When Donald Trump was a little boy, his father thought it was funny to watch him fight. When Trump was in grade school, a neighbor woman found him throwing rocks at her baby she had left in his playpen in the backyard. When, the future president got older, his behavior was no longer cute, and his parents sent him to military school. Somewhere along the line, Trump learned that if someone hits him, he hits back 10 times harder, which he is doing right before the country’s eyes.
The president’s one-month-old Attorney General William Barr took less than 100 words from the Mueller report and crowned Trump free and clear of all charges. Rather than celebrate and move on, the commander-in-chief turned around and has started extracting revenge on his perceived enemies.
Trump tweeted that the Mueller investigation was “phony and fraudulent:”
‘Everybody is asking how the phony and fraudulent investigation of the No Collusion, No Obstruction Trump Campaign began. We need to know for future generations to understand. This Hoax should never be allowed to happen to another President or Administration again!’
Chair of the House Intelligence committee Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) has been catching up the committee’s work, which the Republicans ignored for two years. In Trump’s ugly manner, he began a man, who just gave one of the all-time memorial speeches, grammar school names. The commander-in-chief tweeted:
‘Outrageous, it’s the Adam Schiff problem. People abusing the access to classified data to then go out in public and make allegations that didn’t prove to be true. You look at a decision to essentially investigate a political rival. Who made it?” James Freeman,
Trump made up an excuse to go after those who were simply doing their jobs. The FBI always checks out incidents involving Russia and possible collusion. It was not enough that Trump fired former FBI director James Comey and stripped former CIA director John Brennan of his security clearance. Now, POTUS wants blood
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