October 2019 Has Been the Worst Month in Trump’s Presidency

Two years ago the stable genius came up with the brilliant idea of discussing, for an entire week, the only subject under the sun for which there was bipartisan agreement, the dire need to rebuild the nation’s road, bridges, and broadband networks, namely our ageing infrastructure.

Nothing concrete resulted from the initial infrastructure week (no pun intended) and infrastructure week has been revived several times, but each time it’s been sidetracked and derailed by a Trump scandal du jour.

Infrastructure week has become a running joke and there’s no hope of passing an infrastructure package before 2021 given the stupidity of the president and the paralysis and gridlock in Washington.

Just as the Trump administration has announced “infrastructure week” several times, the media has declared several times “this is the worst month of the Trump administration”. Granted, the entire three years of the Trump administration has been a shit show, but this month has really been the worst stretch of time in the fucking moron’s entire presidency.

In foreign policy, the feckless commander-in-chief sparked bipartisan outrage by yanking our troops out of northeastern Syria, leaving our Kurdish allies, who defeated ISIS almost single-handedly, to the tender mercies of the brutal Turkish army.

On the domestic front Trump is besieged by a rapidly expanding congressional impeachment inquiry. The inquiry is moving forward at warp speed, and the House will likely approve articles of impeachment before the end of the year. The Ukraine scandal is the Mueller Report on steroids, and it may result not only in the impeachment of Trump by the House, but in his removal from office by the Senate.

State Department officials are defying orders to stay silent, and they have given devastating testimony in the impeachment inquiry.

This has been the worst period of time in the Trump presidency, but it’s the best of times if it leads to his impeachment.

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