Frankly Me and my stepdad both thought he looked scared shitless in front of the camera.
There are no beginnings or endings of the wheel, but the windbag was A beginning.
Look worse, anyways. And yeah, that’s totally possible. Trump’s spokes-monsters may be doing a bad job of it, but to a large degree it’s because of what they’ve got to work with. How does one defend the indefensible? How does one support a president who blows apart your carefully crafted false narrative by going off-message and letting slip the horrible truth without a thought? One can’t. One can’t do a good job in that situation, but one could always do a worse job. Donald “Dunning-Kruger” Trump always thinks he can do a better job of it, but we’ve seen what happens when allowed to speak for himself. I’m sure whoever he thinks is going to do a better job - i.e. be more like him - will be worse than what he’s got.
Come to think of it, I saw something like this coming when that “Secret Hitler” booster pack was released, thinking that Murphy’s Law would ensure that it would become swiftly outdated.
Clearly they need to keep releasing updates in step with future appointments to keep Murphy’s Law in play. Then the only question is, will the administration outlast their update capacity?
Good for you, Sean.
You’ve proven yourself to be better than the other chumps.
Worse administration ever.
I’m pretty disappointed that this happened without an on-camera emotional breakdown. I was fully expecting him to burst into tears at a press conference and be swiftly ushered out of the public eye.
We must give credit to Trump. A guy with a name like “Scaramucci” will have a lot of appeal to his base of surly nativists who distrust Wall Street and people with foreign-sounding names.
Hmm, let’s put on the Breitbart googles…
Sean Spicer Resigns After Trump Appoints Anthony Scaramucci as Communications Director
White House press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned, just six months after holding the job, according to White House sources.
Spicer made his decision after President Donald Trump appointed long-time loyalist Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director.
Trump made his decision to hire Scaramucci last night, confirming his decision on Friday morning despite protests from some in the administration.
Spicer, a career political spokesperson, was deeply opposed to the idea and resigned in protest to Trump’s decision. After White House communications director Mike Dubke resigned in May, Spicer tried to position himself as the replacement. That effort failed, as Trump decided to select a Trump loyalist as a successor.
White House reporters were asked to clear the hallways of the press area while Spicer met with press staff in his office following the decision. Laughing and clapping was heard coming out of the room.
Really? NYT only reports the applause.
They actually embedded a Melissa McCarthy video.
The parting shot:
Trump was loyal to Spicer despite misgivings about his performance, but closely scrutinized his work. Spicer’s daily briefings became popular entertainment for television and online audiences, prompting the White House to move them off-camera, despite protests from the media.
Nice knife-work there.
Scaramucci Scaramucci will you do the fandango?
Thunderbolts and lightening, trump is very frightened indeed!
I always thought their jobs/roles had a certain similarity.
You need the music too:
And you’d like to think that presiding over the death of your country’s founding liberal democracy would take its toll on someone with any sort of conscious.
Can that be quickly started and stopped to allow playing Musical Chairs? Asking for a Scientology dictator friend.
Yeah - I’m afraid Spicer had the modern-day political equivalent of the Kobayshi Maru.
Ahh - the memories…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z49bBPf7b4g
So in this analogy, Putin is Captain Kirk? The only one to win the no-win situation by rigging it?
As with the latest news about Sessions and that new agriculture guy, it’s hard to say who of this posse is the largest shitbucket. This is not gonna be good for anyone (except themselves of course).
Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?
I fear it may be the former.