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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Daily Combover - March 28, 2017

While I was writing yesterday's Combover, Trump realized he left his phone in the plane he took back from his 13th golf vacation.  And as the Combover went up, Trump took to Twitter to remind us that he understands nothing about anything. As Jason pointed out last night, Twitter hit back.

But Trump wasn't done last night. The Tweet storm continued throughout the day today. Let's review:
Obviously any time Trump trumps up a trumped up business report about job creation, he's full of shit. Ford planned the expansion back in 2015 -- before Trump had even declared his intention to run for President.
We all know he gets all of his news from Breitbart, Drudge, and Fox & Friends. And generally his misinformed Tweets are regurgitations of said "news." This morning it was going to be a busy day of destroying the environment so he had to turn off the TV and head to the showers a little early this morning.

After his shower, makeup, and hair application, Trump had his morning Trump Coffee and picked up a copy of his friend Rupert's paper. Lo and Behold, Rupert Murdoch attacked the NY Times. Nobody saw that coming, did they?
Later it was time to actually get to work. Trump heard the police were on their way to the White House and got nervous for a minute but then remembered that it was just the National Fraternal Order of Police coming for a photo op, not coming to arrest him.
Speaking of work:
Trump plans to roll back all of President Barack Obama's environmental regulations to "revive" the coal industry. In our latest installment of Republicans-can't-understand-graphs, we present to you, Coal Mining Employment over the last 30 years:

See that giant dip in the 1980s? Saint Ronnie of Reagan presided over that dip. In fact, by the time President Clinton took over from the Reagan-Bush presidencies, Coal had lost 100,000 jobs thanks to Republican union busting. Under Obama? 30,000 jobs were lost.

And so we end the evening exactly how we started the day, with Trump parroting Kilmeade and Doocy:
I'd respond, but Tara Golshan already took care of it for Vox.
However, as Politifact reported, the accusations against Clinton have been deemed “mostly false,” as Clinton “didn’t have the power to approve or reject the deal” and led one of nine agencies that signed off on the deal.
Meanwhile, there are already four separate scandals involving Trump and Russia that arose because of the 2016 election: the resignation of Michael Flynn as National Security Adviser, after he lied to Vice President Mike Pence about his communications with the Russian ambassador to the US; the Russian hack of the DNC; a largely unsubstantiated dossier of Trump’s ties to Russia, which circulated the upper echelons of government; and Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusal from all further Trump-Russia investigations, after it became apparent that he had misled the Senate during confirmation hearings over his meetings with the Russian ambassador.
Last week, FBI Director James Comey confirmed it was investigating whether the president’s campaign or associates coordinated with Russia to interfere with the 2016 election.
Trump has denied every allegation connecting his political operation with the Russian government. On Monday, the White House confirmed Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner would testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee over the allegations.
Yeah, the Ramsay Bolton of the Trump Regime is headed to speak to the Senate. He's trustworthy, right?
Don't worry Fat Walda, Jared Bolton loves his baby brother.

Catch you on the flip side.

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