|Back at the links. The inept leader Donald J. Trump returns to the golf course to map out a strategy to get his agenda done. Republicans already handed him a huge blow. The health care vote is delayed even longer.|
Another round at the golf course. Donald J. Trump heads to the links.
So far over 38 times since taking office. Remember he said he won't play golf because he'll be too busy to doing the work on behalf of the American people.
Trump's Bedminster Golf Course is hosting the LGPA tournament. He got a warm greeting at his own course. He spends another weekend at his vacation home costing taxpayers $10 million a round trip.
He calls upon Republicans and Democrats to give up their August recess and do their jobs. So far it seems like it's working for know.
Republicans are struggling to get their healthcare reform passed. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) vow to oppose the bill. Both Republicans say that the bill does not do enough.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV), Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Sen. Shelley Capito Moore (R-WV) and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) are on the fence.
These guys need Medicaid expansion to accommodate low income people to sick or poor to pay for hospital bills.
They want to defund Planned Parenthood in the bill. Collins is a supporter of Planned Parenthood.
It is the most unpopular move. Only 24% support a full repeal and replace.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) may kill the bill. His health is getting bad. So he will take a few weeks off and get treated for an infection in his eye. Some think its cancer.
McCain's absence may have sunk Sen. Mitch McConnell's (R-KY) pledge to get the votes to repeal and replace Obamacare (known as the Affordable Care Act).
Seven years of beeyotching and bemoaning. The Republicans can't get the ball rolling on getting a healthcare law they're willing to support.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) also made the bill very unpopular. He would insert a filler into the bill exempting lawmakers from losing their health insurance. That means the lawmakers are opt out from the Republican bill even though it could cut funds to Medicaid, SCHIP and force the states to payout for those who opt out of insurance.
It is mandatory for Americans to have health insurance. Unfortunately Republicans believe that it's too costly to have insured Americans. They rather spend all this money on military and border security.
The conservatives already invented a distraction from Trump, Jr.'s major screw up. Blame Barack Obama for the turmoil.
|Me not know. Donald Trump, Jr. release emails that damaged his credibility.|
He parties with elitists. He golfs all the time. He and Michelle Obama take vacations all the freaking time. He tried to oust Benjamin Netanyahu in the Israeli elections.
Barack Obama never colluded with a foreign government to help him win an election. Well, he did call for regime change in some of the Middle Eastern countries. But the Syria, Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia were notable ones.
He would lie but not so blatantly like Trump.
There were no real scandals in the Obama years. Most of the scandals were made by non stop agitation from conservatives.
When it comes to deflection, Donald J. Trump and his accolites will do everything in their power to blame former president Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for his turmoils.
Trump and his family are embattled by allegations the campaign colluded with the Russian Federation.
Whataboutism is a new term for us here at World News Today.
This is a part of dissecting the conservative nonsense being spread by those who spread the seeds of hatred. The folks who continue to promote, protect and engage in white extremism. From your leader to the internet, conservatives are doing their best to blame Democrats and progressives for the Republicans ineptness.
Sean "Softball" Hannity was the only person who got the exclusive interview with our inept leader's son. The eldest son is embroiled in this. He doubled down.
Donald Trump, Jr. basically told the world, "Yeah, I met with Russians, but I did not know they were intentionally helping my dad win!"
This latest bombshell destroys the Trump argument that there was no collusion with Russians.
Trump put out his emails and thought he could get ahead of the New York Times. Turns out that it gave the Times more proof that collusion did occur.
Trump's 2020 campaign spent $50,000 to a law firm representing Trump, Jr.
Also another issue comes up. The name of a Russian-American lobbyist who introduced the lawyer to the Trump family. His name is Rinat Akhmetshin.
Now Trump, Jr., Jared Kushner, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, Roger Stone, Carter Page, Michael Flynn, and Paul Manafort are under federal watch.