December 6, 2022

Trump just launched an unprovoked Christmas eve attack on the FBI deputy director’s wife

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This morning, the President of the United States rose from his eight hours of sleep to begin his other eight hours a day – of cable television, that is.


The President began his daily binge with the usual four hours of FOX and Friends – and their coverage inspired him to double down on his attacks against the FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who announced he would be retiring yesterday.

McCabe’s decision to step down prompted the President to immediately swing into attack gear as the Republican propaganda machine took aim at fired FBI Director James Comey’s number two, pre-emptively working to discredit him in the eyes of the public before he has a chance to publicly affirm Comey’s assertion that President Trump attempted to obstruct the Justice Department’s investigation into disgraced National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn’s secret communications with Russian and Turkish agents.

Of course, the unimaginative right-wing media engine is trotting out the same old boogeyman in order to rile up their base – or rather, the boogeywoman.

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Never mind the outrageous hypocrisy of Trump using his Official Twitter Account to attack the people who were investigating Donald Trump – hypocrisy has been drowned in the swamp and no longer has meaning or weight in the era of Trump.

Trump’s entire premise is based on the implication that having a political affiliation or expressing an opinion of any sort is immediate proof of bias and thus should be disqualified from their jobs – which of course doesn’t apply to him or his administration.

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What is clear at this point is that the more noise Trump makes about Andrew McCabe, the quicker his name will rise on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s list of people to be interviewed – and all the tweets in the world aren’t going to stop a man like McCabe from telling his side of the story.

Trump’s guilt becomes more and more evident with every letter he types.

Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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