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Best Quote of the Week – September 12, 2020

“Obviously, I can’t prove the negatives if you never said those things.  The president has a habit of disparaging people.  He ends up denigrating almost everybody that he comes in contact with whose last name is not Trump.”

John Bolton, Former National Security Advisor to Donald Trump, during a recent interview on FOX News

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Best Quote of the Week – February 14, 2020

“I cannot do my job here at the department with a constant background commentary that undercuts me.”

– William Barr, U.S. Attorney General, in an interview with ABC News’ Pierre Thomas.

I feel it’s odd that Barr, a known Trump loyalist, suddenly seems to have turned on his boss – the borderline psychotic with a mob mentality who has been masquerading as president of the United States for 3 years.  I also don’t understand why Trump is allowed to maintain his Twitter account.  After Barack Obama won the presidency in 2008 – without any question, I have to add – the Secret Service confiscated his Blackberry, as a matter of national cybersecurity.  And, in the current state of affairs, one of the biggest threats to our national security is Trump.

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Worst Quote of the Week – September 20, 2019

Trump signing his name to a portion of the “virtually impenetrable” border wall.

“As one of the folks just said, it really is virtually impenetrable.”

– Faux President Donald Trump commenting on a stretch of the border wall in San Diego, California.

So, in short, the “virtually impenetrable” wall is penetrable.  I can see it now: illegal immigrants taking selfies of themselves in front of the wall, before finding a way around or over it.

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