"It's when I sip coffee that I know that I can handle anything that life can throw at me." - Anthony T. Hincks
For the first time in the orange ape's administration there's been some clarity on how he really feels about something.
When it comes to collecting dirt on opponents the sky is the limit.
Trump recently told ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he'd be open to listening to information from foreign governments that would damage his opponents in the next election.
It was a rare moment of truth, and proved how willing he was to get Russia's help in 2016.
Our liar in chief's explanation that it's okay to listen to foreign powers to hurt American politicians was a frank admission that he doesn't play by the rules. Any rules.
What amazes me is he's doing it right out in the open. I've never seen an American president brazenly welcome foreign inference into our elections before. That's because it's never happened.
The Mueller report made it clear that Russia attacked our 2016 election to support Trump. He, and his minions welcomed that help.
It's glaringly apparent Trump intends to go the same treasonous route again if any foreign governments can help him get re-elected.
The question now is, should an impeachment inquiry be opened soon? Trump's open defiance against Congress and the rules of laws are damaging our democracy every day he's in office.
If Trump is still in office next year there's a very good chance he'll reach out to his dictator buddies for dirt against his democratic opponent.
The day after the interview Nancy Pelosi summed up Trump's comments succinctly, "What the president said last night shows clearly once again...that he does not know the difference between right or wrong."
I would suggest Trump just doesn't give a damn about such niceties.
Time for me to walk on down the road...