Saturday, February 04, 2017

The cover of the German magazine Der Spiegel this week.

Yep, I think that about sums it up.


  1. Anonymous2:15 AM

    He'll love it! They left about 50 pounds off.

    1. Anonymous4:05 AM

      No way 50!. Trump is at least 80 pounds overweight, if not 100.

      The mans face alone has 5 pounds of pure fat rolls under his disgusting bulldog face.

    2. Anonymous4:32 AM

      The bags under the eyes account for 20lbs. Even the prostate meds for hair growth weight in a whopping 5olbs of lard in the ass. Tiny skinny fingers but large lard ass. beep beep testing testing tap tap calling sarg c decko.

    3. Anonymous5:57 AM

      Trump is morbidly obese, and here's the evidence he's eating a lot of triple bacon cheeseburgers.

      Anyone with that much fat on their face is doomed to heart attacks

  2. He won't like the cover of the New Yorker either.

  3. Rogue Potus Staff is having some fun at Kellyanus Conjob's expense:

  4. Anonymous3:27 AM

    These are very sad times for our country and we're going to owe the rest of the world big-time once this poor excuse for a presidency is finally over.

    In words Trump's neo-fascist minions will doubtless recognize and understand, I say emphatically, Kapitulieren, Nein!


    "President Donald Trump signed executive orders on Friday that halt the Obama administration’s conflict of interest rule for retirement savings and order a review of the 2010 financial reform rules meant to make banks more stable and less likely to need bailouts."

    "Trump is governing like a run-of-the-mill, deregulating Wall Street crony, despite his populist campaign rhetoric: His party’s platform pledged to return to the Depression-era Glass-Steagall Act, which broke up big financial institutions by separating investment and commercial banking; he vowed to close a tax provision that saves private equity managers billions of dollars; he lambasted his opponent for her ties to Goldman Sachs, and he assailed the bank’s CEO in an election ad.

    On Monday, Trump made his first direct comments since his inauguration about the post-financial crisis bank regulation reform bill.

    “Dodd-Frank is a disaster,” he said. “We’re going to be doing a big number on Dodd-Frank.”

    Tossing out Dodd-Frank would mean gutting huge swathes of rules restricting big banks, including intricate capital standards and the annual stress tests regulators use to make sure banks won’t need to be bailed out to the independent Consumer Financial Bureau.

    Indeed, the financial industry’s antipathy to the CFPB ― the brainchild of bank foe Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) ― has Democratic aides and consumer advocates increasingly worried that Trump will fire its director, Richard Cordray. A mortgage company has brought forth a lawsuit questioning the president’s authority to do so. A three-judge federal appeals court panel ruled in October that the president could fire the agency’s head for any reason. (The agency has asked for the full D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the case.)

    The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "

    1. Anonymous7:34 AM

      Well gosh I thought he told his supporters he was going to stop all those "bad people" on Wall St.

      Fools, he lied again

    2. Anonymous12:44 PM

      I am beginning to think he might be a "gold bug" one of those people who listens to the right wing radio station commercials they play all the time about the coming financial collapse they are about to make happen.

  6. Anonymous4:05 AM

    In order to be fair and balanced in yer hourly reporting of facts and truth. Can you please reverse the message of our Lady Liberty? I have faith in Reality that "She" will survive and "He" wont.

  7. Anonymous4:33 AM

    Look! look at the blood on his hands.

    1. Anonymous10:29 AM

      Blood Libel...gee dead lake doncha sleep?

  8. Anonymous6:16 AM

    All that picture needs are some bloody tears running down Liberty's face. How ironic that Europe gets what's happening, and half of America is still willing to be fleeced.

  9. Anonymous6:41 AM

    Ya gotta admit if anyone can spot a demagogue, it's the Germans....

    Let's not ignore the warning.

  10. Anonymous7:34 AM

    Edel Rodriguez came to the United States from Cuba as a political refugee in 1980. Like many immigrants, he was angered by President Trump's executive order temporarily banning entry to the United States for travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries and refugees from around the world.

    “I was 9 years old when I came here, so I remember it well, and I remember the feelings and how little kids feel when they are leaving their country,” Rodriguez said. “I remember all that, and so it bothers me a lot that little children are being kept from coming to this country.”

    Unlike most immigrants, however, Rodriguez channeled his anger into a piece of art that is now on the cover of one of the world's leading magazines.

    1. Anonymous1:05 PM

      He also said this:

      “I don't want to live in a dictatorship,” he said. “If I wanted to live in a dictatorship, I'd live in Cuba, where it's much warmer.”


  11. Anonymous7:40 AM

    Outside Washington, the Democratic resistance to Donald Trump is building

    In Chicago, Trump’s Actions Are Growing a Widening Coalition of Protesters

    Beau Willimon Declares War On Donald Trump, Eviscerates White House Correspondents’ Dinner

  12. Anonymous4:04 PM


Don't feed the trolls!
It just goes directly to their thighs.