There are two reasons Trump has succeeded in life: (1) he was given a truck load of money at a young age and (2) he has people who (for varying reasons) will do what he says.
Trump can now indulge his tinpot dictator fantasies thanks to Nazis like Stephen Miller, a compliant media that either shill for him or are afraid to call out his constant lies to his face, and a decrepit educational system that has spit out scores of morons for decades.
Trump: Suburban women... The fact is they’re going to [pause] really want to support me pic.twitter.com/4ORKhtjKDw— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) August 21, 2020
He's delusional pic.twitter.com/CjPFRlVsKb— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 21, 2020
Trump: It’s a fraudulent election, everyone knows it pic.twitter.com/VDFqMhzJPv— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) August 21, 2020
Trump says that on election day he's going to send law enforcement to polling locations pic.twitter.com/OpaYvUBY8P— Andrew Lawrence (@ndrew_lawrence) August 21, 2020
I hate to say it but Bloomberg is making an argument that needs to be made. And he's a good person to make it. Trump the business failure is a political failure.— digby (@digby56) August 21, 2020
Somebody's going to be very triggered.
***Yep. Knew he'd have a tantrum... https://t.co/J8nIV9DtVF— digby (@digby56) August 21, 2020
“She’s young so we don’t wanna be cruel here. BUT...” we are terrible, insecure assholes who knows we’re losing, so yeah, we’re gonna go ahead and continue to be the fucking worst.,— Pattipalooza (@ganglywhitegirl) August 21, 2020
At some point the "coffee boy" routine gets a little passé.— 🐘Jazzie🐘 (@baddogs4343) August 20, 2020
In August 2016, Steve Bannon was named Chief Executive Officer of Trump's 2016 presidential bid.— Pass the #VanessaGuillen Bill (@elidet) August 21, 2020
After Trump won, Steve Bannon was appointed Chief Strategist in the Trump administration.
Lara Trump is a grifter like the rest of them.
***He only tried to add him to the NSC. No big deal. https://t.co/4u2q06ErwP— D Villella ❄️ (@dvillella) August 21, 2020
Absolutely devastating. pic.twitter.com/z6vEhibfsJ— kristen johnston (@thekjohnston) August 20, 2020
Trump cabinet officials voted in 2018 White House meeting to separate migrant children, officials say.— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 20, 2020
"If we don't enforce this, it is the end of our country as we know it," Trump adviser Stephen Miller said, according to officials at meeting. https://t.co/kSkYknzuyR
remember when NYT published a normalizing announcement of Stephen Miller's wedding with no mention that he's a white nationalist https://t.co/P0TZq5CXQ4— Christopher Mathias (@letsgomathias) August 20, 2020
Stephen Miller "has his hands on the pulse of Trump's most violent voting base because ... he's been reading white supremacist and neo-Nazi literature for such a long time," reporter Jean Guerrero tells NPR. https://t.co/2oksDIn9r5— NPR (@NPR) August 16, 2020
I’d love to see walking Swastika Stephen Miller charged with crimes against humanity. The violence he as well as his boss have been able to unleash on brown migrant families and get away with is egregious and horrific. And worst of all, it’s likely another fraud scheme to boot.— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) August 20, 2020
Trump can implement a white nationalist agenda because even many liberal newsrooms refuse to call it what it is. The media is complicit, I told @page88 @realTrumpcast. In my book HATEMONGER, I connect the dots for readers. https://t.co/UbgSM6cGLD— Jean Guerrero (@jeanguerre) August 16, 2020