“And I have to be nice otherwise I’ll get criticized for speaking poorly about our courts,” Trump says, right before being very un-nice by pointing to the press and calling them “the most dishonest people in the world.”
Last week, we said the following about Donald Trump's "Muslim Ban 2.0":
Well on Wednesday night, just hours before the administration's "revised" travel ban was set to take effect, it was blocked by a federal judge. You can read the full story here.
While Trump's head didn't literally explode, he did go "full-dictator" at a campaign rally in Nashville. Behold... an autocrat does Music City:
So let's just go through that. The very first thing he does there is call into question the legitimacy of the judiciary (again).
He then moves immediately to reinforce the notion that the press is the "enemy of the American people" because the media is annoyingly predisposed to criticizing a President that for all intents and purposes is suggesting that he may just try and dissolve the 9th Circuit.
"And I have to be nice otherwise I'll get criticized for speaking poorly about our courts," Trump says, right before being very un-nice by pointing to the press and calling them "the most dishonest people in the world."
Then he starts screaming. Literally. Ranting, ravi
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