Donald Trump with Roger Stone and his wife Nydia (File)
UPDATE, JULY 13:
I spoke with talkRADIO’s Julia Hartley-Brewer on Monday about Trump’s latest attempt to escape responsibility for a Coronavirus death toll of more than 135,000 in the US.
So Donald Trump finally wore a mask? In reality, he’s wearing a blindfold.
He’s breaking down the divide between Republicans and Democrats. It’s not just some Republican politicians who are questioning his ability to lead. It’s also some Republican voters.
Because Coronavirus doesn’t distinguish between Democrat and Republican.
ORIGINAL ENTRY, JULY 12: In our latest US Week in Review, I chatted with talkRADIO’s Nick de Bois on Saturday about Donald Trump’s latest abuse of power and his ongoing denial of Coronavirus.
We begin with a review of Trump’s commutation of the 40-month prison sentence of Roger Stone, hoping to maintain the burial of the Trump-Russia scandal.
Then we juxtapose Trump’s “it will soon disappear” with the deadly Coronavirus surge across most of the US.
We’re in the final scenes of Scarface. Except Al Pacino is a much better actor than Donald Trump when he’s willing for everything to come down around him.