- impeach him
- zap him with the 25th Amendment
- failing those two remedies, pray we can survive thru the 2020 elections.
The cumulative effect of the facts Woodward presents sounds the alarm. The situation is even worse than I had thought, and I am no Trump advocate.
So far, Woodward has taken pains to be even-handed, pointing out the shortcomings of previous administrations, esp that of Barack Obama in the Middle East.Several times Cohn just asked the president, “Why do you have these views?” “I just do,” Trump replied. "I've had these views for 30 years."
BUT even in his finest moments, as in the missile attack against Assad for using chemical weapons, Trump comes across as shockingly and emotionally unstable--for, example, his first impulse is to launch a "leadership strike" against Assad and take him out. He also seriously considered at one time a leadership strike against Kim.
The other thing that impresses me about the book is the startling amount of sensitive material Woodward reveals about ongoing Trump WH intentions and methods. If I were an enemy foreign national in, let's say, Iran, North Korea, China, Russia or even Saudi Arabia. I would be combing thru this volume minutely.
Donald Trump about trade in "neat, clean pensmanship" wrote:TRADE IS BAD
Korea1 korea2Donald Trump about his Twitter feed wrote:I am the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters.