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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Living the Trump nightmare

Each week, most Americans brace for more bad news from The Trump White House. Something less than 51% of the population continues to go along and embrace the American travesty as it unfolds. Many are blinded by ignorance and bigotry, cowering behind the notion of faithfulness to God, I guess. They ignore the Constitutional right to freedom of religion and belief. Liberty and freedom for all are short-circuited by this anti-American regime.

It is against the law to call for a violent overthrow. It is lawful and appropriate to register resistance through peaceful protests.

Many Americans, a minority, are pirated by the renegade regime that now holds power over the nation. Foreign governments in the free world express a pall over the rapidly deteriorating Democracy in America.

The opposition to Trump, the 'so-called' President, and his Republicans in the Congress is growing stronger. Soon, a nationwide strike will happen to register their voice in numbers. The White House will not acknowledge the facts. However, some members of Congress in the Republican ranks may begin to seek the middle ground and try to represent the interests of Americans and not those that are bought for them by oligarchs.

"Leaks Suggest Trump’s Own Team Is Alarmed By His Conduct 
White House leaks are common, but leakers suggesting the president might be unfit for office are not.
02/07/2017 09:30 pm ET
Senior White House Correspondent, The Huffington Post
Christina Wilkie, White House reporter, The Huffington Post 
President Donald Trump appears to take great joy in some aspects of the presidency but can also register great irritation at annoyances. 
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump was confused about the dollar: Was it a strong one that’s good for the economy? Or a weak one?
So he made a call ― except not to any of the business leaders Trump brought into his administration or even to an old friend from his days in real estate. Instead, he called his national security adviser, retired Lt. Gen., Mike Flynn, according to two sources familiar with Flynn’s accounts of the incident.
Flynn has a long record in counterintelligence but not in macroeconomics. And he told Trump he didn’t know, that it wasn’t his area of expertise, that, perhaps, Trump should ask an economist instead." 
The Huffington Post 

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