Thursday, October 12, 2017

Donald Trump: “I hate everyone in the White House! There are a few exceptions, but I hate them!”

Courtesy of Vanity Fair: 

At first it sounded like hyperbole, the escalation of a Twitter war. But now it’s clear that Bob Corker’s remarkable New York Times interview—in which the Republican senator described the White House as “adult day care” and warned Trump could start World War III—was an inflection point in the Trump presidency. It brought into the open what several people close to the president have recently told me in private: that Trump is “unstable,” “losing a step,” and “unraveling.”

In recent days, I spoke with a half dozen prominent Republicans and Trump advisers, and they all describe a White House in crisis as advisers struggle to contain a president who seems to be increasingly unfocused and consumed by dark moods. Trump’s ire is being fueled by his stalled legislative agenda and, to a surprising degree, by his decision last month to back the losing candidate Luther Strange in the Alabama Republican primary. “Alabama was a huge blow to his psyche,” a person close to Trump said. “He saw the cult of personality was broken.”

According to two sources familiar with the conversation, Trump vented to his longtime security chief, Keith Schiller, “I hate everyone in the White House! There are a few exceptions, but I hate them!” (A White House official denies this.) Two senior Republican officials said Chief of Staff John Kelly is miserable in his job and is remaining out of a sense of duty to keep Trump from making some sort of disastrous decision. Today, speculation about Kelly’s future increased after Politico reported that Kelly’s deputy Kirstjen Nielsen is likely to be named Homeland Security Secretary—the theory among some Republicans is that Kelly wanted to give her a soft landing before his departure.

I think a lot of us predicted that Trump would end up hating this job, and would ultimately want to find a way out.

In fact even Steve Bannon thinks that Trump has little chance of surviving his first term: 

Several months ago, according to two sources with knowledge of the conversation, former chief strategist Steve Bannon told Trump that the risk to his presidency wasn’t impeachment, but the 25th Amendment—the provision by which a majority of the Cabinet can vote to remove the president. When Bannon mentioned the 25th Amendment, Trump said, “What’s that?” According to a source, Bannon has told people he thinks Trump has only a 30 percent chance of making it the full term.

However until whatever happens happens, we are left with a very volatile commander-in-chief who is becoming less stable as time goes on.

If the Congress does not do its job, and Trump's handlers walk away in frustration, the consequences could be devastating. 


  1. Anonymous8:33 AM

    How a growing Christian movement is seeking to take control of the top sectors of American society

    They have close ties, we found, to conservative U.S. politicians, including Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry and more recently President Donald Trump.

    1. Anonymous8:47 AM

      "It is not focused primarily on building congregations but rather on spreading beliefs and practices through media, conferences and ministry schools.
      It is not so much about proselytizing to unbelievers as it is about transforming society through placing Christian believers in powerful positions in all sectors of society.
      It is organized as a network of independent leaders rather than as formally organized denominations."
      "This includes “extreme” experiences of the supernatural, unorthodox beliefs and practices, and financing as well as marketing techniques that leverage the power of the internet." Most INC Christian groups we studied seek to bring heaven or God’s intended perfect society to Earth by placing “kingdom-minded people” in powerful positions at the top of all sectors of society."

      " “seven mountains of culture.”

      These include business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, family and religion. In this form of “trickle-down Christianity,” they believe if Christians rise to the top of all seven “mountains,” society will be completely transformed."
      ...society would have biblical MORALity, people would live in harmony, there would be peace and not war, there would be no poverty.”

    2. And that's where Pence steps in: Theocrist in Chief.

    3. Anonymous10:04 AM

      No wonder Sarah Palin as her worker bee producing all her media attention grabbing posts and the Daily Mail blitz. She is still in the game as long as those Christians are holding on to power. She could be in the White House yet, hell on earth. But who thought Trump would be president? The “seven mountains of culture”...

    4. Anonymous11:11 AM

      @8:56 666pence

    5. Anonymous1:44 PM

      Late to the party? Some of us having been warning ya'll about the 7 mountains movement for a Looooooong time!

