Good Day World!
Good coffee and eyes wide open this morning, as I contemplate the collapse of our orange ape in the Oval office.
If there's one thing Trump has always feared it was being exposed as a fraud. A con man. A fake.
When the New York Times released this story American's got an intimate view of the real Donald Trump, literally destroying all of his claims of being a great businessman.
Trump, it turns out, is one of the biggest business losers in modern times. Ouch!
Citing printouts from Trump's IRS tax transcripts obtained by the paper, he lost approximately $1.17 billion between 1985 and 1994 from his business ventures in casinos, hotels and residential buildings.
In the report:
Trump appears to have lost more money than nearly any other individual taxpayer in that decade (!!!), according to detailed information from the I.R.S who compile annual sampling of high-income earners.
The mythical Trump, that great deal-maker and world shaker, has been hiding in full view with the help of legions of corrupt lawyers (think Michael Cohen) who were willing to go down his corrupt financial pathways.
Trump is a con man and it's a sorry reflection of our society that he got elected president (even if the Russians did help). But it appears Trump's luck is running out.
Everyone knows the emperor has no clothes.
Time for me to walk on down the road...