Trump is his Own Worst Enemy

Tweeting this does two bad things to sabotage himself:

  1. He is defensive and complains about stuff in the past, regardless whether those events are factual, related and comparative. Makes him look weak and whining: “Look, those other guys did it too!”
  2. He implies that he committed illegal acts, since those other people also committed illegal acts, his words.

Sorry, boss, but this is not about them. This is about Trump. It’s Trump’s turn now. This is his administration. Not Nixon’s. Not Clinton’s. Not Obama’s. It’s Trump’s. If he wants to investigate Clinton and Obama, he should go ahead and make that happen. If he has a case, it should be easy to do that. It does not change there is an investigation into acts he committed that might have been illegal.

Now, at least, we will all find out. If it’s all made up, he’s good to go. If it’s not, he’s going to need to take responsibility for it. Obama didn’t do this to him.

He did it to himself.

3 thoughts on “Trump is his Own Worst Enemy

  1. …and it’s council, not counsel —

    While counsel, council, and consul sound alike, they are different words with different meanings. Counsel can be used as a verb or a noun, whereas council and consul are nouns. Counsel as a verb means to advise; as a noun, it means the person doing the advising (such as an attorney) or the advice itself.

    Council — an assembly of persons summoned or convened for consultation, deliberation, or advice.


    Jeesh — can’t even get THAT right.

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