Because the media hates him Donald Trump will be the most heavily scrutinized and criticized presidents ever. It’s gotten to this point.
As people protested outside, British lawmakers today (Monday) debated whether to deny President Trump a formal state visit.
“The intellectual capacity of the president is protozoan,” said Paul Flynn, an opposition Labour lawmaker who led the argument against a state visit.
Flynn’s charged comment on President Trump’s mental state was gleefully picked up by media outlets in the states.
Tonight, Milwaukee Public Radio’s WUWM schedule includes the nightly, “To The Point” discussion/interview program with this description:
When columnists for the New York Times and the Washington Post called President Trump “obviously mentally ill” and “just plain crazy,” nobody took them seriously. Now thousands of psycho-therapists say a “personality disorder” makes him unfit to serve. Will that discredit their profession more than America’s elected Chief Executive?
I won’t be listening, knowing full well what the outcome of my tax dollars on that program will be.
The press was undoubtedly drooling at their keyboards upon discovering so-called experts that would state publicly that President Trump is several fries short of a Happy Meal.
But lo and behold, here’s a NY Times op-ed piece that starts out with the reader believing it’s another attack job where Trump is as my late father used to say, “half-baked.”