Today, Donald Trump said he had nothing to do with Russia helping him lose to HIllary Clinton in the popular vote in 2016.
Then he said that the only person who accomplished that was himself (https://www.politico.com/story/2019/05/30/trump-russia-2016-election-1347425).
Associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones confronted Trump’s Chief Badmouther, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, about the obvious contradiction.
“Sarah,” Jones began, as Sanders prepared to toss the petite Jones onto the White House lawn, “don’t you think that what Trump said warrants immediate impeachment?”
Sanders’ response cannot be printed here.
Trump lost all of Colorado Republicans’ votes in the 2016 GOP State Convention to Sen. Ted Cruz (TP-Texas), but that didn’t stop our Liar-in-Chief from speaking today at the commencement exercises for the Class of 2019 at the Air Force Academy in El Paso County, Colorado. For once, Trump didn’t turn the event into a deplorable rally. Instead, the big takeaway from his appearance in hyper-conservative El Paso County was “No longer will we sacrifice American interests to any foreign power.”
When our Moscow-based corresponodent, Foma Kheroshonsky, heard about that, he immediately asked Trump’s close personal friend, Vladimir Putin, for his response.
“Foma, he never would have won Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio if I hadn’t sent my top military hackers to the RNC. I got what I wanted, and so did Donald.”