While scanning the various sites obsessed with Donald Trump hatred one does tend to come to the conclusion that there really is such a thing as Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Morning Joe has Trump on a suicide watch:
But it was former Ted Cruz presidential campaign spokesman, Rick Tyler — now a regular MSNBC contributor — who had the sharpest words.“Joe, if I were a political consultant looking at a candidate who had these kind of numbers, I’d have him on 24-hour suicide watch. These numbers are not good. They don’t look recoverable The administration and the vice president can complain about the New York Times story but we wouldn’t have this story if the president’s polls numbers were in the mid fifties, high fifties, or low sixties”You remember Tyler:
Tyler was picked up by MSNBC shortly after being fired by the Cruz campaign for spreading fake news about then-rival Marco Rubio.CNN has a new poll out claiming that Americans don't trust Trump:
The new poll says that only 38% of Americans approve of the Trump Administration’s performance so far, while 56% say they disapprove. This is broken down further by indicators that only 24% of people strongly approve of Trump, 14% moderately approve, 9% moderately disapprove, and a whopping 47% strongly disapprove.The poll also asked contributors about whether they think the White House tells the truth. The findings indicate that only 24% of Americans can say they trust the Trump Administration, while 73% believe the White House is partially, if not, completely untruthful. The poll also notes that there’s been a 14% decrease in Republicans who strongly support the president.And that pompous elitist ass Fareed Zakaria says he got it wrong- he missed how stupid, uneducated hicks were going to vote Trump instead of the voting for the anointed queen:
More findings show that 36% of the participants believe Trump’s presidency has been successful, while 59% see it as a failure. Only 34% consider Trump someone they are proud to call president, and 55% think he has lowered the stature of the office.
Zakaria examined not just his own failure in predicting the election outcome, but how the media at large didn’t see it coming.However, while Zakaria admits that he got the election wrong, the CNN host still refers to Trump voters as “tribal” and claimed the election was a referendum against “educated” people living in diverse urban cities — or the coastal elites, as many Trump voters affectionately call them.Yeah, that same old white population - the same old white guys- who founded this country and made it what it is.
His investigation into Trump’s support found that they feel “deeply resentful about the direction the country is going in and the people who run the country… Donald Trump is their guy.”
In a CNN opinion piece promoting his special, Zakaria added onto his critique of Trump voters by saying that a rise in minority populations and a promotion of LGBT rights are worrying “a segment of the older, white population, which fears that the national culture they grew up with is fading.”
Maxine Waters has Trump impeached every day- certainly by December:
Waters said that she saw Trump was a “deplorable human being” early in the campaign and didn’t have any “good” values. She continued that right after Trump got elected, she started talking about impeaching him because “not only the way that he conducted himself during the campaign, but we learned a lot about his allies and his associates who had ties to Russia and to the Ukraine and to oil. And so, I knew that this was someone who had been involved with collusion with the Russians in undermining our democracy.”She added, “I believe it is possible to impeach him. How long is it going to take? I don’t know, but I give it to about December. … Our new Special Counsel, Mr. Mueller, has empaneled a grand jury, as you know, as of yesterday. And they will be involved with investigations and they can do indictments also. So, little by little, drip by drip, it’s happening.”And once she "gets" Trump, she'll 'get" Pence.
The media continues its efforts to invalidate the election because it didn't go their way:
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