Donald Trump reaches a whole new treasonous low
“President” Donald Trump checked in with his “PP” (Puppetmaster Putin) on Friday, reportedly speaking with Putin for as long as ninety minutes. Given Trump’s penchant and practice of not keeping records of his conversations with world leaders, we might not ever know what the discussion included. However, on one topic, we know that no discussion was had- warning Putin and Russia not to interfere in the 2020 election. It is clear that Trump welcomes such conduct, and that not a single person in the GOP will say a word to challenge the Corruptus Maximus.
Trump claimed that Putin sort of smiled when he said that the Russia investigation started as a mountain and ended as a mouse. Trump also said that Putin knows there was no collusion.
Trump stated to the media, after calling one of the questioners “very rude,” that they “discussed five or six things. We also went into great detail on various things.”
Trump gloated about his Puppetmaster, tweeting: “Very good call yesterday with President Putin of Russia. Tremendous potential for a good/great relationship with Russia, despite what you read and see in the Fake News Media. Look how they have misled you on “Russia Collusion.” The World can be a better and safer place. Nice!”
His BFF, Kim Jong Un, perhaps upset that Trump had not spent ninety minutes on a call with him, decided to launch short-range missiles to test. Trump, rather than being upset or concerned, decided to tweet about that on Saturday morning: “Anything in this very interesting world is possible, but I believe that Kim Jong Un fully realizes the great economic potential of North Korea, & will do nothing to interfere or end it. He also knows that I am with him & does not want to break his promise to me. Deal will happen!”
Corruptus Maximus likes his friends to be corrupt criminals from other nations. And the GOP yawned, apparently having forgotten the Reagan era of Russia and the Soviet Union and North Korea not being our friends.
Daniel is a lawyer writing and teaching about SCOTUS, and is the author of the book “The Chief Justices” about the SCOTUS as seen through the center seat.