In this video, Vin Armani shows how Trump is triggering the media to the point where they appear to be plotting his demise. Numerous MSM articles call for Trump to be impeached. Presidential approval polls are all over the map. Who to believe?
Source: Trump Triggers The Media As They Push For Impeachment
The president has reportedly participated in a number of activities
that weren’t on his public schedule during his stay at Mar-a-Lago this weekend. These included a visit to a Dana-Farber Cancer Institute gala on Saturday, a golf outing with professional golfer Rory McIlroy
on Sunday, a visit to a Palm Beach Habilitation Center lunch on Monday, and a meeting with Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw to discuss among other things the cost of local law enforcement in the community on Monday.
That last meeting was particularly noteworthy, considering that Trump has been causing his neighbors a fair amount of headaches since his presidency started. These include, as The New York Times reported, “$200,000 in lost fuel sales at a large local airport in a single four-day visit this month, 75 no-shows at a new restaurant in just one night, $60,000 a day to pay overtime to sheriff’s deputies who guard the many closed roads, a tab that is about $1.5 million over all since the election, 250 private flights grounded every day.”
Source: Trump won’t stop visiting Mar-a-Lago — and his neighbors are getting annoyed – Salon.com
“Bad behavior is rarely a sign of mental illness, and the mentally ill behave badly only rarely.”
Source: A mental health professional makes a strong argument against diagnosing Trump.
Speaking to reporters at Mar-a-lago in Florida on Monday afternoon, President Donald Trump said he’ll name Lt. Gen. H.R McMaster as national security adviser.
Acting national security adviser Keith Kellogg will be chief of staff for the National Security Council, according to the White House pool report.
Trump called McMaster “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.”
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned last week amid revelations that he discussed U.S. sanctions with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in the month before Trump took office. The former national security adviser admitted that he briefed Vice President Mike Pence and other White House officials with “incomplete information,” which they then shared in cable news interviews.
Source: Trump names new national security adviser | TheHill
Donald Trump’s first month in office has delivered a wallop to Washington, D.C.
Source: Five big Trump narratives to watch | TheHill
The vice president emerges unscathed from scandal, but for some, his influence is called into question
Source: Pence remains above the fray, but is he outside the inner circle? – The Washington Post