is this a math question…?
Wisdom and Aphorisms from President Trump: Great Leader, Great Teacher, Great Supreme Commander, Great Helmsman of our Nation
So recall that once upon a time Theresa May invited Trump to the UK for a state visit. Then that invite got downgraded because it was clear the formal procession through London was going to be a sea of protestors.
But! Trump was still invited, and he was going to make a “working visit” instead in 2018.
Not any more. He’s been disinvited because he tried to start a Twitter war with Theresa May after she disapproved of him retweeting British white nationalists.
So to summarize, the President caused a major diplomatic breach with one of our closest allies purely because he’s a belligerent racist idiot who likes to stir up trouble.
Let’s not forget that Trump – with the power of the world’s largest economy at his back, master of tens of thousands of government workers at his beck and call – started the Tweet war by rebuking some random woman in the south of England who has a grand total of six followers.
WTF is a pool spray? It sounds like something you run through at Six Flags Great Lodge.
(US, politics, journalism) An event in which photographers and other members of the news media are allowed to visit briefly with the US President or other top US government officials, especially on the occasion of a meeting with leaders or high-level officials from other countries
Oh. I had something more scatalogical in mind…
Maybe you’re thinking of “stool spray”.
Presumably “pool” refers to the press pool.
More like “cess pool” amirite #MAGA #DRAINTHESWAMP #usachristian
Our ambassador made a formal complaint.
Brendans wife Jo Cox MP was assassinated by a white supremacist who shouted “Britain first” as he murdered her.
I just figured it referred to the pee tape.
Exactly. Trump laying down in a plastic kiddie pool while… well… you get it.
The parenthetical is just so precious.
Is it though?
In Russia, yes, everywhere else not so much
Also on Qo’noS.
The media that was “speculating” about Tillerson were the New York Times and CNN, which wrote articles parroting what Trump administration officials told them what was going to happen.
As Josh Marshall and others have pointed out (though, ahem, not in these words) - how goddamn stupid do the NYT and CNN have to be to keep falling for this crap? Trump is using them to push his own agenda, then pulling the football away and calling the bogus stories he planted “fake news.” And they keep taking the bait.