For Trump's Fans, foes, frenemies and Twitter followers.
A Letter To The Former President
Tonight I sit here the night before Mr. Trump's supposed re-installation on August 13, 2021. A level of disgust proliferates my brain when I think of him. I'm going to give you a journey that helped me see things.
Donald Trump Inspired César Lazcano from ‘Who Killed Sara?’
Chilean writer José Ignácio “Chascas” Valenzuela is the creator and producer of Who Killed Sara? In an exclusive interview with Radio Futuro, El Chascas explains how Donald Trump inspired the binge-worthy Netflix series.
In Anticipation of Trump's Obituary
There’s a reflexive moral convulsion that comes from the prospect of speaking ill of the recently deceased. The memory of the dead is something of a sacrosanctity, that, if impinged upon, affords the transgressor with a degree of social disdain. Hunter S. Thompson did not care for this consequence, however, when he penned his scathing obituary of Richard Nixon in 1994. The late, great American journalist even doubled down in an interview three years later when he exclaimed, “…speak no evil of the dead. Well, why not? What the fuck?”
The 2020 Presidential Election in America
In my opinion, the 2020 general election in America is the most controversial and critical election the United States and the world community have seen in decades. Never before have I seen so many big figures in business, entertainment, politics, and activism pleading with people to vote. The reason for it is simple. Many of them see Donald Trump's first term in office as an absolute calamity of epic proportions. The United States have experienced foreign and domestic turmoil and disarray. Even the sacred foundation of democracy is teetering on the brink of collapse. Extremism, racism, and social inequality have seen rapid increases under Donald Trump. With all this in mind, it is important to note why so many people want to see Trumps' removal from office during this year's general election.
The True Story About Trump's Little Red Button of Doom
The former POTUS, Donald Trump, had a little red button sitting on his desk. He enjoyed bragging about the doomsday "jolly candy-like" feature to fellow world leaders. Trump would also use the "beautiful shiny button" whenever an interview became too dull for his taste.
Dear Donald, Can I call you DJT? I feel I know you after all these years. I'm old enough to remember your go-go days in real estate, always wild even when they turned into go-go-broke days. You were loud, and brash, and not very good at what you did, but you were a memorable part of the eighties.
Why Trump is still a force to be reckoned with
BRYCE ON POLITICS - The fight is not over. When Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush lost their re-election bids, they quietly faded away and became nothing but footnotes in history. They primarily occupied their time by building their presidential libraries. None considered a second run for the presidency. They had had enough. However, the same cannot be said about former President Trump. Building a library is the last thing on his mind. Retaking the White House and cleaning up the Washington Swamp is of paramount importance to him.
Dear Mr. Trump
I feel embarrassed to write this letter as I praised you so much in the first open letter at the time when you were in the second year on your presidency.
Trump’s Pardons Are the Most Corrupt of Any President
Article II, Section 2 of the US Constitution gives the president the power to grant “Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.” The only limitation on this power is that it only applies to federal crimes, not state crimes. Because of this, Trump wasn’t able to pardon former senior advisor Steve Bannon for state level fraud charges in his We Build the Wall Campaign, yet he was allowed to pardon ally Roger Stone for lying to Congress and six other felony charges.
Why did all the conservatives in the world hate Trump so much?
The election of Donald Trump as president in a pure democracy like the United States was basically a 'disruption'. So he had to get away. U.S. citizens recognized the "disruption" at the time and removed it. This shows that the faith of the citizens of that country in a democracy is still intact. After reading this, some who have turned away from the thought process will also express some childish reactions like 'You are happy that your favorite Trump lost' After four years and four days of counting, Joseph Robinet Biden has finally been elected President. Fortunately for the United States and the world, Donald Trump will have to leave the White House. The interpretation of this incident, which has the potential to give a new direction to the global political flow, will now take several days to come. It is important to understand why Trump was a hindrance before that. Because apart from that, the scope of this incident will not be noticed. The simultaneous defeat of Trump, the election of the tolerant Biden as head of the superpower, and the fact that Kamala Harris was his deputy was all-important.
Trump and the so-called 'Hicks'
By supporting a man who seemingly is demonstrably and exclusively self interested, some create and advertise the inference that they too are only self interested. There’s a decided down side to this approach, as I expect the acolytes well know.
Trump Should Learn Accountability Through Impeachment - a Veteran Perspective
The images of the US Capitol Building being attacked, vandalized, and calls for harming, even killing, members of our government are still clear in my mind. I did not need to watch the video presented at Trump's impeachment trial to be reminded, but I watched it anyway. Seeing our own citizens threaten our traditional and fair election still weighs heavily in my heart. It reminds me of the many times I have seen footage of violence breaking out in state houses of other countries. I would think, that would never happen in our country. I never would have thought that I would witness it happen in my lifetime. As much as I find our government flawed, I have not experienced nor seen any action that warrants what we saw on the 6th of January, 2021. Yet, we see that a demographic within our society felt the action was justified.