- “President Trump is killing me. No, really. He’s killing me,” Dana Milbank wrote
- Milbank said he was suffering from “Trump Hypertensive Unexplained Disorder,”
- Milbank: ‘I think I am not the only one newly diagnosed with Trump Hypertensive Unexplained Disorder.’
From Daily Caller;
Dana Milbank said he discovered Trump’s presidency is affecting his health after visiting the doctor for his first physical in 49 years, in an opinion piece published Friday. Milbank said he had to report that he had not been feeling well recently.
“President Trump is killing me. No, really. He’s killing me,” Milbank wrote.
The WaPo writer said he has been suffering from fatigue, headaches, trouble sleeping, and chest pain. Milbank said his blood pressure was “alarmingly high” after his doctor tested it, making a point that his blood pressure has “always been normal.”
Milbank said he was suffering from “Trump Hypertensive Unexplained Disorder,” a disorder he created and diagnosed himself with. “For almost five decades, I had been the picture of health, but eight months into Trump’s presidency, I was suddenly ailing,” he wrote. “Trump is the only variable, I told my doctor. ‘He sure is variable,’ my doc replied, endorsing the diagnosis.”
Throughout Milbank’s piece he explained how he knows his “disorder” caused by Trump is a real thing, claiming he performed a longitudinal study to test his “hypothesis.” Milbank said he purchased a blood pressure monitor and would wrap it around his bicep throughout various parts of the daily news cycle.
“I am spending the evening with friends. Blood pressure: 116/67. Trump says he is going to respond to North Korea with ‘fire and fury.’ Blood pressure: 150/95,” Milbank continued. “I’m at home with the kids. Blood pressure: 117/69. Jeff Sessions says they’re scrapping the DACA program: 137/92.”
- Trump tweeted: “Amazon is doing great damage to tax paying retailers”
- Jeff Bezos owns anti-Trump The Washington Post
- Amazon’s shares lost 1.2 per cent of their value in pre-market trading after Mr Trump’s comments.
Donald Trump wiped around $5.7bn dollars off the stock market valuation of Amazon in less than two hours on Wednesday, with a tweet attacking the online retail giant for “doing great damage to tax paying retailers”.
Amazon’s shares lost 1.2 per cent of their value in pre-market trading after Mr Trump’s comments.
The President tweeted: “Amazon is doing great damage to tax paying retailers. Towns, cities and states throughout the US are being hurt – many jobs being lost!”
Mr Trump has previously criticised Amazon and the Washington Post, owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, for its coverage. In June, Mr Trump tweeted: “AmazonWashingtonPost, sometimes referred to as the guardian of Amazon not paying internet taxes“.
In December 2015, Mr Trump accused Mr Bezos of using the Washington Post as a tax shelter to reduce Amazon’s tax bill. Mr Trump claimed that Amazon’s stock would “crumble like a paper bag” if it could not use this arrangement.
Mr. Bezos owns the Washington Post via a holding company which is not linked to Amazon.
Read more: $5.7 BILLION wiped off value…
WHITE HOUSE STILL PLAUGED WITH LEAKS: WaPo – Trump advisers aboard Air Force One discussed strategy about Trump Jr.-Russia hysteria
- Latest leak: Trump’s advisers discussed how to respond to a new revelation that Trump’s oldest son had met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign .
- What Trump advisers did is NOT A CRIME, admits Washington Post – but they know the memo: the deranged media must report it as if it’s a crime.
From Daily Caller:
In Trump’s first 126 days in office, from Jan. 20 to May 25, there were at least 125 news articles based on classified information that were published in prominent national news outlets, according to a report published Thursday by the Republican side of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee
A 24 page senate report, “State Secrets: How an Avalanche of Media Leaks is Harming National Security,” exposed a stunning number of White House leaks to left-wing media outlets like New York Times ( owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Sim ) and Washington Post ( owned by Jeff Bezos, another anti-Trump billionaire and founder of Amazon ).
President Trump’s advisers discussed how to respond to a new revelation that Trump’s oldest son had met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign.
… Although misleading the public or the news media is not a crime, advisers to Trump and his family told The Washington Post that they fear any indication that Trump was seeking to hide information about contacts between his campaign and Russians almost inevitably would draw additional scrutiny from Mueller.
JARED KUSHNER’S TESTIMONY ENDED MEDIA’S RUSSIA HYSTERIA: “The Quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling”
- Jared Kushner’s statement and testimony before Congress have made Democrats and many in the media come to the realization that the collusion they were counting on just isn’t there
- A Washington Post op-ed by Ed Rogers titled, “The Quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling”
- After his testimony, news producers and editors to realize that the story is fading.
The left is waving the white flag on fake Trump-Russia collusion story.
A Washington Post op-ed by Ed Rogers titled, “The Quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling”, is a sign the exhausted Russia-deranged media are done with their hoax and just want to move to their next fake news or whatever anti-Trump piece they come up with.
The writer actually admits that the whole Russian collusion narrative is ‘the story that never was’.
From the Washington Post:
While everyone is fixated on President Trump’s unbecoming and inexplicable assault on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the media has been trying to sneak away from the “Russian collusion” story. That’s right. For all the breathless hype, the on-air furrowed brows and the not-so-veiled hopes that this could be Watergate, Jared Kushner’s statement and testimony before Congress have made Democrats and many in the media come to the realization that the collusion they were counting on just isn’t there.
As the date of the Kushner testimony approached, the media thought it was going to advance and refresh the story. But Kushner’s clear, precise and convincing account of what really occurred during the campaign and after the election has left many of President Trump’s loudest enemies trying to quietly back out of the room unnoticed.
