“this presidency shames and disgraces the office every minute of every hour of every day. And even when it ends… the shame will stain it still.”
Like the Pepsi some 8-year-old spilled on the pale yellow couch in your front room. You knew it was a mistake to let him in there, but you did it anyway.
«Reactions to actions by Trump are always filtered through the prism of the ever more widely accepted view—within his administration, within Congress, within the United States, and around the world—that the 45th president is a reckless buffoon; a conspiratorial, racist moron, whose weird comments should be disregarded by sensible people.
They know that the president punching the retweet button like an addled retiree playing the slots through a fog of painkillers means nothing. The days of “taking Trump seriously, not literally” have long since passed. By this point, Trump is taken neither seriously nor literally. His words are as worthless as Trump Organization IOUs.»