Would You Like a Side of Collusion with Your Nothing Burger?

Jared Kushner to appear before Senate Intelligence Committee Monday

“…If the president put Russian salad dressing  on his salad tonight, somehow that’s a Russian connection,” White House spokesperson Sean Spicer once quipped. Yes, “this Russia thing” seems to be all about food of one kind of another. With this in mind, the latest White House scandal involving Donald Trump Jr. and his contact with Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer with links to the Kremlin, is not the “nothing burger” the Republicans would have many believe.

In June of 2016, Donald Trump Jr. was notified by email that a person with “official documents and information that would incriminate” then political rival to his father, Hillary Continue reading “Would You Like a Side of Collusion with Your Nothing Burger?”

Donald Trump: a Blunt Instrument in the Operating Theatre of Politics

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Where most Western leaders approach situations with a certain amount of foresight, President Donald J. Trump barges in, no different than the Wall Street Bull of recent interest in the press. The political stage is Trump’s china shop.

Trump’s approach does not influence people, nor make him friends, but to Trump supporters—it’s gold. What continues to drive Trump’s roughshod approach to problem solving and why do Trump supporters continue to cling to the proverbial wall he has built around all reason? Continue reading “Donald Trump: a Blunt Instrument in the Operating Theatre of Politics”