Well he seems to be putting himself up for impeachment.
And if he goes down it's like a "Fuck you" as Mike Pence a holy roller
Bannon etc, gets into power. Nevertheless the masses of people that
would be hurt from their policies would stand up in protest more than they
do with Trump as I would guess as the fire in the bar gets rolled up more!
All and more like an opinion or a sick question asked from many.
Is Trump and Conway doing it?!?!? Hay Ethical Non Monogamy
is good as I see it but if so Trump should say it! Many in office did the bad!
Hoover in dress: http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/814
But the point is that question. And more. Well the question needs to be answered!
"When the president was asked last month about whether he was lonely not
having his wife in the White House, he said: 'No, because I end up working longer.
And that's OK.'"
"'I don't play golf, and I don't have a mistress, so I have a lot of time that a lot of
these other men don't,' Conway told the Fox Business Network on Thursday after
President-elect Donald Trump named her White House counselor."
So there is more time for all to work together?
Well when I see this stuff on TV like everyone else it made me wonder!!
But who knows!
~~~~~Mel Brooks: ‘Donald Trump doesn't scare me. He's a song-and-dance man'“The whole thing is crazy,” he says. “Trump was never a politician. He was never a senator. I don’t think he was ever president of his high-school class. And then he got himself elected president of the United States. He didn’t expect to win. He didn’t take it seriously. Three hundred million Americans didn’t take it seriously. Now they do.”
Brooks, who views Trump’s anti-Muslim travel ban as poorly planned and poorly executed – his parents came to the US as kids – does not revile the new president in the kneejerk way most movie people do. “Trump doesn’t scare me,” he says. “He’s a song-and-dance man. Pence [the vice-president] and Bannon [Trump’s scheming henchman, a kind of Dick Cheney without the radiant, cherubic charm], those guys make me nervous.” He adds: “We are not talking about Athenian democracy here.”
Brooks made staggering amounts of money from films with tiny budgets. But money was not always easy to raise, because his films were quirky, goofy. He recalls his duplicity when trying to bankroll Young Frankenstein, which earned $86.3m on a budget of $2.8m.
“At the end of the meeting, when I had them sold, I walked over to the door, turned around said, ‘By the way, the film’s in black-and-white.’ Then I quickly slammed the door and ran down the hall, followed by a hundred Jewish guys screaming: ‘No money! No deal. No black-and-white!’”