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Friday, May 19, 2017

Demoralized Presidency

President Trump brought to The White House the brand that he wore on his sleeve.

Citizens don't need or want a demoralized presidency that The Hill described today. However, staffers can't do anything about it except to sharpen their resumes.
“Some of them think it will pass, some are frustrated because they look like amateurs in responding to all of this, and some are freaked out because there is an actual investigation now,” said one GOP operative in touch with White House officials. “It’s leaks and tweets and frenzy. They wake up every day and are continually slapped in the face, and it doesn’t look like it will stop. They’re demoralized.” 
The Hill
It is a mess, and he remains delusional about it as that is his usual coping behavior. Transparency is what Trump provides endlessly.

Republicans also are covered in mustard splashed by their 'hot dog' President.



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  1. INVESTIGATORS LOOKING AT POSSIBLE COVER-UP - “Ms. Conway, did you just eat that document?” “Mnphphphph!” Matthew Schofield and Lesley Clark: “Investigators into Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential elections are now also probing whether White House officials have engaged in a cover-up, according to members of Congress who were briefed Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. That avenue of investigation was added in recent weeks after assertions by former FBI Director James Comey that President Donald Trump had tried to dissuade him from pressing an investigation into the actions of Trump’s first national security adviser, retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, members of Congress said, though it was not clear whom that part of the probe might target…. Cover-ups have traditionally been a major part of investigations that have threatened previous administrations. Articles of impeachment levied against Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton included allegations of obstruction of justice, as they were suspected of trying to hide other wrongdoing.” [McClatchy]

    The Huffington Post
    By Eliot Nelson and Jeffrey Young

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