Being president is too hard for Trump
RE: Trump and Comey
Phew — close call. FBI head Comey should be thanking his lucky stars! He may be one of the few who come out of the Trump administration fiasco with some integrity left. (Ironically, Trump was willing to keep Flynn on until the story broke in the news despite prior serious security warnings ... hmmm.)
The thought that a Third World War could be set off with something called a “tweet” is mind-boggling.
It seems one lie begets another in close succession, each one more bizarre than the last. Dozens of surrogates repeating lies does not magically create facts.
Filling a swamp with billionaires does not turn the swamp into a luxury swimming pool.
Why is it that the most insecure people are the biggest bullies? When did “alternative facts” become synonymous with truth?
There is no joy in watching a human being implode on the world stage.
It is obvious that Trump wanted to win at all costs, but he really didn’t want to “be” president. Too much work. Can’t boss people around like a blustery business mogul. Have to act within the law. No wonder Trump says he misses his old life.
Remember the adage: one rotten apple can spoil the barrel. Some of the apples in that barrel were good, honest apples — how will they end up is anybody’s guess. Paula Kent Kuchmey, Caledonia