Sunday, April 02, 2017
Vasu Reddy from Chicago
Trump will continue to deny and tweet against anything that doesn’t suit him or unfavorable to him. No one should be surprised as it the way he has been all his 70 years and being the US president should have no impact on his behavior. We must remember that Trump has been what he is now, and there are no two faces to him. He is now surrounded with people who are of similar disposition. His spokesman makes it a daily habit of badgering anyone that has a question. Trump and anyone remotely associated with him only will question anything that is factual and doesn’t suit them (Trump) and become offensive to anything that comes in their way.
Although Trump’s presidency is in its infancy, each day has been a revelation of something other than governing the nation. Trump without hesitation carries a full family baggage, real estate baggage, personal baggage and twitter baggage; all of this or any of this would have sunk anyone running for president. Trump constantly defied the conventional wisdom and is now our 45th President.
CNN and all 24 hour new channels were interesting when they started to cover the world. The wars and politics happened 24 hours and the they were there covering and commenting. Most times the commentary was dual sided. Since and before the 2016 US elections, not just the cable news channels, but also the regular news networks have been having a difficult time explaining to the audience, what they refer to as conventional politics. After the election, all the channels have been dumbfounded. The white house and the press (media) are 100% at odds with each other, and coining of the Trump term “alternative facts” has become common.
The scandal of Watergate and the resignation of President Nixon can’t be quickly forgotten. After more than 40 years after Watergate, the presidential scandal continues to be a classic example of justice catching up to anyone one in the USA, and the American democracy withstanding even the might of the American president. The USA constantly finds a way to demonstrate the rule of law (sometimes takes time) for all its citizens, including the president, and equally.
At the time of Watergate, there was limited (in today’s terms) communications and information gathering and tracking. Still the nation got to the bottom of the scandal and fished out the facts, and truth prevailed. Today we should be sure that there is everything we do under surveillance and being scanned and tracked. When you are a high-profile politician and/or his followers, and you are dealing with the Russians, you can be assured that every word of your every action will be monitored.
The aggressive posturing and responses by Trump and his associates doesn’t really hamper any investigations. The agencies will obtain what they need to find (its somewhere in some archives, they just must dig into the information), as in this case we already know that the Russians were involved. The extent is what will come out in the investigation/s. It is not just about Trump’s often aggressive and demeaning tweets, but also his associates with alternative facts.
Since Trump’s inauguration on January 20th 2017, the continued acrimony between the press and white house is on full display, and daily continues to get more acrimonious. Each passing day these actions; revelations and findings have continued to add to the Russian interference in the 2016 US Presidential election. Trump and his team bombarding everyone only adds to the intrigue and Trump team’s denial of the facts (mostly twisting words) continue to add to the political drama.
For the watching public, it is excruciating to watch the rudeness the rudeness that comes from the white house. The blatant display of constant denials and inability to govern is obvious. We so far don’t know all the facts of the coordination between Trumps and Russians. One thing is for sure that we will know the facts, as they are out there. It is for sure as history demonstrates, the facts might not be what we suspect, and lead the nation to something that is entirely unexpected. It could be as we found in Watergate. But the truth will come out, and the democracy will survive. Once again.
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