Thursday, April 20, 2017

Trump's Big CON: He Is a Hypocrite (A Polite Way of Saying Liar)

UPDATE: And just how does he do it?

Take China as an example: "Trump has said repeatedly that he would label China a currency manipulator — as many as a dozen times as a 2016 candidate and three times on Twitter back in 2012, according to the Donald Trump database."

Read the Washington Post, The unmistakable anatomy of a President Trump flip-flop, which explains:

"This is a nice little microcosm of Trump's repeated flip-flops and contortions. It goes a little something like this:

    Amateur politician makes big statement (in this case, that China is a currency manipulator)

    Amateur politician promises to take swift and controversial action (to label China a currency manipulator as president)

    Crowd cheers

    Amateur politician repeats promise over and over, to more cheers

    Amateur politician actually becomes president

    Amateur politician-president realizes his stance was completely impractical (given China's role in containing North Korea, among other things)

    Amateur politician-president can't understand why people would have taken him at his word in the first place"

To review more of the The Donald's many lies, see this database of Donald Trump  Speeches. Tweets. Policy.  Unedited. Unfiltered. Instantly.

"Over the last two weeks, President Trump has attacked Syria without congressional approval, ratcheted up the use of force in Afghanistan with a huge bomb, and moved to reverse the Obama administration's policy of releasing White House visitor logs.

Each of these actions runs completely counter to the views and values once espoused by Trump on Twitter. And they join an amazingly long — and growing — list of old Trump tweets that have become eerily applicable to Trump's own presidency in ways that scream 'hypocrisy.'"

Read the Washington Post, Trump’s old tweets are becoming a minefield of hypocrisy.

The article includes a list of some of The Donald's many hypocrisies.