“Stable Genius” cannot read aloud from the Constitution, but he can do his campaign rally shtick riffing from a teleprompter. Perhaps he prefers having “Two Corinthians” powers rather than the unlimited power he claims to have from Article II of the US Constitution. Not to be confused with today’s two articles of impeachment delivered to the US Senate.
Washington Post reporters Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig have a new book about the Trump presidency, “A Very Stable Genius,” based on hundreds of hours of interviews with more than 200 sources, and much of it backed by documentary evidence.
In one episode from the book, Trump agreed early in his presidency to take part in an HBO documentary featuring judges, lawmakers and all the living presidents reading aloud from the Constitution.
But Trump struggles and stumbles over the words, according to the book, and blames others in the room for his bungling.
“It’s like a foreign language,” he complained, according to the book.
“He can do anything he wants to do”
Trumps alternate reality, is clashing with reality 2020. He's about to find out, why Article 1 is the Congress, ( the peoples elected representatives). And why the founding father created the countries, Executive Representative as Article 2. Not wanting a king, or dictator etc. pic.twitter.com/cKKy9inxFp
— Rick Jones (@otmosq) January 15, 2020
This OMB Commander-in-Chief “argument” — the scare quotes are deliberate — is about as ludicrous as Trump’s notion that Article II gives him the magical power to do whatever he wants. https://t.co/nlcimBI5G6
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) December 30, 2019
2 Corinthians 3:17 “Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.”