The guy is racing around the country talking out both sides of his mouth…
He says if his party loses the House, as advertised it ain’t his fault…
You KNOW if they somehow survive he’ll claim he did it all by himself….
We have him out on stage, the place he likes best, with crowds cheering HIM onward as he just says whatever come to mind….
The staff will keep the country running, Trump never liked, as was good at that anyways….
A few hours before he went on stage, the Department of Justice announced the arrest of Cesar Sayoc in connection with a series of bombs sent to prominent critics of the president, including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Maxine Waters, and George Soros. Trump has spent the last three days cycling rapidly through perspectives on the bombing, from a somber vow to catch the perpetrator to blaming the media to suggesting that the attack was a “false flag” designed to hurt the Republican Party.
Trump started out measured in Charlotte, and tried to strike a measured tone. The only problem was that someone kept tripping him up: himself.
“Political violence must never ever be allowed in America and I will do everything in my power to stop it,” he said. “We must unify as a nation in peace, love, and in harmony.”
If you insist, Mr. President—but a good place to start would be a little reciprocal honesty. In Charlotte, Trump claimed once again that he would cut taxes 10 percent before election day, an entirely chimerical promise. He said that Democrats wanted to eliminate Medicare (if anything, they want to expand it) and to eliminate protections for people with pre-existing conditions, while saying Republicans would protect those people. In fact, the Trump administration is seeking to roll back protections, and Republicans around the country have voted to do so or sued to try to eliminate the protections. It is a remarkably brazen lie.
“The Democrats want to invite caravan after caravan of illegal immigrants into our country and they want to sign up them for free health care, welfare, and they want to sign them up for the right to vote,” Trump said.
None of this is true….
“Donald Trump is living a personal nightmare. Just days before a critical election, he finds himself unable to influence what the political press is covering,” the Daily Beastreports.
“The president has spent the last week attempting to gin up media coverage of a caravan of migrants making their way from Honduras to the Mexico-U.S. border. He’s heralded his signing of a major bill to combat the opioid epidemic. He’s touted additional—though currently nonexistent—legislation to further slash middle-class taxes.”
“But a series of real-world events—primarily the dispatch of explosive devices to numerous top Democratic officials by what appears to be an obsessive Trump fan— have overwhelmed that storyline. And it’s left Trump notably churlish.”