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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew Steeples Our editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

The Demise of Donald

Donald Trump’s 75-minute outburst proves once and for all that he’s utterly off his rocker; may his demise please come quickly

 

Donald Trump and the press are living in two different realities. He has failed to transition from a brash campaigning candidate to a dignified President of the United States of America and already the wheels of his administration are falling off. The press – whom, in Hitler-esque fashion, he brands “false news” and “failing liars” and bypasses in favour of rants on Twitter and mass rallies – have been sidelined and mocked but thankfully now they’re beginning to fight back.

 

Yesterday, the man the darling of the alt-right Milo Yiannopoulos calls “Daddy” went totally overboard during a hastily organised press conference. Donald Trump illustrated himself for what he truly is: An unhinged lunatic and someone without any capability to understand the essential fact that he has to be rational. When, for example, the BBC’s Jon Sopel asked the POTUS a question, he was met with:

 

DT: “Where are you from?”

 

JS: “The BBC”.

 

DT: “There’s another beauty… Impartial. Just like CNN. I know who you are”.

 

Many other members of the press were dealt with in a similar fashion during the 75-minute long event and of the oddest press conference ever given by a president, this morning, Eric Ham, a political analyst, told the BBC:

 

“The knives are out in his political circle. There are 4,000 political appointments that [Trump] needs to make and he’s very far behind where Obama was at the same stage… He is very behind”.

 

“That press conference was him speaking to his supporters… They see the media as out of touch, a Washington based, elite… He has to govern for the entire country, not just those who elected him. For how long will the elected representatives stand behind this?”

 

Trump – a man driven by only a desire for self-publicity and making money – has also failed to understand that the press are there to ask questions about his policy decisions and that America and the world have the right to hold him to account.

 

For failing to grasp such a crucial detail, this mentally unbalanced individual is now headed on the path to destruction. Only time will tell how long he’ll last but for the sake of us all, may ‘The Donald’s’ demise please be quick.

 

Comments

6 comments on “The Demise of Donald”

  1. Steeples: You need locking up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Donald Trump is MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN and the liars in the media are spreading FALSE NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Kellyanne Conway is doing her upmost to expose this and Donald rightly told the lefty liars what they are yesterday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, SUPPORT DONALD TRUMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. And………………. Donald is not in demise!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! His star is on the rise and he is going to be the best POTUS ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The foreign crooked Obama and crooked Hillary will be consigned to nowhere and forgotten soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. It was a masterful press conference, masterful performance. Unlike crooked Hillary or Obama Trump took questions, and answered them, from any and all reporters, even the like of CNN truth twisters.

  4. I’m afraid that this will not signal the demise of Donald Trump.
    Let me tell you why.
    I remember when he first announced his candidacy. He immediately caused controversy for his attack on Mexico. Then during the debates, he invoked the ire of both Republicans and Democrats for his comments about various people.
    “John McCain’s not a hero. I like people who weren’t captured.”
    “Megan Kelly’s bleeding from wherever.”
    “Crooked Hillary.”
    “Dopey Elizabeth Warren.”
    “Lyin’ Ted Cruz”
    “Mitt Romney was begging for my endorsement. I could have said, ‘Mitt, drop to your knees’, and he’d have done it.”
    “Donald J. Trump is calling for a complete and utter shutdown of Muslims from entering the country.”
    ……and not forgetting the infamous;
    “When you’re famous, they let you do anything….Grab them by the [insert expletive]…..”
    Didn’t make a blind bit of difference. Absolutely NOTHING fazed him. No matter how crude and vulgar he was. No matter what accusations people threw at him. No matter how insane and unworkable his policies were.
    He didn’t just beat Hillary Clinton, but 16 other Republicans to secure the presidency.
    If all those things failed to stop him, then I can’t see how a bizarre, rambling press conference could bring him down either.

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