    6. Anonymous1:47 PM

      Duh! Teebow was the 7 mountains contribution to the NFL.
      This is not new people! I'm pissed off. his has been around and in the making for a long time and some of us have been sounding the alarm. Is too late now!

    7. Anonymous3:47 PM

      10:04 AM - anyone that thought $arah was out of the game does NOT know $arah. She’ll whore herself for anyone if it gets her money and attention.

    8. Anonymous5:25 PM

      Brainwashed. Wake up people.
      They aren't going to do shit.
      Why? It's 2017 That's why!
      No one is going to tell anyone how to believe in God.
      Now sit back and watch them whine, cry, and drama bamas.

    9. Anonymous6:30 PM

      Yeh, but she was at the end of her appeal back in 2008 - almost ten years ago. And she's aged badly. Those types don't want last year's "rode hard and put back wet" model.They're all about the shiny new thing (hence The RUmp's three wives.) Sarah's just a screechy old harridan now.

  2. Anonymous8:40 AM

    His hate is pouring out of him in anyway he can get it out in the little time he has left. The dude is obsessed.

    Trump issues order expanding access to loosely regulated health plans

    1. Anonymous8:59 AM

      tinydjt dotard drumpf>

    2. Anonymous10:07 AM

      It is sad to see anyone in mental decline. He actually is dementia bound. The stages he is experiencing will not go backward.

    3. Anonymous8:10 PM

      No kidding. Did you see that big old bald spot on his turdcrainium? Bald!

  3. Anonymous8:47 AM

    WATCH: Louisiana sheriff rages against releasing ‘good’ prisoners because ‘we use them to wash cars’

    ...In a press conference held this week, Prattor said that keeping some of the “good” prisoners in jail was necessary for the prisons to keep functioning because they could provide needed labor that you couldn’t get out of more violent and dangerous prisoners.

    “The [prisoners] that you can work, the ones that can pick up trash, the work release programs — but guess what? Those are the ones that they’re releasing!” Prattor fumed in his attack against criminal justice reforms. “In addition to the bad ones… they’re releasing some good ones that we use every day to wash cars, to change the oil in our cars, to cook in the kitchen… well, they’re going to let them out!”

    1. Anonymous10:51 AM

      Yes,this is where I live. Sheriff Prattor is an idiot.

    2. Anonymous1:48 PM

      Proof that the penal system in the US is slavery 21st century style.

    3. Anonymous6:32 PM

      So is he an elected sherriff, 10:51? Get off your ass, out from under your laptop and help whoever is running against him.

  4. Anonymous8:47 AM

    Hitler went that way. It took him longer but he went that way. Big babies. They can't lead they should stay the hell out of the White House and let a real leader lead. Like Obama. People are not going to love you. I mean, just look at Putin.
    He puts a lot of propaganda out there that his people love him but we know different right? He has to force them to love them or he will poison them. I saw a clip where he had actually poisoned a Ukrainian leader and had the gall to smile at him face to face as if he had done nothing. That's cold.
    The United States is currently without leadership and a moral one at that. That bastardo in the house just signed something to erode Obamacare. He is so going to affect those that voted for him. What to do?

  5. Anonymous8:51 AM

    Colbert on Trump ‘Hating Everyone’ in White House: ‘I Know Exactly How You Feel’

    1. Anonymous9:59 AM

      Colbert and Kimmel are perfect guys to watch every week night - they are both anti Trump and nail him (Trump) factually and perfectly. Do watch them - they also express good humor which is sorely needed in our country.

  6. Anonymous8:53 AM

    sarah just got an Instagram account maybe trump will too! Spread the hate!

    1. Anonymous10:10 AM

      IS that her account? It is horrible. Too horrible to be Palin is more than horrible.

    2. Anonymous12:19 PM

      Who has an Instagram account and only posts old pictures. Does she say they are all Flashbacks because she is stuck and can't go forward or be in the here and now.

  7. Anonymous9:06 AM

    “He threw a fit,” Trump’s advisers are now saying about him in reference to the Iran nuclear disarmament deal. He was “livid.” He was “furious.” Why? Because he didn’t want to have to allow a deal with President Obama’s name on it to remain intact, and because he didn’t really understand it anyway.

