Never forget, it’s public service. Something Trump has never, ever, ever done. Ever. That was reason 1.
Tuesday saw two more manifestations of why it was completely irresponsible to vote for the orange man.
- His response to crazy North Korean leader’s crazy was to match crazy for crazy instead of calm, cool, sane leadership.
President Trump’s threat to unleash “fire and fury” against North Korea sent a shudder through Asia on Wednesday, raising alarm among allies and adversaries and, to some observers, making the possibility of military conflict over the North’s nuclear program seem more real.
Now hopefully somebody explained Hiroshima and Nagasaki to him. We’ll know soon when he announces:
Turns out we did drop nuclear weapons before. Nobody knew. Over Japan, a long time ago Harry Truman, a Democrat, dropped some bombs. Some say good move, some say bad move. Incredible power, total devastation. I mean nobody knew what these things would do and people are saying that it’s unthinkable to use them again. Did you know that? Nobody knew. Unthinkable is strong. I mean I can think good.
2. Trump’s attention deficit disorder turns out is limited to anything he needs to know, like briefings on critical issues. Those have to be limited to a half page, a page at most, with pictures and charts. But he has limitless ability to absorb and limitless need to consume positive propaganda about himself.
Twice a day since the beginning of the Trump administration, a special folder is prepared for the president. The first document is prepared around 9:30 a.m. and the follow-up, around 4:30 p.m. Former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former Press Secretary Sean Spicer both wanted the privilege of delivering the 20-to-25-page packet to President Trump personally, White House sources say.
He is literally the absolute last person to allow into the Oval Office, the worst possible personality make up for a president you can imagine.
But here we are.