Donald Trump Attacks Jeff Flake on Twitter

Sen. Jeff Flake(y), who is unelectable in the Great State of Arizona (quit race, anemic polls) was caught (purposely) on `mike` saying bad things about your favorite President. He`ll be a NO on tax cuts because his political career anyway is `toast.`

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Let`s take a few moments to parse Trump`s latest sophomoric tweet.

Most of us outgrow the need to call our enemies silly nicknames by the time we graduate from middle school, but as soon as someone levels any criticism at Trump, he christens them with a childish moniker. Thus Sen. Jeff Flake is now “Flakely,” he can commensurate with Little Marco, Liddle Corker and Lying Ted Cruz on the childishness of the president.

Flake didn`t quit the race, he simply decided not to run for reelection in 2018, because a candidate who calls out the president on his racism is unelectable in the red state of Arizona.

Trump states that Flake was caught “purposely” on a hot mic, implying that the senator knew he was being recorded. Bitch please, Flake has denounced Trump publicly from the well of the Senate, and he`s written a book criticizing his policies. Flake doesn`t need to resort to machinations to ridicule Trump.

Trump referred to a microphone as a “mike,” what a freaking dotard! Moron, before you click “send” have someone proofread your tweet.

Flake was caught by a live mic after a town hall in Arizona, saying that, if Republicans `become the party of Roy Moore and Donald Trump, we are toast.` That statement may be a bad thing from Trump`s perspective, but it happens to be the truth.

Trump is the favorite president of less than 40 percent of Americans, in fact millions defiantly claim that he`s not their president at all.

For the record Flake hasn`t said that he`s a no on Trump`s tax plan. Trump can`t afford to lose any Republican votes, he should be trying to persuade him to vote for his plan instead of publicly mocking him.

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Bob Corker is Spot On! Donald Trump’s Legacy Will be the Debasement of Our Nation

“The public feud between Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and President Donald Trump continued to escalate on Tuesday.

The GOP senator, who warned earlier this month that Trump`s behavior could lead to World War III, told CNN that he believes the president`s legacy will be the `debasement of our nation.`

`He`s obviously not going to rise to the occasion as president,` Corker said. “I think at the end of the day, when his term is over, I think the debasing of our nation, the constant non-truth-telling, just the name-calling – I think the debasement of our nation will be what he`ll be remembered most for. And that`s regretful.`”

Huffington Post

With his flair for showmanship President Donald Trump has turned the White House into a soap opera, every day we tune into CNN or MSNBC to find out which Cabinet official is on the verge of resignation, and which politician or pundit is the target of Trump`s vitriol on Twitter.

Most Republicans are resigned to the fact that this soap opera/farce will probably run for four years, and they keep quiet through every vicious tweet and every ridiculous statement.

But there are a few statesmen in the Republican Party like Sen. Bob Corker, Sen. John McCain, and Sen. Jeff Flake who put our democracy above their party and even their own careers.

These lions of the Senate have roared against Trump`s petty behavior, vulgar language, divisive rhetoric and racist pronouncements.

Corker got down to the crux of the argument when he declared that Trump`s legacy will be the debasement of our democracy.

Trump has debased political discourse, we know that behind closed doors presidents pepper their conversation with profanity. As a young boy I remember that I was more astonished that Nixon`s tapes revealed he uttered obscenities with abandon, than I was about the disclosure that he committed felonies.

But Trump has made it acceptable for politicians and the reporters covering them to utter obscenities in public.

Trump`s constant name-calling and belittling of his opponents has desensitized us to this kind of infantile behavior. We no longer bat an eye or lift an eyebrow when Trump christens a congressman or a Senator with a derogatory moniker.

Trump has debased our foreign relations, he berates heads of states on Twitter and in private conversations.

As patriots and citizens of this great nation we mustn`t accept this “new normal,”

We must keep resisting and keep fighting until Trump is removed from office, one way or another.

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