Yesterday was Trump's "My Pet Goat" Moment
For 38 minutes Hawaiians thought they were about to be nuked and where was Trump? Golfing, of course.
Does anyone thing North Korea didn't take notice of our "asleep at the wheel" president? Imagine Fox if that had been President Obama.....
I don't EVER want to hear another FUCKING RIGHT WING REPUBLICAN talk about how great they are on national security!
the military are always on alert. Not sure Trump could do anything anyway.
That might have kept parents from putting their kids in storm sewers, for starters.
I don't think anyone is suggesting that he be on alert 24/7. But when something that will end life as we know it apparently happens, but didn't actually happen, the person with the formal intelligence to know ought to immediately respond and clarify matters.
But only a normal President would do that.
If he was in the White House it might have looked something like this.....
I am really questioning Drumpf's ability to protect us in case of a real attach. Why did he continue to play golf when there was an alert in Hawaii. Did the military tell him it was a false alarm, or did they not tell him anything to prevent him from a retaliatory strike.
Either way #WASF
Please, trying to criticize Trump for not reacting hysterically to a non-event is just silly. He undoubtedly was informed immediately that there was no missile attack.
1. Stupid? Disagree all you want, but it's not "stupid."
2. Are you actually telling me what I can and can't criticize Trump for doing? Wow: Now that is stupid!
Whether or not it was a real missile attack, he's the f***in guy who sits in the Big Chair of the White House on the taxpayer dime. Part of his job is to be a leader, not a CEO, and getting on the media immediatly to help calm things down is supposed to be part of the job.
On edit - this is worse than a My Pet Goat moment.
Or who think criticism of Trump's failure to play a leadership, when an entire state realistically believed they had minutes to live, is invalid.
when the planes hit the twin towers of the World Trade Center . . . and kept reading.