High-ranking official admits no one will be at the wheel of the White House soon: ‘I don’t know who is going to be here’

It’s starting to get really lonely. Unfortunately for Trump he doesn’t have a dog to keep him company. He doesn’t like animals either:

Los Angeles Times reporter Eli Stokols revealed one high-ranking White House official is concerned President Donald Trump won’t have any staff left by the end of January.

During an MSNBC discussion, Stokols noted the president is closing out 2018 in a “much weaker position” than he began the year.

And apparently he won’t be missed while he is in the White House sulking all by himself:

The magazine spoke to one longtime member who said that Trump’s presence in the club can actually lead to more complications than anything. While the president is undoubtedly the biggest draw of the club and the party — with many members paying the $200,000 initiation fee and $14,000 annual dues simply to be near the president and have access to him — the member said it will be quieter and simpler without him there.

Retired General Stanley McChrystal: I think Trump is Immoral

The generals are increasingly calling out Trump. They realize he is a scoundrel and unpatriotic:

Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal said Sunday that he believes President Trump is “immoral,” and that he would not join the administration if asked.

“It’s important for me to work for people who I think are basically honest, who tell the truth as best they know it,” McChrystal said on ABC’s “This Week.”

“I don’t think he tells the truth,” he added.

Donald Trump will be impeached in 2019, says ′prediction professor′

He’s right, again. That’s my prediction as well:

The US president’s basic conduct and politics are unlikely to change in 2019, but the new Democrat-controlled House of Representatives, coupled with the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller, will lead to the impeachment of Donald Trump, predicts Allan Lichtman.

“I think it’s more likely than not he will get impeached,” the American University professor told DW.

After previously predicting 30 years of presidential elections correctly, Lichtman became a media phenomenon when he — against mainstream wisdom — predicted early on that Trump would win in 2016.

The Food and Service at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Resort Is—You Guessed It—Terrible

This man is disgusting in every way every day:

At Mar-a-Lago, President Trump would have been greeted with bad service and worse food, according to a report from Laurence Leemer, author of the upcoming book Mar-a-Lago: Inside the Gates of Power at Donald Trump’s Presidential Palace, out in January. Leemer, not a Mar-a-Lago member but a frequent guest, writes for Vanity Fair that the resort is rather unpleasant for its esteemed members these days.

“The service is terrible, if you’re not in, like, the four tables around the president, forget it,” one longtime member told him. “The servers aren’t well-trained. You have to beg for water. The food is the same menu year after year. People complain about it. It’s just not good.”

Let’s not forget about the ‘undocumented’ people who work at his ‘palace’ and complain about The Donald:

A two-week long anti-immigrant twitter tirade launched by President Donald Trump from the living room at Mar-a-Lago on Thanksgiving morning ended abruptly on Thursday when two undocumented immigrants from Central America revealed they had worked for years as housekeepers at the president’s private golf club in Bedminster, N.J.

The White House declined to comment on the women’s claims to the New York Times that they had worked as part of a group of housekeeping, maintenance and landscaping employees that included a number of undocumented workers at the club.

 

UN Special Rapporteur: Donald Trump ‘worst perpetrator’ of fake news

It took the UN to state the obvious. Trump, like any good dictator, uses propaganda to gain and keep power. That’s what makes him so dangerous:

The President of the United States is the “worst” perpetrator of misinformation on the internet, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Opinion David Kaye said in an interview published today.

“Governments are real offenders when it comes to disinformation,” said Kaye. “In my own country, the United States, the worst perpetrator of false information is the President of the United States.”

Is FOX News Turning Against Donald Trump?

Today on Neal Cavuto’s FOX program the host did something that you rarely see on the station that helped create Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy. Cavuto proceeded to politely destroy the arguments made by the President’s most loyal
Congressional  lapdog, Devin Nunes:

That subject came up on Friday afternoon’s edition of Your World with Neil Cavuto, as Nunes phoned in to parrot the Flynn team’s talking points.

First, Nunes insisted that Flynn didn’t lie, and that the FBI agents who interviewed Flynn didn’t think he’d lied at the time.

Cavuto said, “I know how much you honor the guy, praise the guy, very illustrious career. But he admitted he lied, he did lie. He told investigators he lied. That’s just the reality, right?”

“Right, but it’s also called ‘entrapment,’ If he admitted he lied in the investigation…” Nunes replied.
“No one had a gun to his head, though, sir, you know what I’m saying?” Cavuto interrupted.

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President Trump Really May Go to Jail—For the Rest of His Life

Anything less than life would be a travesty of justice. The harm this fiend has done to our republic cannot be overstated:

Nearly two years ago, in the first month of Donald J. Trump’s presidency, I touched off a firestorm by telling the public what our Intelligence Community—publicly attacked as Nazis by our 45th president on the eve of his inauguration—felt about their new commander-in-chief. As I tweeted, passing on the viewpoint of a senior IC official: “He will die in jail.”

This utterance outraged the president’s defenders and was considered outré, even though everybody in the IC I’ve encountered who’s familiar with the Trump case—not a short list—feels similarly. America’s spies before Trump took his oath of office concluded that the Kremlin helped elect the president, and the IC, which deals in facts rather than spin, has never wavered on this point.