President Donald Trump, an undisclosed co-conspirator and presumptive Manchurian candidate, has sent many unadorned tweets over the weekend. But one of the most bizarre riots was against Amazon boss Jeff Bezos. President Trump described the founder and owner of the billionaire Tech the Washington Post as "Jeff Bozo".
"I'm sorry to hear that Jeff Bozo was taken down by a competitor whose report I understand is far more accurate than the coverage in his lobbyist newspaper, the Amazon Washington Post." President Trump tweeted yesterday at 8:45 pm . "Hopefully the paper will soon be put into better and more responsible hands!"
What the hell is the president talking about? Trump, who is currently holding the government hostage over his planned wall on the US-Mexico border, repeatedly insulted the Washington Post during his term as president. However, the president is probably upset over Saturday's latest report that Trump has made extraordinary efforts to hide his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
According to the post of 19459024, President Trump had previously confiscated his interpreter's notes and told his linguist not to talk to other US officials about the meetings he had with Putin. The revelations of Post followed a damning report by the New York Times stating that the FBI had opened in 2017 an investigation into the possibility that Trump acted as an agent of the Russian government. It is unclear whether this investigation is going on.
Trump's "Competitor" news agency most closely resembles the Bezos' National Enquirer and has published private text messages between the Amazon founder and his lover, Lauren Sanchez. Bezos announced last week that he and his 25-year-old wife MacKenzie Bezos are divorcing. The President essentially says that the National Enquirer is "more accurate" than the Washington Post which would represent a pretty funny burn if it was not from a man without a sole discretion Dozens of nuclear weapons start whenever he wants, either with World War III or simply with the end of life on Earth, as we know it.
President Trump has in the past been obsessed with the divorces of his wealthy male "friends" and has discussed this with them about the financial conditions of their divorces. When asked about Bezos' divorce on January 10, President Trump said strangely: " I wish him luck, it will be a beauty, "which probably refers to the huge sums of money shared between Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos. [19659005Trumpsothertweetsovertheweekenddidnotcontainanystatements of Chaos in the White House (in contradiction to both news bulletins and plain common sense) to attacks on the FBI . The President also sent an incredibly racist tweet last night about Senator Elizabeth Warren's last Instagram livestream, where she drank a beer and talked to her husband in her kitchen.
"If Elizabeth Warren, often referred to as Pocahontas, would run this commercial from Bighorn or Wounded Knee instead of her kitchen with her man dressed in full Indian garb that would have been a huge success! "Trump tweeted.
Nothing should happen Surprise us still, but it is still shocking to say such naked racist remarks by the president.
Meanwhile, the government is still closed, TSA connections at airports are closed because the workers can not afford the gas. and a quarter of Foreign Ministry staff do not receive a paycheck. This last part is obviously an espionage gold mine for America's opponents of the New Cold War, which can now exploit people who struggle financially and possibly pay for information.
Welcome to Day 24 of the closure of Trump's government without end. The president may or may not be committed to the Russian government, and he's sitting in the White House tweeting the most racist, abominable, and smallest things you can imagine.
It's both amazing and frightening that we're here, but there's very little the average American can do to fix it. Everything is in the hands of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and he's been AWOL for weeks.
It's hard to imagine that there has always been chaos throughout the US government, but this whole experience also shows how quickly we can get used to bizarre situations. America's most basic institutions are falling apart and life goes on. Life could be proven to be worse for millions of Americans, but life goes on.