    ‘He threw a fit’: Trump’s anger over Iran deal forced aides to scramble for a compromise

    Thrashing around in a rage, Trump unleashes a new volley of threats

    1. Anonymous9:55 AM

      His impeachment can't come soon enough!

      President Obama or Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - we so need your voices, kindness and experience!

    2. Anonymous10:11 AM

      '25th Amendment territory'

  8. Anonymous9:07 AM

    Pro sports teams were once reliable patrons of Trump’s hotels. Not anymore.

  9. Anonymous9:10 AM

    When do we reach 25th Amendment territory?

    1. Anonymous10:41 AM

      Not going to happen.

  10. Anonymous9:15 AM

    It is inherent with the job of President that people will disagree on policy and be critical of performance fairly and sometimes unjustly. If Trump has, as speculated by observation of his behaviors, narcissistic personality disorder he would be intolerant of any criticism or facts that would not fulfill his sick need for narcissistic supply. Trump obviously has insatiable sick needs that he Is the best, the smartest, all powerful and divine perfection never making a mistake and he makes all of the rules. Any facts or truth that do not fulfill what he believes he is entitled to enrages him to lash out labeling it fake news and the sources “liars”.

    It is habitual for him to declare he “makes the best deals” then declare Obama, Tillerson or whomever made a “disaster”. In psychology this is called “splitting” claiming a positive polar opposite contrasting, splitting someone or something to a polar opposite extreme negative. In spite of his advisers Trump seeks extremes often condemning, undercutting to humiliating them via Twitter and rallies.

    He was never fit to serve nor be POTUS.

    1. Anonymous7:16 PM

      his parents said they raised him to be a prince-that's where his crappy attitude comes from. he simply feels that he is entitled to everything. he's never worked a day in his life, he has never accepted any responsiblity, he no idea where dirty dishes and clothing go. he believes he is to be worshipped and he is having a very hard time coming with terms that it is not going to happen. this is where part of his hate for Obama comes from-people like and respect Obama and he is simply jealous. he is a child not getting the candy another child is eating. and for the first time in his life-the temper tantrums are not working. he can not force us to worship him-he can scream fake news all he wants. we know better. we hate him and at last he is finally understanding this. he is very dangerous at this point. he could try to start WW111 for revenge. he is a stupid and dangerous person and he needs to be stopped now. i think,9:15, i just put what you said in layman's terms. it's nice to have an education. to bad trump missed his.

  11. Anonymous9:30 AM

    Even Rush Limbaugh is worried that Trump is starting to lose it: ‘I am very uncomfortable’

  12. Anonymous9:33 AM

    And everyone hates Donald Trump. Melania Trump is most likely lead hater. She loves the deal she made and what happens when he dies, but it is the Trump between now and death that is loathed.

    Donald Trump hates that milk toast failed real estate louse married to his daughter.
    Feeling is mutual, but trained circus creatures know the show must go on. His wifey is having yuuge love/hate with Daddy Dearest about now. He can't believe she would marry into the family of a felon, not even white Christians. He may have a hate on with his grand kids born to the debased White House couple.

    Will Ivanka Trumps children have a military career? Daddy Deatest and hub would have never been caught dead serving their country like that.
    Ivanka must hate how she has been downgraded and sent off to a military spouse event with the likes of Dakota Meyer and Bristol Palin. How embarrassing for someone so close to being czarina.

    Ivanka, once worthy of the top of the top seating. Those were the days.

    1. Anonymous10:48 AM

      I think it is great to help military spouses to feel good and become employable. Do these events they constantly put on have much impact? Or is it 85% a production to make the event stars look good and have good PR? That Bonnie Amos is sure a go getter and her husband is a big deal. The top brass like him but he sure is hated. I guess he isn't that honorable and he sounds like a jerk. Not all Marines consider him a leader, not a good leader.

