One Hundred Days of Incompetence, from Populist to Neo-Conservative

❝ President Donald Trump’s chaotic and ineffective first 100 days in office seem to have vindicated even his harshest critics. US policymaking has been rendered inscrutable and unpredictable to almost everyone – including, perhaps, to the president himself.

RTFA. Long, detailed, broadcast distribution of analysis by well-educated analysts, theoreticians, pedants. The kind of folks who wouldn’t waste a minute in Trump’s presence once they realized he has no interest in either aiding his fellow human beings or ever learning how to do so.

Published by Project Syndicate

3 thoughts on “One Hundred Days of Incompetence, from Populist to Neo-Conservative

  1. Maine Atheist says:

    100% corrrct! What’a that? 1% per day? The media acts like Mr. Orange potato head really is the president and he made promises on the campaign that even he is starting to see (Who knew healthcare would be so difficult; This job is harder than I thought). The incoherent and disconnected words that randomly spilled out of that man’s mouth during the campaign were about as note worthy and significant as a fart. That’s OK little orange head. Now go and put on your Depends and take a nap for the next 4 years. IF there are any adults in the room they will stumble through it all and hopefully not blow the whole thing up in the process.

  2. Newspeak says:

    “In a self-congratulatory ad marking his first 100 days in office, President Trump labels major television networks “fake news.” So CNN is refusing to sell the president airtime to show the commercial. ““CNN requested that the advertiser remove the false graphic that the mainstream media is ‘fake news,’” the cable channel said in a statement. “The mainstream media is not fake news, and therefore the ad is false and per policy will be accepted only if that graphic is deleted.”
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