You just can’t make this stuff up. It has been a crazy 24 hours or so and I mean crazy literally. The White House botched a conference call that was supposed to talk about the Iran deal. If you haven’t heard Rachel Maddow’s opener about this tonight you should check it out. It gave me a few laughs. (Sorry I couldn’t figure out how to link to it)
Then the White House apparently faked Dear Leader’s doctor report but used undoctor like language and misspelled the Doctor’s first name (Ronnie instead of Ronny) so everyone could tell it was faked.
This followed reports earlier today that before he was Dear Leader he tried to have sex with three porn stars (while married to Melania who had just had his child) at a golf event and managed to actually sexually assault one, Jessica Drake. He did succeed with one but we found out she was paid hush money by Michael Cohen just before the 2016 election. www.msnbc.com/…
And of course this followed all the “shitty” stuff from yesterday and all the playing out drama from that.
Now CNN reports that Trump tried to get James O’Keefe (the “dirty tricks” filmmaker, remember him?) to infiltrate Columbia Unuversity in Dear Leader’s desperate quest to find out anything fake about Obama that we are all too familiar with. O’Keefe turned him down in what sounds like a laughable attempt at ‘journalistic integrity” but still. At this time he had already been convicted for trying to break into Mary Landrieu’s office in Louisiana.
All along people have been comparing the current White House to former President Nixon’s. It’s almost like they are deliberately trying to see how close they can get.
From the article:
According to O’Keefe, Trump “suspected Obama had presented himself as a foreign student on application materials to ease his way into New York’s Columbia University, maybe even Harvard too, and perhaps picked up a few scholarships along the way.”
O’Keefe wrote that during the 2013 meeting Trump suggested O’Keefe infiltrate Columbia and obtain the sealed records: “‘Nobody else can get this information,'” O’Keefe quoted Trump as saying. “‘Do you think you could get inside Columbia?'”
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