Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Trumps lists: let the chaos prevail!

A majority of voters think President Donald Trump's administration is in chaos.

The Morning Consult/Politico poll found that 60% of registered voters think Trump's administration is running "… chaotically" or "very chaotically." Just 33% of voters said the administration is running somewhat well or very well.

Most Democrats and Independents thought Trump was running a chaotic ship,

while most Republicans thought the Trump ship is neither listing nor sinking.

"No WH chaos!" Trump tweeted Monday morning (right outa his a$$).

"A great day at the White House!" he added later Monday night.

The Priebus firing illustrated how Trump's attempts to merge his New York Jerk attitude and elitist family with the diplomatic environment of Washington had floundered or flopped.

He has clearly sided with himself alone over ways of dealing with the nation's capital.

The previous week was complete chaos -- plain and simple. Trumps' already-manic tweeting reached new lows as he went after Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from RussiaGate.

The only Washington insider remaining in Trump's inner circle is Kellyanne Conway, a pollster-turned-strategist. Aside from Conway, the Trump inner circle is composed of family (Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner) and a lone political outsider (Steve Bannon).

Kelly's appointment as chief of staff is reflective of Trump's long-running fascination with military men in his upper ranks.

Anthony Scaramucci was toast as a result.

I heard on the radio today that: "No sane president would let Scaramucci within 100 miles of a functioning white house."

1. We do not have a sane president.

2. We do not have a functioning white house.

Therefore, Trump picking Anthony Scaramucci is logical.

Trump believes, despite public opinion being to the contrary, that his first six months in office includes many accomplishments -- that lack of agreement over his “successes” is reflected in the historically low poll numbers.

What's clear is that what Trump is doing isn't working.

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