Trump Tweets Quote From Newsmax Host Causing King of Israel to Trend on Twitter

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It’s Wednesday.

Half-way through the week.

Closer to fall.

So far for Hump Day, the President has tweeted 12 times.

On Tuesday speaking from the Oval Office the President complained about how some members of Congress want to stop funding to Israel. It’s only two people from Congress so far.

He added during his compliant that the American Jewish person who votes for a Democrat is either stupid or disloyal.

White House Transcript.

Trump: And I think any Jewish people that vote for a Democrat, I think it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.

During a TV segment on Newsmax TV, Root, made the quote that the President tweeted out this morning causing both King of Israel, and #DisloyalToTrump to trend on Twitter.

As is expected defenders of President Trump, such as his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani explained that President Trump was referring to the Democratic Jewish American’s disloyalty to Israel.

The Jerusalem Post, notes that “The claim of dual loyalty has long been used as an antisemitic trope against Jews.”

For What It’s Worth.

As of July 19th according to the Morning Consult state approval and disapproval tracker, the President was at 41 percent approve, while 55 disapprove.

He tweeted once in between the next two tweets, but they link to the Fed bad Trump Tariffs good tweets.

Tariffs = tax on the American Consumer.

I feel like we are in a rinse and repeat cycle from hell.

The economy is good.


It’s like arguing with a teen who likes Bobby even though Bobby is dating her best friends cousins sister Sheila.

On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that according to four people familiar with the talks, last month Toyota, Fiat, Chrysler, and General Motors, had been summoned to the White House.

They had be asked there, as the article notes to discuss, their pact with California to keep to stricter rules on auto emissions, a rule the White House is planning to lessen.

From the article.

Mr. Trump, described by three people as enraged by California’s deal, has demanded that his staff members step up the pace to complete his plan. His proposal, however, is directly at odds with the wishes of many automakers. They fear that the aggressive rollbacks will spark a legal battle between California and the federal government that could upend their business by splitting the United States into two car markets, one with stricter emissions standards than the other.

The New York Times.

Autonews notes that the White House plan would freeze, “standards at about 37 mpg and is being billed by Trump as a way for the auto industry to keep new-vehicle prices down while easing regulatory burdens.”

They also point out that President Trump’s “proposal would also rescind California’s longtime legal authority to impose its own emissions standards.”

I’m old enough to remember the old normal when States rights mattered, when it was frowned upon for a President to attempt to pick winners and losers, and when tweeting crazy was for the likes of ChER.

Ah good ole’ 2015….

Because I missed it.

As the husband and I were dashing off to continue our house buying quest, the President dropped two tweets of pure comedic gold, on top of being insane.

As the News Blender reported on Friday it had been reported that President Trump had expressed interest in purchasing Greenland from Denmark, it was received in jest, Denmark responded that Greenland was not for sale.

As I was grabbing my purse, the President in a fit decided to say fuck it then, because IDK, the owners of Greenland, though it should be noted, they do self-govern, was uninterested in having a serious discussion of the U.S. purchasing something they owned.

The Denmark PM, is not amused.

As Alien noted this morning, what started out as a joke, comedy gold, has now turned into a diplomatic crisis, with yet another ally offended by the current American President.

I’m gonna attempt to hold on tightly to the comedy gold, versus weeping into my coffee.

But wait there is more apparently.

See? Now I’m all weepy.

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