Trump can't get out of his own way.
When President Barack Obama tells a conference audience his own formula for presidential success, it is a given that all minds will turn to Captain Tweetsalot.
Who you gonna believe, him or your lyin' eyes?
On "Fox News Sunday," Trump tried to make belief holding the Senate and picking up a few seats in heavy red states was more historic then losing almost forty congressional seats to flip the House back to the Democrats.
Politico seems to think Republicans are shocked by behavior they've enabled all along.
The narcissist in chief told the press that he's not going to blame himself because the Republican led Congress can't get the job done.
Workers had enough of Trump's braggadocio and let him know about it.
He was thrilled to have the endorsement of the 'job-creator' in 2012. Now Willard plans to lambaste Trump as a fraud and a phony. Pot meet kettle.
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James Wolcott Whenever Howard Fineman strays into the truth and says something negative about Bush, Zeitgeist sniffers jump to the conclusion that Dub