The frantic violence of the president’s feelings- anything to sweep the Kremlin back under the rug - has produced what is surely one of the all-time great mindfucks in American history. The problem with a doctrine of wrath - in the presidency as in other walks of life - is that the rationale so clear to the boiling brain can appear ridiculous to the outside observer..
Donald Trump is upset. He’s not happy about America’s preoccupation with the “Russia narrative.” He’s angry that we’re bothered by the possible damning ties between his campaign and a hostile foreign power. He’s seething over the Senate Judiciary Committee’s insolent insistence on scrutinizing his people. “He would sometimes scream at television clips about the probe,”
Politico reports, in a piece that characterizes the president as “enraged” and “fuming.” He has sent furious tweets. “The Russia-Trump collusion story is a total hoax,” he ranted during Sally Yates’ testimony on Monday. “When will this taxpayer funded charade end?”
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