North Korean officials have said that they are willing to turn the page and start fresh with President Trump.
PDRK -- ready to negotiate? Is this possible?
Sounds promising. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/04/12/chinas-xi-tells-trump-wa...
Maybe. But the president is giving three major impressions:
One: He relies on the last person who speaks to him in an authoratative manner or the last news item on Fox News.
Two: He appears to be either attempting to emulate Ronald Reagan's "Teflon President" image, or somehow believes that it's always someone else's fault, except when
Three: He (and his senior minions) only "trust" persons who demonstrate complete, long-term unquestioned loyalty to him.
There is a further impression developing. He appears to consider (post AHCA) the more "hard right nationalist" part of his administration to be Losers. Donald J. Trump has declared he does not like Losers.
-GOP party shown to be the lying fucks we knew they were and about to be destroyed
Eh, maybe, but not the way the Democrats were. You ever read Dune?
Also you said the Grand Old Party party.
You should read it; you'd probably like it. I don't want to give away the ending, but Trump is doing something that echoes it.
Dems are the Harkonnens. The GOP is house Corrino. Trump is Paul and most of his base is the Fremen. He made Priebus his Chief of Staff but created a special position for Steve Bannon.
Trump as Paul...Not even close man. Trump might be the king, but more likely Trump is the Barron..
That's the movie some of us live in. I don't live in that movie and so don't get those impressions. I also don't get the opposite. For me, it's more wait and see. (Except 3. viz. Ben Carson.)