Sunday Humor (“Facts”)

Sunday Humor (“Facts”)

What's that old saying? "You're entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts." Well, Kellyanne strongly disagrees. The exact quote: You're saying it's a falsehood, and Sean Spicer, our press secretary, gave alternative facts to that. So there's your weekend "WTF" moment.
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  1. In large corporate environment a tyrannical leader/owner becomes used to being able to dictate and shape the corporate reality to match his perception of what “reality” best serves himself and his interests. Trump is exactly this type of corporate denizen. It is totally expected that he will be frustrated, distracted, confrontational, aggressive and overwhelmed to find out that the world of bureaucratic politics (of which he has no inclusive or functional experience). This includes how to deal with political world’s symbiotic media that aren’t impressed by or a function of his previous corporate world or his misconceptions of the dictatorial powers that he thinks he brought with him from the Trump Tower to the White House.

    On his current path of petty reactionary responses in contradicting easily observed, verifiable and undeniable realities – like his crowd sizes – Trump is far more likely to be “drained by the swamp” than the other way around. At best he is trying to not only constantly shift reality to his perception, he is simply creating a new swamp to own, and one which the old swamp will simply move into – as it always has. Trump is a rank amateur in geopolitics and or leading by example (not a requirement of the corporate ownership) making Trump his own worst enemy and most likely – the country’s. Perhaps, the best news for the world is the man looks like a walking massive heart attack.

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