Donald Trump started slandering John Bolton, his former White House Chief of Staff, (who replaced General John Kelly, who replaced Reince Priebus) with his usual, predictable rant: John Bolton? Don't know him. Who was he?
Trump's slander rant will probably sound like: Lots of people work for me. And they take pictures with me. People always want to have a picture taken with me. This Bolton guy? I hardly knew him. If he were in a group picture of White House staffers, I wouldn’t know him from the window cleaner or the gardener. But he doesn’t know what he’s talking about, and he's a liar.
Or words like that.
“I never told John Bolton that the aid to Ukraine was tied to investigations into Democrats, including the Bidens. In fact, he never complained about this at the time of his very public termination. If John Bolton said this, it was only to sell a book. With that being said, the…”
Donald Trump is always self-serving where truth is concerned. It's like hitting a piñata and seeing what falls out. All the candy is mine. The taxpayer can have the wrappers.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, first in class at West Point, proved his manhood when arguing with a lady reporter from PBS. Give the General another star!
Trump voiced his approval with: “You did a good job on her.”
This guy speaks thug like a natural; more Gambino crime family tough talk. He should have used tough talk on his bone spurs.
After Trump expressed his approval of abusing a woman, lawyer Alan Dershowitz ("I kept my shorts on while getting a massage on Jeffrey Epstein’s island.") sitting behind Pompeo, gave Pompeo a tap on the shoulder, signifying: Atta boy! Or, way to go! Or, see me? I’m one of the guys, too!
So John Bolton is a liar. Michael Cohn is a liar. Michael Flynn, who committed perjury, is still a good man, but if he testifies against Trump, he’s a liar too.
Like a massage, while wearing shorts, justice moves slowly, but eventually, there is a judicious ending.
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