"Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer." --
Having lost an election they thought they would win and unable to get over it; having been staggeringly wrong about their predictions that a Trump presidency would be the end of global economies; now putting faith in a special counsel to bring down the president with evidence that looks increasingly dubious, the left has taken refuge in the only shelter available to them: the president is off his rocker, mad, crazy, unstable and therefore the 25th Amendment must be invoked and Trump removed from office.
Is that the best they've got? Let's see them run on that platform this November and in 2020.
The latest entry to the "wild and crazy guy"
A number of current and former White House insiders, including the president, have stated publicly they were never interviewed. Some who may have been interviewed say the quotes attributed to them are wrong. Again, Wolff should roll the tape.
If what's written in "Fire and Fury" is accurately transcribed, what motivated those Wolff allegedly interviewed to undermine, even betray, the president? What did they hope to gain? Democratic administrations are not known for behaving this way. What prompted such Republican disloyalty?
In the book's prologue, as noted by
"Sometimes," he writes, "I have let the players offer their versions, in turn allowing the reader to judge them. In other instances I have, through a consistency in the accounts and through sources I have come to trust, settled on a version of events I believe to be true."
As noted by
People tend to pay attention only to those views and accusations that reinforce their own beliefs. Most conservatives read conservative newspapers, listen to talk radio and watch
"This is the reaction of people not in charge," he said. "These are people that have lost touch. They've lost their grip. Because Trump is threatening the little fiefdom they've created. They've set it up so that they're the experts and nobody else can possibly understand what they're doing. ... And in less than a year, Trump has come in and run rings around them, and that poses such a big threat, he's got to go."
Limbaugh noted that some of the same things being said about Trump were said about
With so many things going well for the administration, especially on the economy, jobs, unemployment and the defeat of