Neo-Nazis – white supremacists and Donald Trump all have deep ties to Russia — and this ‘conspiracy’ isn’t hidden.
Most of America is probably still feeling overwhelmed by the events in Charlottesville last weekend and our president’s outrageous reaction.
Media reports suggest however that while Donald Trump has been even more volatile and short-tempered than usual lately – he is feeling a lot better after his Tuesday press conference – having freed himself of the burden of pretending to have a moral compass.
Refusing to pass judgment on allies and supporters no matter what they do is a fundamental characteristic of the man and a sincere reflection of his beliefs.
This is the man after all who refused to condemn Russian President Vladimir Putin for killing political rivals and members of the press when Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly pressed him on it, saying ‘There are a lot of killers.
You think our country’s so innocent?”
So it appears that letting off that steam on Tuesday made Trump feel a little more like himself.
This has been a rough couple of weeks even by the standards of his soap opera of a presidency.
Indeed – looking back it seems that Trump started to come a bit more unglued than usual right about the time he learned that special counsel Robert Mueller had convened a grand jury in the Russia investigation and the FBI had staged an early morning search of former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort’s home.