On Nov. 9, I vowed to stop criticizing just-elected Donald Trump and give the guy a chance to rise to the occasion of his new office.
“For at least a time,” I wrote, “I am setting aside my doubts and cynicism in order to allow Donald Trump the chance to prove me wrong and operate to the best of his ability for all Americans. After listening to his acceptance speech, I believe this is possible.”
Now, four months later, I am sad to say that my doubts and cynicism were right all along. Donald Trump has exceeded my worst fears and, I am pretty sure, your worst fears, too.
There’s no sense in trying to enumerate all the horribly thought out actions he and his chief manipulator, Steve Bannon, have foisted on the American public. Nor Trump’s crazed rants and lies.
President Donald Trump cemented the case against himself Saturday morning when he actually publicly accused former President Obama of “wire tapping” his New York Trump Tower.
Gotta say this, folks, the president of the United States is pretty clearly delusional, and really needs a psychiatric evaluation. But how do you get that done?