- Oct 11, 2008
I like this one.If Presidential press conferences are eligible to compete in the National Book Awards, the Goodreads Choice Awards and/or the PEN/Faulkner Awards for Fiction, I would like to nominate this one. It included "Hoax!" and "Witch hunt!" and "perfect phone call" and "Fake news!" and "Fake whistleblower!" and "Highest poll numbers ever!" and.......well, let's just say this press conference is a much more creative work of fiction than The Lord Of The Rings or Alice's Adventures In Wonderland.
It was a very frustrated President who greeted reporters Friday morning before jetting off to Atlanta. I went through the transcript of Trump's remarks -- they stretched for almost a half hour -- and took note of some of his more outlandish lines. They're below.www-m.cnn.com
There are plenty of choices, covering many races, both sexes, and a wide range of ages. Should we force people to vote for Kamala Harris, because she's a younger black woman?Biden is a white man in his 70s. Warren is a white woman in her 70s. Sanders is a white man in his 70s. Trump is a white man in his 70s. Bloomberg is a white man in his 70s.
Wow, so many choices!
So you're saying he stated inaccurate facts. Fascinating.I wonder if Trump is getting blisters on his Twitter-fingers. If so, there is only one known cure: Abstinence.
Fact-checking Trump's barrage of anti-impeachment tweets
The President lashed out at Democrats and pushed misleading and false narratives about the Bidens, impeachment witnesses and his 'perfect' Ukraine call.
President Donald Trump has lashed out again at Democrats' impeachment push, tweeting a rapid-fire series of arguments in his own defense over three tweets Tuesday morning.www.cnn.com
Trump claimed to not know the indicted Giuliani associates. He's met them at least 10 times.
Inauguration galas, an intimate dinner, and a White House party: Trump's 10 interactions with indicted Giuliani associatesPresident Donald Trump has had at least 10 encounters with Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, the indicted associates of Rudy Giuliani the President has adamantly claimed not to know.www.cnn.com
He was governor of Massachusetts, and an FOB (friend of Barack), on the short list for attorney general. But he wasn't well liked here, or anywhere.Since Mark Sanford is no longer running, perhaps Deval Patrick will want to use the same campaign slogan: "Who? "
The big dummy!Since Mark Sanford is no longer running, perhaps Deval Patrick will want to use the same campaign slogan: "Who? "