Anyone with any common sense can see that Donald Trump’s administration is a failing, bumbling, chaotic mess. The turnover rate at the White House is absolutely embarrassing, and a lot of the upper echelon people are being investigated for various crimes, and some have already pleaded guilty to those crimes.
Just last week Jared Kushner and over thirty White House aides lost their top secret security clearances. The whole administration is in a shambles, and Trump must recognize it because when he spoke at the Gridiron Dinner last night he said:
‘So many people have been leaving the White House. It’s invigorating, since you want turnover. I like chaos. It really is good. Who’s going to be the next to leave? Steve Miller, or Melania?’
Although he joked about all his problems, in actuality he thinks he and his administration are really doing very well and accomplishing a lot…for the American people. Trump took to Twitter this afternoon and bragged about the job he’s done so far.
The Gridiron Dinner last night was great fun. I am accomplishing a lot in Washington and have never had a better time doing something, and especially since this is for the American People!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2018
The president who has accomplished the least amount in U.S. history actually bragged about all he’s done and claims he’s having a good time doing it. He’s not having fun, and he really hasn’t accomplished much during his year plus in Washington. And what he’s accomplished hasn’t been to the benefit of the majority of Americans either. He’s certainly benefited the top 10% of our wealthiest citizens, but the rest of us not so much.
As for having fun, he must be talking about the hundred days he’s spent golfing while having the American taxpayers pay for it. We would all love if someone did that for us. Other than the golf and how he’s further enriched himself and his family, he’s a fool to say he’s having fun. He and his family members have become a worldwide joke, and nearly everyone knows it.
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