Cable news airtime and in-print word count dedicated to the nonexistent collusion story appear to be dwindling. Democrats and their allies in the media seem less eager to talk about it, and when they do, they say something to the effect of “but, but, but … Kushner didn’t answer every question … He wasn’t under oath … There are still more witnesses … What about this or that new gadfly?” They are stammering. And it hasn’t taken long for news producers and editors to realize that the story is fading.
At last, the story that never was is not happening.
MLLIONAIRE SOCIALIST BERNIE SANDERS ACCUSED OF STEALING HIS NEIGHBOR’S WASHINGTON POST SUNDAY PAPERS
Unbelievable! Millionaire socialist Bernie Sanders ‘has been coming out every Sunday morning and stealing his next door neighbor’s Washington Post.’
Sanders was caught after neighbor told WP they’re going to cancel subscription because they are not getting their expensive Sunday paper. After WaPo promised investigation, they told the subscriber:
“The delivery person claims has seen you come out of your house again and again and grab the paper on Sunday mornings. Yes, and we got a description from the delivery person. You are an older man with gray hair, balding, and little round glasses…”
And the guy said, “I’m like, you know, in my 50s and I’ve got a full head of dark hair. But, my neighbor is Bernie Sanders.”
Via Red State:
Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane when they are in Washington DC, live in this house on Capitol Hill, ok? Part of their vast real estate empire. They’re like wannabe Trumps with their real estate holdings.
The next-door neighbor…their neighbor on Capitol Hill called the Washington Post and told the Washington Post that they were cancelling their Washington Post subscription because their very expensive Sunday Post stopped showing up. Not there this week, last week, the week before, then it was there one week but the week before it wasn’t delivered, so I’m cancelling my subscription to the post because your delivery person never gets to me. I’m paying for it but it never gets to me.
The Washington Post said, “Please, do not cancel your subscription to the Washington Post. We will investigate with the delivery person and we will get back to you.”
So the Post investigated. They got back to the person cancelling their subscription to the Post and they said, “Listen, we talked to the delivery person. Our delivery person claims has seen you come out of your house again and again and grab the paper on Sunday mornings. Immediately as the paper delivery person delivers the paper, they’ve seen you come out of your house and pick up the newspaper. So, sir, you are lying to us.”
[The neighbor] said, “Oh, ok, I’ve been coming out and picking up the paper?”
“Yes, and we got a description from the delivery person. You are an older man with gray hair, balding, and little round glasses…”
And the guy said, “I’m like, you know, in my 50s and I’ve got a full head of dark hair. But, my neighbor is Bernie Sanders.”
And Bernie Sanders has been coming out every Sunday morning and stealing his next door neighbor’s Washington Post.
From fake news to fake polls!
They are backkk! Russian hoax is marching back to the grave so the left is switching tactic and bringing back fake polls again to go after President Trump. Fake polls are
Rush Limbaugh below:
This misrepresentation… They take and put together a faulty sample that oversamples Democrats. This ABC/Washington Post poll that has Trump’s approval number plummeting? Do you know what the plus Democrat number is? It’s 12%! There was a plus-12% additional Democrats sampled in this poll. Well, hell’s bells! And if you look elsewhere, you find that barely 9% of Trump’s base is having some problems with him. He is having practically no falloff at all, which is frustrating. But here’s the thing about these polls. Look at what polls are doing to Democrats and the left.
They think they’re winning everything because of the polls. Hillary was gonna win in a landslide because of the polls. Trump was barely gonna show up because of the polls. Now there are polls saying that Trump’s popularity is vanishing, and he’s quickly becoming a nonentity. But it is not true! So the media believe their own polls and conduct business accordingly. Their deranged audience, the lunatics on the left, believe the polls. They’re losing everywhere except in the polls, and so they think they’re winning and that everything else is fraudulent.
And it’s a disservice that the pollsters are doing to their own people, and it’s large… I think the polls have a major role in creating some of the discord that exists. Not fully. I mean, there are many elements to this. But if you’re a deranged lunatic leftist and you’re part of the Democrat base — and you’re a victim or you’re offended and you’re constantly angry — and you see poll after poll after poll that shows a majority of American people agree with you, and yet everywhere in real life you’re losing, what would you do?
- JEALOUS? Erik Wemple of the Washington Post: “Kill Fox & Friends Before it’s Too Late”
- Wemple: President Trump takes his cues from the dreadful morning program on Fox News. Or miscues
- The reliance of the president on “Fox & Friends,” already well established, took on a bit more menace
JEALOUS LIBS! Well known fact President Trump likes to watch Fox & Friends, then he would shoot a tweet based on what he saw from the show, then liberal media go nuts! Repeat cycle of watch, shoot and media explode.
On July 10, WaPo writer Erik Wemple just can’t take it anymore he finally found a solution: ‘Kill Fox & Friends’. Wemple considers it a menace the reliance of president Trump on “Fox & Friends,” an already well established fact.
If Trump watches official fake news network CNN and official unhinged network MSNBC, no way this loony WaPo hack would complain.
Sean Hannity unleashed a tweetstorm on the Washington Post writer, calling him a disgrace.
From Washington Post :
Back when regular people watched “Fox & Friends,” it was bad enough to warrant killing the show. Back in those pre-Trump-presidency days, the program merely distorted the news in ways that reflected poorly on President Barack Obama.
President Trump takes his cues from the dreadful morning program on Fox News. Or miscues
The republic managed to survive the awfulness.
Again, “Fox & Friends” and Trump prove what a noxious combination they’ve become. The former churns out questionable information or mere pro-Trump cheerleading, and the latter amplifies it. Thus far, this symbiosis has clarified just what “Fox & Friends” is — a propaganda mill — and the type of media coverage the president fancies — straight-up sycophancy.
….Left to its own devices, “Fox & Friends” could do far more damage, unless it’s killed.