It’s been a bad few weeks for Dum-Dum Trump. Could it get any worse? Just wait and see.
Former White House adviser (Republican) Steve Bannon has described the Trump Organization as a criminal entity and predicted that investigations into the president’s finances will lead to Trump’s political downfall, when he is revealed to be “not the billionaire he said he was, just another scumbag”.
(Republican) Robert Mueller just testified that he disagreed with Trump’s Atty Gen Barr’s conclusion that Trump was innocent of a crime concerning obstruction of justice and Russian tampering in the 2016 election. Mueller said Congress must decide on Trump’s crimes, alluding to impeachment as the next constitutional step.
Calls for the impeachment of Humpty Trumpty grow louder as 1000 former federal prosecutors say Trump must be indicted on obstruction of justice charges.
Spoiled brat Trump said he knew nothing about disrespecting a legendary war hero by putting a tarp over the name of the USS John McCain battleship. Of course lying Trump didn’t know. Just like he didn’t know about the hush money payment to a porn actress or the 2016 negotiations to build a Trump tower in Moscow. We now know these were just two of over 10,000 lies Trump has regurgitated since 2016.
(Republican) Meghan McCain said it best, “Trump is a child who will always be deeply threatened by the greatness of my Dad’s incredible life.”
Low IQ Trump was caught misspelling simple words like “Kentucky” and “accomplishments.” Once he misspelled his third wife’s name as “Melanie.” Trump’s former Business and Finance Professor at the University of Pennsylvania said Trump was one of the dumbest students he ever had. Former Sec of State (Republican) Rex Tillerson felt the same describing Trump as a bleeping moron.
As Trump Republicans swirl down the toilet, I now understand what Hillary Clinton meant in 2016 when she said, “Donald Trump is unfit to be President.”
So sad to watch the GOP implode because of a scumbag like Trump. I can already hear the 2020 campaign chants, “Lock him up, lock him up.”