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Monday, June 5, 2017

"I can count. I have all the best words and the numbers, too. Look at the budget. Trillions of numbers. More than ever. Red ones."






Today is the President's 136th day in office.

When he launched his travel ban, he said it was necessary to deal with an immediate crisis. He wanted 120 days to work up his EXTREME VETTING plan.

By his measure, the plan should have been out two weeks ago. If he and his team had a semblance of an act to get together, there'd be no need for a Supreme Court case.

But this week will be one in which EXTREME DISTRACTIONS will be needed. James Comey is testifying Thursday, so the President is holding a bunch of rallies for his EXTREME INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN.

The Guardian reported today on the morning's tweets and how they highlight the President's ADD issues:
Among the people who have insisted that Trump’s policy does not amount to a “ban” is the president’s own press secretary. In January, White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters: “It’s not a Muslim ban. It’s not a travel ban. It’s a vetting system to keep America safe.”

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