So clearly, anyone who is still clinging to the idea that it was a "tremendous" idea to let failed businessman, failed mail order steak salesman, for-profit college con artist, failed professional football team owner, successful reality TV host, and WWE hall of fame inductee Donald Trump try his hand at being President is either lying to you or else is just completely disconnected from reality.
On Thursday, the President kicked things off at 6:19 a.m. by telling 50 million Twitter followers that he would doubtlessly prevail in hand-to-hand combat with Joe Biden. That right there should have been a hint as to how the rest of the day was going to go.
By lunchtime, Trump had lost the lead lawyer on the Mueller investigation as John Dowd reportedly resigned in disgust at the President's unwillingness to listen to reason when it comes to the relative wisdom of sitting across the table from Robert Mueller and answering questions about collusion, obstruction of justice, and (probably) all manner of financial crimes.
Then came the tariff announcement, which was hilariously pitched as some semblance of conciliatory thanks to what amounts to a technicality and also because
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