      It gets pretty wierd for some Marines when they call the military spouse "First Lady". She has been annoited and why? Doesn't her work stand on it's own?
      I get why so many hate them. The good news is they are no longer living in the Marine commandant’s house. A historic house for the Marine Corps commandant on Capitol Hill’s Barracks Row, it is like a palace. Made for royalty. The 196,000 active-duty Marines do not live there. It is for Marine royalty like Amos and spouse.

      White House Chief of Staff John Kelly

      Chief of Staff John Kelly, Secretary of Defense James Mattis. Party at the palace.

      Staff John Kelly is giving a speech right now. He does not make me feel any better or safer for being in the WH and allegedly overseeing a madman in his time of decline.

    2. Anonymous12:21 PM

      Ivanka Trump Tweet Shows Military Spouse Employment Woes
      . public spotlight this week on military spouse employment and the corresponding wage gap.

      Spouses “non-uniformed heroes”
      'It’s unclear how a tweet from the first daughter, who has made female employment issues one of her focuses, will change the spouse employment landscape. But publicity for the problem is certainly not a bad thing.'

      Bristol Palin is the perfect face of a military spouse and can certainly do publicity for the problem. She is a perfect teammate with Ivanka. Her story is unique as are many spouse stories. She has the same childcare matters and leaving a secure job to be with the father of children. Ivanka has many other jobs and can't devote as much attention to these needs as Bristol is able to do. Go Bristol! It is a good cause and please keep the public informed.

    3. Anonymous12:45 PM

      "If people don't buy it, we won't sell it." Nordstrom

      Ivanka Trump Spotlights Military Spouses' Employment Challenges

    4. Anonymous1:28 PM

      Bristol is just a regular working girl.
      I understand why she chose #MilSpouse @jobs for her life work.

      Working vacation

      Bristol certainly has the experience.

      She looks lazy just hanging out at her house while her husband is always gone and only one kid is 5 or 6 months. She could have been back at work a month or so after birth like other mothers and fathers.

      She is married to a Marine who is all about what to do with your life between your birth and your death.

      Modern women don't just slouch around pose and pose a family for photos.

      She is a better example for others and her children if she is dedicated to a worthy need. Help the spouse life Bristol, military spouses need attention, too. You have mentors others don't have, Bonnie Amos and Ivanka Trump.
      Dakota would be proud and not have to keep repeating that same old fake spew of his.

    5. Anonymous6:36 PM

      Oooooh, but Us mag has her posing as First Lady, "My llfe in the White House" indeed. Her "life in daddy's bed" more likely.

    6. Anonymous6:47 PM

      why are you defending a lazy cow who does not work any more than her mommy? they expect to be given money because they are "important celebrities". sarah no brain has pulled that one more than once. let them go wait tables for minimum wage like the rest of us.

    7. Anonymous6:57 PM

      only the poor go to war. it's the way it always has been. the rich go to "military school", which has nothing to do with the military, but has a lot to do with forced buggery at night. maybe that explains trump.

  13. Anonymous9:35 AM

    Once those that voted for Trump find out their insurance coverage ain't what it use to be are going to be pissed.

    There will be uprisings throughout the country.
    Trump is pure evil and not fit to govern the United States of America.

  14. Anonymous9:35 AM

    WATCH: Pence stops Trump from leaving executive order signing ceremony without signing the order — again

    1. Anonymous10:55 AM


  15. Anonymous11:10 AM

    "In mid-August, Ronan Farrow, an NBC News contributor, had secured an interview with a woman who was willing to appear on camera, in silhouette, her identity concealed, and say Harvey Weinstein had raped her, according to four people with close knowledge of the reporting. It was a pivotal moment in a testy, months-long process of reporting a story that had bedeviled a generation of media and Hollywood reporters."NBC tried to put a stop to the interview with the woman accusing Weinstein of rape. The network insisted he not use an NBC News crew for the interview, and neither was he to mention his NBC News affiliation. And so that was how Ronan Farrow wound up paying out of his own pocket for a camera crew to film an interview."12 people inside and outside NBC News with direct knowledge of the reporting behind Farrow’s story suggest a different cause of death. All of the sources who spoke to HuffPost asked not to be named, either because they weren’t authorized to speak to the media about the story or because they were fearful of retribution from NBC News executives."
    "Farrow, who began reporting the story in January and by late July had interviewed at least eight women, some on the record, had been told twice that the story was “reportable,” meaning it had passed the network’s stringent fact checking and legal process, according to four people with detailed knowledge of the process. A separate NBC investigative journalist was also asked to re-report his work, and her review raised no flags," Auletta, after having reviewed Farrow’s reporting, said on camera something along the lines of, “If NBC News sits on this evidence Ronan has, it is a black eye for the organization and a huge scandal.” “Ronan Farrow, who came to us about two months ago, had very serious reporting already accomplished,” said David Remnick, editor in chief of The New Yorker. “And with extremely hard work, and with work with a lot of my colleagues here at The New Yorker, he deepened the piece and made it publishable. And it is something that exemplified great investigative journalism.”

