Deal With Dems Has People Asking If Trump Is An Independent


I said it from the beginning–Donald Trump has no political allegiances. He believes in what helps promote himself:

President Donald Trump’s continued resistance to his own party and recent deal with Democrats led both the Associated Press and The New York Times to publish articles Saturday suggesting Trump is a president independent of the two major parties.

“Although elected as a Republican last year, Mr. Trump has shown in the nearly eight months in office that he is, in many ways, the first independent to hold the presidency since the advent of the current two-party system around the time of the Civil War,” the Times’ Peter Baker wrote. The AP article noted, “A president who spent months catering to the Republican conservative wing now appears unbound by ideology and untethered by party allegiances.”

Trump Says He's Going to Exploit Hurricane Irma to Pass Tax Cuts for the Rich

This low-life can’t help himself. He admits to wanting to use the hurricane tragedy to further his political goals. At least he let’s us in on his fraudster thinking:

“To create prosperity at home we’ll be discussing our plan for dramatic tax cuts and tax reform. And I think now with what’s happened with the hurricane, I’m gonna ask for a speed up. I wanted a speed up any way, but now we need it even more so.

Trump Says He’s Going to Exploit Hurricane Irma to Pass Tax Cuts for the Rich

This low-life can’t help himself. He admits to wanting to use the hurricane tragedy to further his political goals. At least he let’s us in on his fraudster thinking:

“To create prosperity at home we’ll be discussing our plan for dramatic tax cuts and tax reform. And I think now with what’s happened with the hurricane, I’m gonna ask for a speed up. I wanted a speed up any way, but now we need it even more so.

Donald Trump to cash in on Scottish taxpayers' money from Turnberry event

SNP ministers have been branded hypocrites because the controversial US President will benefit from the event.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stripped Trump of his status as a business ambassador for Scotland in 2015, describing his behaviour as “obnoxious and offensive”.

But now his Trump Turnberry complex in Ayrshire will be paid from the public purse for hosting next month’s Scottish Golf Tourism Week (SGTW), which aims to advertise our courses to visitors from around the globe.

Source: Donald Trump to cash in on Scottish taxpayers’ money from Turnberry event – Daily Record

Donald Trump to cash in on Scottish taxpayers’ money from Turnberry event

SNP ministers have been branded hypocrites because the controversial US President will benefit from the event.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stripped Trump of his status as a business ambassador for Scotland in 2015, describing his behaviour as “obnoxious and offensive”.

But now his Trump Turnberry complex in Ayrshire will be paid from the public purse for hosting next month’s Scottish Golf Tourism Week (SGTW), which aims to advertise our courses to visitors from around the globe.

Source: Donald Trump to cash in on Scottish taxpayers’ money from Turnberry event – Daily Record