and Russian officials.
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
There are some (not me) who believe Trump has a clue. "When Trump said 'They'll let you do anything. Grab em by the pussy' liberals have a hard time understanding women are sexually attracted to millionaire playboy philanthropists* as opposed to themselves because they're such 'Good guys' so the consent bit of 'let you do' goes over their heads." [*Dreams of minimal adequacy - live on oh cultie of dumpster trumpism!] Apparently even Irma avoided Trump. Katy Tur’s book is out today. Tur spent 500-plus days covering Donald Trump on the campaign trail. She was singled out by Trump at rallies. He gave her an unwelcome kiss before a segment of “Morning Joe.” He performed at campaign rallies as Tur looked on. And he gave one of the primary campaign’s more memorable, cruel and condescending interviews to Tur. Writing Unbelievable, Tur says, was the hardest thing she’s ever done, quite a feat given the experiences recorded in its pages: It’s a behind-the-scenes account of the nearly two grueling years Tur spent on the campaign trail with Donald Trump, as the first national television news reporter assigned to cover him. “It’s a truth of beat reporting: The bigger your subject gets, the bigger you get.” When she signed on to cover Trump, it was on a lark, and Tur, a political novice who’d been working in London as a foreign correspondent, was as long a shot as her candidate. By the end, Trump was the very unlikely leader of the free world, and Tur, having survived the ultimate trial by fire, was a rising star, famous both for her dogged reporting (she won a Walter Cronkite Award in March) and for being a particular thorn in Trump’s side, among his favorite targets in his bitter crusade against the “crooked” mainstream media. “I think the role of the press is to be critical and not to accept everything at face value,” Tur told Salon’s Amanda Marcotte during a live “Salon Talks” interview today. “And that’s why politicians don’t like the press. It’s not like all politicians love reporters. They all probably hate us, or at least can’t stand us some of the time. Presidential candidates have always gone after the media. But he did it in a much more personal and direct way that put people’s lives in danger.” A ton of interviews here. Trump was faking adequacy.
Monday, September 11, 2017
“Con artists are motivated by a desire to be the center of attention and the power that gives them the ability to manipulate others.” (Maria Konnikova, author of "The Confidence Game)