We have made a habit, these past months, of cataloging Donald J. Trump's weekend Twitter pronouncements. This is because Trump reliably and predictably uses his weekends to say ridiculous and asinine things on the internet, which is not presidential; he likely does this because during the weekends fewer members of his staff are around to keep his worst instincts in check
Supporting Trump at this point does not indicate a difference of opinions. It indicates a difference of values.Values aren’t like hobbies or interests. They don’t change over time, and they more or less define who you are. Trump’s administration may have been, for some of us, a time when what we value has become much clearer to us.So, while you may be able to convince your partner that there is a more efficient way to load the dishwasher, you will never be able to convince them that they need to care about people they are fundamentally uninterested in caring about.
“Why believe Michael Wolff? Because, for now, this stuff is too good not to" via L.A. Times opinion column.
MEA CULPAS ARE A BITCH, JUST ASK STEPHEN K. BANNON: When President Donald Trump said of his former White House strategist that he “lost his mind” when he lost his job at the Chief Executive’s right side, it marked one of the most definitive such repudiations in American political history. Today Bannon seeks a way back into Trump’s good graces with multiple apologies. Curious that he gave his statement exclusively to, of all publications, Axios.