Buckle up, it’s about to get more turbulent than ever

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Earlier in the week, “President” Donald J. Trump revoked the press credentials of Jim Acosta after the White House used doctored footage from Infowars to defend that decision. On Friday, the unhinged, craziest person in the United States had an angry meltdown on the White House lawn. Trump denied having any interactions with Acting Attorney General Whitaker, which is not true. He fired back, asking why Special Counsel Robert Mueller was not Senate confirmed. (He is not required to be.)

Trump took off his figurative white hood for the third time this week, calling April Ryan a “loser” and said Ryan “doesn’t know what the hell she’s doing.” Trump defended using the Infowars tape usage, arguing that it is not doctored. Trump then attacked President Barack Obama, saying he will never forgive Obama for “what he did to our United States military by not funding it properly.”

Trump next attacked George Conway, who is a very accomplished attorney who for example represented Paula Jones in her lawsuit against President Bill Clinton, and happens to be Kellyanne Conway’s husband. Finally, in another racist rant, when CNN reporter Abby Phillip asked Trump questions about Acting Attorney General Whitaker, Phillip asked Trump, “do you want [Whitaker] to rein in Mueller,” Trump responded, “What a stupid question. I watch you a lot, you ask a lot of stupid questions.”

Outside of the White House lawn tantrum and tirade, Trump also weighed in on the races in Florida and Georgia, tweeting: “You mean they are just now finding votes in Florida and Georgia – but the Election was on Tuesday? Let’s blame the Russians and demand an immediate apology from President Putin!” Trump is acting very unstable, very unhinged, and when this happens, it usually means one thing- some bad news is coming out and he is going to be in more trouble. We have a dangerous madman at the helm of the nation. Buckle up, it is going to be turbulent.

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