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I just watched most of the joint Trump-Putin presser, and I've veered away from language like this for the last couple years, but the President is a traitor to America. Point-blank, full-stop. Responding to an attack on America by praising the attacker, denying the attack occurred, smearing American intelligence and law enforcement with risible conspiracy theories debunkable in moments by people with far less access to relevant info than him. His positions are indistinguishable from Russian disinformation and propaganda. Legally treason is almost impossible to convict on, but after that shameful display I know of no other word to describe this man than traitor. Never said that about any politician before. Here we are.
even when the press gave him an opportunity to hold Russia accountable for anything, he chose to talk about Hillary Clinton, about his election, about servers. He criticized American citizens, Secretary Clinton and others as opposed to really taking advantage of a world stage, with all the world’s eyes upon them, to point out how unacceptable Russia’s behavior and interference in our election and the elections of other democratic countries around the globe is. But he just shirked those responsibilities.
This press conference today was probably the defining moment of Trump's presidency. It's an awful moment in US history.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaVWRetR4jg&feature=youtu.be&t=28how does this video feel right about now?
I just don't know where we go from here. Anyone still defending Trump will probably never change their mind. If not this, what could do it.I am starting to think that Trump actually believes Putin. He admires him and believes him. Everyone around Trump knows the truth but they just never told Donald. All he hears from his inner circle, Fox News, and Putin is no one meddled. It is all lies. And he believes it.He might actually not be in on it. Of course that does not forgive his obstruction of justice and dereliction of duty by not believe his own intelligence group.