Marion McKeone: 100 days of ineptitude
Trump’s first three months will be memorable for all the wrong reasons
So much has happened as US president Donald Trump hurtles towards the end of his first 100 days in office, and yet so little. The Office of the President has been catapulted into an era of fake news, alternate facts, furious Twitter rants and a White House where petty treacheries and casual betrayals are the norm.
The Apprentice has morphed into the Apprentice President and his Crony Cabinet, and like Trump’s former television show, it makes...
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