Back in the day, Donald Trump used to love an anonymous source.
Often he was the source, phoning newspapers in the late 80s and early 90s, pretending to be someone else, and bragging about everything from Donald’s wealth to his sexual prowess.
Then there is the infamous Obama is a Kenyan debacle, which was nothing more than outright racism, and this tweet:
Never did reveal that ‘extremely credible source’, did he?
The past week has taught us, once again, what a mess the White House is at the moment, and much of that news comes via those on the inside.
Case in point is that incredible New York Times piece we wrote about yesterday, about how those closest to Trump prevent disaster.
Everybody is playing the guessing game as to who wrote the piece, because for obvious reasons they couldn’t put their name to it, and that’s led to renewed attacks by Trump and his cronies.
Who are these fake news anonymous sources? Or is it anomimous? Or anominoush?
Donald clearly has no idea, because during his rally in Montana last night, he managed to bottle the pronunciation horribly:
What happened here when President Trump tried twice to pronounce “anonymous”? pic.twitter.com/nwSNnQuKfm
— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) September 7, 2018
He doesn’t drink, so you can’t blame liquor. I blame the fact he is an incompetent moron.
Donald and his words, hey? Puerto Rico…
Can somebody push the reset button on Melania?
Remember that bing-bong episode?
This from last month, on wind turbines and birds, is also a goodie:
Words are his friends:
Uranium, Hillary Clinton, her emails, LOCK HER UP!
It is reported that Trump has been moaning this week, saying that his children are the only people he can trust.
Given how he treated Donald Jr growing up, and given how prone Donald Jr is to putting his foot in his mouth, I wouldn’t be so certain.
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