I too wondered about Rex Tillerson early on
because of his former ties with Russia. As you said
since he put on a different hat I felt he was the best
and still is the best man for the job ! Not because he
may have said something derogatory (truthful?) about Trump
but for the fact he's been trying to negotiate - working
on - communications - with Mattis- Kelly and others .
And he isn't just shooting`` off his mouth```...
Perhaps in playing to his base
it further adds to the confusion and chaos
he creates in making distractions -- which are
followed by the FAKE ? NEWS ``reactions ``--
in order to keep one simple focal point obscured ?
Tweeting half truths ?
and plain out lies !
has worked thus far. His base seems to be sticking
firm to his method of operation. For the life of me
I can't imagine why ? but wonder if they just love
his style. Or as Max Lucado said about the voter
he talked too , that said they had voted with their
`` middle finger ```
First post on this " Political Thread "..
I honestly think the Trump supporters are
embarrassed by Trump's actions and behavior and it's
pretty disturbing to them to read that stuff. I have not
seen one criticism of him by anyone here who supports
him so I think it's safe to say there's a lot of denial going on.
We have covered a lot of ground since then !
And the covers are still being pulled up and over
the search for the facts. Many yet to be found and
some seem to be``` DOA ```
This tendency of Trump
is all too familiar to The Fact Checker.
He is quick to make claims full of superlatives —
--- the greatest this and the most beautiful that —
with little to no empirical evidence to support them.
Trump proposed deep tax cuts, but so far,
he has released only a nine-page framework that
would start negotiations with lawmakers.
Yet since five months ago, he flatly proclaimed
his plan “is actually bigger than Reagan tax cuts.”
The Fact Checker has completed two-thirds of our
year-long project analyzing, categorizing and tracking
every false or misleading claim by Trump, as well as
As of our latest update Oct. 10, 2017, or his 264th day
in office, the president has made 1,318 claims over 263
days. He has averaged five claims a day, even picking
up pace since the six-month mark.
When you track Trump’s claims closely,
it can often feel like deja vu. Trump has a tendency
to repeat himself, and that includes his false
or misleading claims.
Fact Checker went as far as to speculate
at the rate Trump is going , he will surpass the
2,000 mark of- False - Misleading Claims and Flip Flops
`` by year one```
I do believe his supporters would say
Who Cares !