I think that was the most disgraceful collection of degenerates and idiots that has ever been gathered together at the White House, with the possible exception of when Donald J. Trump dined alone. –S.Kenawe, with apologies to JFK.
Thursday, January 12, 2017
FAKE AND DISGUSTING TRUMP
PEE-OTUS,Trump, gave a chaotic, crude, boorish, vindictive press conference on Wednesday. He called out CNN and others for "fake" news, calling allegations on the dossier published by Buzzfeed "disgusting."
Please, America, do not forget that the man who made those accusations during that chaotic and embarrassing presser was the same man who, for five long shameful years spread FAKE rumors and FAKE news about President Obama's birth certificate.
Remember when he told America and the world that his people were finding "amazing things" about President Obama's birth certificate and then absolutely nothing came from it?
Donald Trump is the champion of FAKE.
FAKE: Trump University: Donald Trump had to pay $25 million to settle a lawsuit against him for his FAKE TRUMP UNIVERSITY.
Donald Trump told the American people he would release his taxes after he became president: FAKE!
Donald Trump is the champion of everything that is FAKE.
DISGUSTING, said the man who told a radio shock jock that it was okay to call his young daughter "a piece of ass."
Trump needed to bring his own cheering section to a press conference to give the appearance of enthusiastic support. FAKE CHEERING:
The president-elect packs his news conference with paid aides ready to jeer reporters.
Trump press event a theatre of the absurd
NEW YORK -- Donald Trump was met with a rousing round of applause when he exited the elevators Wednesday at Trump Tower for his first press conference in 167 days. But that enthusiastic greeting came from supporters and members of his own staff, not the estimated hundreds of reporters who gathered to ask him questions.
Trump's family waited in the wings of the stage to his right, while senior advisers including Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer and Steve Mnuchin stood to the left, out of view of the cameras. A small, vocal group clustered near Trump's family by the elevators acted as cheerleaders for the President-elect for the duration of the hour-long event, laughing heartily at his jokes and responding aloud to his rhetorical questions.
When Trump asked if Russian president Vladimir Putin would have found Hillary Clinton to be a greater adversary, a few of his staffers called out "no!" His mention of his longtime secretary, Rhona Graff, while he recalled how he set up his own test to smoke out any leakers on his staff after a meeting with U.S. intelligence officials was also met with a knowing chuckle.
This chorus of affirmation made a jarring contrast to the adversarial tone of the press conference itself. Trump refused to take questions from a reporter from CNN, which he branded "fake news," and from BuzzFeed, which he called a "failing pile of garbage."
HERE'S AMERICA'S CHAMPION OF FAKE AND DISGUSTING: