Trump’s switch and bait diversions hide the bigger truths from the electorate
Despite his protestations, the US president will be pleased with last week’s Supreme Court ruling on his finances, which effectively delays the results of any investigations until well after the November elections
US president Donald Trump’s response to two very different situations last week confirmed a hypothesis this reporter has had for a very long time. Trump claims to be losing when he’s actually winning – at least in the short term – and, conversely, he claims to be winning when he’s losing.
A clear example of the former is his apparent loss in the Supreme Court’s two rulings relating to...
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