    "That weekend, when “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels was criticized for not including any Weinstein jokes, he told The Daily Mail that “it’s a New York thing,” suggesting something similar. NBC insiders have told HuffPost that this has led some employees to wonder if this was an internal talking point that NBC executives were using to justify the lack of coverage."The news that NBC had the audio of Weinstein admitting to sexual assault shocked and frustrated NBC News employees who spoke to HuffPost, saying that the mood in the newsroom had grown dark over the missed opportunity to break a big story.

    It reminded several people who spoke to HuffPost of another time that NBC lost the chance to break a story involving a man admitting to alleged sexual misconduct.

    In October 2016, NBC News had the now infamous “Access Hollywood” tape of Trump saying he liked to grab women “by the pussy.” While the footage was owned by NBC, it was ultimately published by The Washington Post."

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  16. Anonymous11:46 AM

    O/T "AS TIME GOES BY" Russia Probe Now Investigating Cambridge Analytica, Trump’s ‘Psychographic’ Data Gurus - They were once Steve Bannon’s favorite analytics shop. Now investigators want to know if the Kremlin had a thing for Cambridge Analytica, too.
    Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, had holdings in Cambridge Analytica worth between $1 million and $5 million as recently as April of this year, Bloomberg reported. Bannon, now back as the chairman of the pro-Trump media outlet Breitbart, hasn’t been publicly mentioned as a potential witness for or target of Russia investigators. He previously sat on the board of Cambridge Analytica.

  17. Anonymous12:08 PM

    REAL NEWS:"one of several must-run “news” segments that spread misinformation, echo Trump administration talking points, and function as nationalist and right-wing propaganda."They’re slotted into local newscasts easily and not clearly marked as opinion or required programming."
    "the massive expansion, which would reach 72 percent of U.S. households, wouldn’t have been possible without the Trump administration"shares misleading talking points and echoes misinformation from the Trump administration under the guise of “political analysis.”"When Epshteyn and Hyman aren’t explicitly lying under the guise of news and analysis, they’re both inclined to praise the president and repeat HIS general talking points."

  18. Anonymous6:26 PM

    I'd like to think Kelly is an exception, but past military scandals make me say...hmmm...why is Kelly so (overly?) concnerned with Ms. Nelson's landing?

  19. Anonymous6:34 PM

    we hate you too, you stupid, crazy worthless piece of crap. go live in your horrible tacky gold apartment with your illegal immigrant sex worker tasteless wife and your crappy arrogant entitled kids. WE DON'T WANT YOU WE NEVER DID. get lost. walk in front of a truck. get shot-i don't care anymore about your life than you do Puerto Ricans. you lazy, selfish son of a bitch. JUST DIE!!!!!!! and i don't if you publish this or not Gryfin(forgive me for spelling your name wrong, dear) THIS IS HOW I FEEL! I CAN'T TAKE ANYMORE! i'm diving into slim savings so i can save a life and i can't take it anymore!

    1. Anonymous2:42 PM

      i'm cooler now. but it is how i feel. he must be stopped, for the sake of our children and our planet.

  20. Anonymous9:24 PM

    The sooner this ass is in a punkin suit withh rubber flipflops,the better.

  21. Anonymous9:27 PM

    everyday i wake up hoping drumpf had croaked in his sleep,stroked out, or dropped dead taking a crap.


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