Only the latter two assumptions in the headline are obvious. And the suffice to explain why US President Trump is giving the Russian regime a pass on everything, completely overlooking the danger they (with China) represent to democracy worldwide, including in the Middle East.
About the latter, Trump betrayed the only ally Israel has in the Middle East, the Kurds. A strategic blunder and immorality at the same time. He delivered them to the dictator of Turkey — you remember, the country with the greatest number of genocides that never admitted even one of them, and to Russia. Who needs enemies with friends like that?
Yet, the idea that Trump would try to cozy up to Iran says more about the one who suggests that than about Trump. Yes, he loves dictators and White-supremacists. But don’t overlook that one doesn’t forget what one heard at home about Jews. Donald’s father was a known friend of Jews.
In her new tell-all memoir, Trump’s niece calls their family toxic. Who am I to disagree? But unfortunately, she overstates and exaggerates (and thereby weakens) her case against her uncle by subtitling her book “My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.” I’ll tell you how.
You can’t call someone with Parkinson’s disease dangerous. But if you let him be a neurosurgeon, he could be the most dangerous surgeon in the world. By being a supremacist, arrogant, controlling bully and con artist, Trump is not a dangerous man. But making him president of the USA may make him the most dangerous president of the USA.
There are rumors that Trump will quit because he doesn’t like losing. He won’t just quit. What he could do, because besides belligerent he’s also terribly lazy, is say: listen, I love America very much but this is no fun anymore. He would retire and move to Israel and suggest that Nikki Haley would run instead of him. If she wins, he’d say: because of me. If she’d lose, he’d say: she ruined it. Mark my words.
Donald Jeopardy Trump — the sooner he goes the better.