It is starting to happen the main stream press is truly starting to ask if our Presidnet is losing it? Most of the comments where simply YES!
For years, Donald Trump’s most outrageous fabrications have, in a way, served to bolster his reputation as a media savant. Braggadocio and exaggeration were the keys to building his brand as a successful businessman—a role he performed weekly on The Apprentice—despite multiple bankruptcies and allegations of fraud. He rose to political prominence by promoting the racist lie that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States. On the campaign trail, he mixed his talent for self-promotion with an even headier dose of conspiracy theories, all the while instructing his supporters to disbelieve anything they read or saw in the mainstream media. His boldest act of deception—or, perhaps, self-delusion—came on the first week of his presidency, when he ordered Sean Spicer to inform the press that his inaugural crowd had been the largest in history, despite clear photographic evidence to the contrary. Trump’s top adviser, Kellyanne Conway, called it an “alternative fact.” Continue Reading
A growing body of evidence suggests the president has broken with reality.