Trump tweets fade into the delusion of a 'Lost Cause' presidency

The post-presidential Trumpian revisionist history continues because the grift continues, portending an attempt to attach itself to other pseudo-grievances that have persisted because of cultural and regional divisions. Trump will fundraise off a 2024 reelection myth the instant he concedes(sic), with the goal of establishing some permanent media presence. Check-out this animated map showing COVID cases…

LOSER Trump has Already Abandoned His Campaign and the Presidency

As election day draws nearer, the beads of flop sweat on Donald Trump's wrinkled brow are turning into a tsunami of orange cosmetics running down his face and turkey neck. There is the unmistakable stench of defeat emanating from him as his tweets and public commentaries grow ever more unhinged from sanity. Not that they…

Lincoln Project on Presidency revealing who you are

buy contrasting previous Presidents with Trump on their reaction to crises Clinton on OK City bombing, Olympic Park bombing G W Bush on 9/11 Obama on Sandy Hook massacre, Mother Emmanuel AME shooting Charleston contrasted with Trump on Charlottesville and Kenosha just video clips of each President speaking after the tragedies The difference is clear….

This type of speech will win Joe Biden the presidency

If Joe Biden is to win big, he will need to leverage the sacrifices made by the COVID dead into a vision of a future where we have people-centric policies. Joe Biden selective campaigning is very effective in the Trump era x x YouTube Video Watch complete episodes here. I have been loving the speeches Joe…

The game-show presidency continues at 530pm ET with more patriotic(sic) displays in DC

After yesterday’s screed on the leftist boogeymen, tonight should lean toward jingoism with the Trumpian cultural economy of bread and circuses.  IMPOTUS* claims that he will speak at 7pm ET. x President Trump promises a “special evening” in Washington including a speech, a military flyover and an enormous fireworks display. Tens of thousands could come…

Trump accidentally tells the truth about his dumpster fire of a presidency

Oh my God, can you even imagine? x President Trump: “You put the wrong person in office, you'll see things that you would not have believed are possible.” pic.twitter.com/DNQjJOkkNk— The Hill (@thehill) July 3, 2020 < p class=”is-empty-p”> TRUMP: “We built the greatest economy in the history of the world, and we’re now doing it…

New York Magazine, “Joe Biden Is Planning An FDR-Size Presidency”

New York Magazine has a must-read piece out right now: When fourth-term senator Joe Biden built his Wilmington, Delaware, home in 1996, he had no plans to turn it into a backup office, let alone a presidential-campaign isolation bunker from which to plan a crisis presidency an order of magnitude more expansive than anything in the past half-century. Now,…

Is the Trump Presidency Over?

Peter Wehner argues in The Atlantic (paywall, some free articles) that The Trump Presidency Is Over. It took until the second half of Trump’s first term, but the crisis has arrived in the form of the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s hard to name a president who has been as overwhelmed by a crisis as the…

Arms for Dirt in the shotgun-trap presidency

x Editorial cartoon:The GOP defends Trump.https://t.co/3IfREz1mIB pic.twitter.com/wvOIEaw5l1 — Las Vegas Sun (@LasVegasSun) October 8, 2019 Trump’s the guy who would sue an automaker for damages because his getaway car got a flat, just as he said he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose voters. That remains true as long as he can afford lawyers. Yesterday…

Charles M. Blow asks, “An Imperial Presidency?”

His column for today’s New York Times  is subtitled “President Trump’s free rein from political norms puts the United States at risk.” Blow has a number of brief and to the point statements about our current political situation throughout his piece, after beginning with this direct paragraph: We watch daily as the constitutional and conventional…

Primaries, shmimaries: How the Republicans might win the Presidency

The person having the greatest Number of votes for President, shall be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed; and if no person have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers not exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the…

After Four Years, What Should Obama Presidency Mean to African Americans?

As the nation marks the end of the four-year term of Barack Obama’s ascendance to the presidency, (or the beginning of a new term), we will once again be subjected to endless discussion about the significance of the nation’s first non-white president. For many African-Americans, this may be a time to again celebrate the achievement…