I got this from the Washington Post.
— In next door Maine, Gov. Paul LePage (R) actually said yesterday that “authoritarian power” may be needed in the United States. “Sometimes, I wonder that our Constitution is not only broken, but we need … [Trump] to show some authoritarian power in our country and bring back the rule of law,” his longtime supporter said during a radio interview. “We’ve had eight years of a president, he’s an autocrat, he just does it on his own, he ignores Congress and every single day, we’re slipping into anarchy.” (Portland Press-Herald)
Umm…if Obama has been an “autocrat” and “ignores Congress”… wouldn’t that mean we’ve already had 8 years of “authoritarian power”?!? I think Mr LePage needs to pick up a dictionary and a history book. He’s obviously clueless.
“Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power” by Michael Kranish, Marc Fisher –
When New York magazine’s architecture critic Carter Wiseman panned a Trump building, Wiseman got a letter calling him a loser and a poor dresser who wore corduroy suits. Times architecture critic Goldberger found his dress habits critiqued on Page Six after Goldberger wrote negatively about Trump’s Television City plans. Sometimes Trump eschewed the company letterhead and just annotated a copy of the offending piece of journalism and sent it to the author. When Times columnist Gail Collins called Trump a “financially embattled thousandaire,” he sent her column back with her face circled. Next to it, Trump had written, “The Face of a Dog!”
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Emirates Advises Citizens Not To Wear Traditional Dress While Traveling http://n.pr/29mw65L
Because in America, we shoot first and ask questions after we get in trouble. (All I can do is shake my head.)