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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Trump in summary

Nut job.

This author, analyst, and independent journalist is exhausted by frustration that the majority of American citizens who did not elect the illegitimate President have been unable to move the needle toward impeaching him.

The New Yorker describes the administration this way.
"A diary of this Administration’s alarming edicts, stumbling policy reversals, disquieting personnel decisions, frequent tantrums, and bumbling incompetence. It is an exhausting and terrifying litany." 
The New Yorker
Congress is corrupt and obstructing justice. The Treasury, FBI, and National Security Agency has failed so far to present their cases to remove Trump. The facts are all clogged up in the system that apparently doesn't know how to deal with the authoritarian who has barged right into The White House.

I wrote a book to try to motivate citizens to improve their part. Most are not reading it.

How to Select an American President by James A. George with James A. Rodger (c)2017 Archway Publishing.

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