Posted by: Michael D. Austin | February 7, 2017

Trump’s Dubious Clothes as Emperor

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson talks to reporters in Seattle on Friday 3 February 2017, following a hearing on President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. Photograph: Ted S. Warren/AP

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson talks to reporters in Seattle on Friday 3 February 2017, following a hearing on President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. Photograph: Ted S. Warren/AP

“Even on his own Trumpian terms, it’s fascinating to watch him destroy his standing as an expert in litigation. Who seriously thinks you can win a case by intimidating a United States judge?

These are the tactics of organized crime and they haven’t exactly been successful. If Trump wants to know how his attacks will be treated, he need only pick up one of the beautiful phones in the White House to call his sister. Judge Maryanne Trump Barry was appointed to the bench by Ronald Reagan, and has a reputation for delivering blunt justice to mob bosses.”

Whatever happens with Trump’s presidential administration and his presidency, it’s unequivocally important to stand up his administration’s xenophobic, sociopathic policies. To get the best information about the U.S., you often have to look outside its borders. Major news media in the U.S.A. have for decades kowtowed to the advertisers and government who toss them the most cash.

To see how Trump’s administration is trying to subvert the U.S. Constitution, you can have a look at Richard Wolffe’s pointed analysis in the Guardian, “When a president fights the law, there’s only ever one winner.”


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