The Washington Times ran a story on their website last Sunday, headlined: “Trey Goudy breaks with Trump: Russia Probe is not a “witch hunt.” Representative Goudy (R., SC) was quoted saying that he never thought it was a witch hunt and that Russia “attacked” the U.S. in 2016.
We are all biased and subjective. Some of us are idiots. This week President Donald Trump is called a traitor because of several sentences he spoke during a press conference with Russian Vladimir Putin. Mr. Trump said he was not convinced that President Putin hacked the last presidential election. That’s it.
Let’s begin by acknowledging that Monday’s joint press conference, featuring Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, was not Donald Trump’s finest hour. He once again left himself open to misinterpretation with his personally defensive responses and his after-meeting positivity toward the Russian President.
Several wonderful and rarely used words come to mind today. And, with good reason. Here are some important subjects for this perfect time: civics and sports are the order.
We live in the Age of Trump. To different people, that means different things. To true conservatives, even those who couldn’t see Donald Trump as the eventual GOP nominee, most would begrudgingly acknowledge that he is governing as a conservative. Liberal Democrats, on the other hand, see the Trump Administration as a catastrophe in the making.
Reconsidering “turmoil, time and trouble” and the evidence continues as “so so?” The obvious answer: “same old, same old,” or the reality of the age-old question “What’s New?”