Monday, April 10, 2017

Trump's Big CON: He Clings to Lies "Like a Drunk to an Empty Gin Bottle"

UPDATE:  Watching Trump is watching fabulism in action. He hears a comment, "lops off the all-important 'if' part, and takes it as a compliment. And then he takes that perceived compliment and amplifies it by a factor of about four; 'great president' becomes 'one of the great presidents in the history of the country.'

The question, as with all of Trump's falsehoods, is whether it's subconscious or deliberate — the 'Stupid or Liar' theory. Either he doesn't comprehend what Cummings was saying to him — which is a big problem in a president — or he chooses to completely misrepresent it — which is a big problem in a president."

Read the Washington Post, Trump’s completely bizarre claim that a Democrat said he would rank among the greatest presidents.

Read also:

Trump's Big CON: Is He Lying or Delusional?

Trump's Big CON: When Does Trump Tell the Truth? 

Easier yet, read all the Trump's Big CON posts.

"The Wall Street Journal's normally Trump-friendly editorial board dropped a rhetorical bomb on the president, writing Wednesday that he clings to 'falsehoods' 'like a drunk to an empty gin bottle.' . .

'No doubt Mr. Trump considers that fake news, but if he doesn't show more respect for the truth most Americans may conclude he's a fake President.'

Read the Daily Mail, Trump clings to lies 'like a drunk to an empty gin bottle' says Wall Street Journal as Trump-friendly editorial board turns on the president.

Read also (if you have a subscription) the Wall Street Journal, A President’s Credibility, which discusses "the damage that Mr. Trump is doing to his presidency with his seemingly endless stream of exaggerations, evidence-free accusation, implausible denials and other falsehoods."

Even his friends and supporters are now realizing and admitting that Trump is a Psycho-Narcissistic Con Man.