Many people say that Donald J. Trump is incapable of empathizing with anyone other than Donald J. Trump, but there is one exception, men who are accused of sexual assault or harassment. The case of Brett Kavanaugh is not the first case where he seems capable of truly feeling an accused man's pain.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Wednesday, September 05, 2018
"I am the most fabulous whiner. I do whine because I want to win, and I'm not happy about not winning, and I am a whiner, and I'm a whiner and I keep whining and whining until I win." -- Donald J. Trump on CNN, August 11, 2015
And just in case you think that this quote is just "Fake News" from CNN, there is video of this ultimate #FineWhiteWhine from the current resident of the White House:
This video also shows how the supremely-unqualified Trump was coddled and given free airtime by CNN and the rest of the news-hungry media in the summer of 2015.
With Bob Woodward's upcoming book, Fear: Trump in the White House, getting the current president's knickers in a twist to the point where he's attacking Woodward's credibility on Twitter, it seemed like a good time for another poll.
This time the results should be obvious and overwhelmingly lopsided (at least until the poll is discovered by Russian bots).POLL:— True Blue Liberal (@TrueBlueLiberal) September 5, 2018
Which man has established more credibility over the course of his long career, renowned #TrumpUniversity founder and prolific Twitterer @realDonaldTrump or ex-@WashingtonPost reporter and presidential biographer @realBobWoodward?
(Consider retweeting for a larger sample.)
Is attacking Carl Bernstein last week and Bob Woodward this week really the best strategy you have?— True Blue Liberal (@TrueBlueLiberal) September 4, 2018
Attacking these serious journalists didn't work for Richard Nixon during the first #Watergate scandal; it probably won't be a successful #StupidWatergate defense strategy either,