Sunday, February 18, 2018

UPDATE. Narcissist-in-chief having a rough weekend



Quoted in They are laughing their asses off in Moscow’: Trump takes on the FBI, Russia probe and 2016 election.  (Washington Post, 2/18/2018)





2/1/2018 update, "Narcissist overstates significance of his State of the Union television audience", starts here.



The New York Times, 1/31/2017)
The television audience was also smaller than the one for President Barack Obama’s first State of the Union address in 2010, which had 48 million viewers.
George W. Bush's 2002 State of the Union Address attracted 51.7 million viewers.


8/17/2017 update, "Which is why WI Assembly approved  tax credits only for jobs that pay at least $30,000", starts here.

Which to some might be "more money than they ever thought possible" but places a household of 6 below the federal poverty level, and at $14.42 per hour is not enough to afford the rent of a two-bedroom apartment.


Bold italics quoted in Donald Trump: Foxconn jobs could have 'positive impact on race relations'.  (Madison.com, 8/16/2017)

 
8/3/2017 update, "Donald Trump, narcissist, talks up his immigration plan", starts here.


Trump Backs GOP Immigration Bill, but Rift Within Party Widens.  (The Hill, 8/2/2017)


8/2/2016 update, "...brags his speech at Boy Scout Jamboree was 'greatest ever'", starts here.


Boy Scouts of America disputes leadership praised President Trump's jamboree speech as 'greatest' ever.  (New York Daily News, 8/1/2017)
President Trump boasted that the Boy Scouts of America called him to say his jamboree pep talk was by no means “mixed” — it was the “greatest.” 
Except the Boy Scouts did no such thing, according to a source within the organization. 
The Boy Scout source disputed that its leadership called Trump to praise the July 24 speech in Glen Jean, W.V., as claimed by the President in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.


6/30/2017 update, "Donald Trump, narcissist-in-chief", starts here.


A Time magazine with Trump on the cover hangs in his golf clubs. It’s fake.  (Washington Post, 6/27/2017)


Source:  Mayo Clinic

Original 6/13/2017 post starts here.


Trump’s Cabinet, With a Prod, Extols the ‘Blessing’ of Serving Him.  (The New York Times, 6/12/2017)

Related reading:
Understanding Trump's narcissism could be the key to opposing him.  (The Guardian, 2/17/2017)

Related post:
A fest of fawning white men at the White House.  (6/13/2017)

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