Friday, June 15, 2018

Two Bigly Reasons Why Trump Hated Thursday

Good Day World!

I can only guess how hard it must have been for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to have to privately share the Inspector Generals long anticipated report yesterday with Trump.

Just to be clear, Trump expected a bigly WIN...and lost.  

The big conclusion was there wasn't any political bias against Trump by the F.B.I. during the 2016 election. No criminal charges were recommended. 

After reading the report, Reps. Jerry Nadler of New York and Elijah Cummings of Maryland came to the same conclusion:

 "After reviewing this report we come to the stark conclusion that the FBI's actions HELPED DONALD TRUMP BECOME PRESIDENT."

Ouch! 

Trump and his puppets spin on the IG report is just the opposite. They immediately called for (are you ready for this?) ANOTHER INVESTIGATION.

But, wait!

Trump, and three of his children found out they're all in legal hot water on Thursday. 

As in violating charity laws by using The Trump Foundation as a piggy bank to pay their personal expenses, including improperly using millions to help his presidential campaign.

Well, that's got to be embarrassing coming from the man who claimed to be a worldwide superhero along with his new buddy Kim!

If you haven't seen that little 4-minute production Trump showed Kim on his phone...don't bother, unless you have a strong stomach and are ready to set reality aside. 

Under the Family That Cheats Together Stays Together category...

Thursday was the first time the Trump family have been sued together as a group (Don Sr., Don Jr., Eric, and Ivanka) marking a new low milestone for our Liar-In-Chief.

The lawsuit says the foundation illegally helped support the Republican's campaign by raising money at a nationally televised fundraiser in January 2016, then allowing campaign staffers to dictate how the money was spent in grants.

There's other reasons why Thursday was a bad day for Donny, but let's set them aside and see what today brings for our illegitimate leader.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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