August 15, 2022

Broken record Trump just responded to Manafort sentencing memo with a pitiful deflection attempt

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In the middle of the 20th century, Donald Trump would be compared to a broken record — one that skipped and repeated the same phrases over and over ad nauseam.


In today’s digital world the best metaphor for the president’s penchant for echolaliac rants is a digital glitch, a programming defect in Trump’s mental code that causes an endless loop of baseless paranoid accusations to spew forth from his Twitter fingers as they did again this morning.

Trump — likely inspired by the endless drip of damning details about the proven corruption of his 2016 presidential campaign as contained in his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s sentencing memo that Special counsel Robert Mueller filed yesterday —  habitually returned to his tried and true tactic of projecting his own guilt upon others in a tweet that covered his greatest accusatory hits like the president’s own edition of “Now That’s What I Call Corruption Volume 2019.”

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This edition revisits your favorite oldies including:

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  • No Collusion!
  • Crooked Hillary Clinton!
  • The DNC Server!
  • Missing Texts!
  • Secret FBI Agent Lovers!
  • and so many more that you’ll want them now!

It’s obvious that the walls are closing in on Trump as the multiple investigations into his administration and campaign result in indictments and convictions for his closest associates.

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The fact that all Trump can respond to the latest revelations of criminal activity in his campaign with is a data dump of stale recycled talking points demonstrates that the data in the president’s brain is as corrupted as his administration has been since day one.

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Vinnie Longobardo

is the Managing Editor of Washington Press and a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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