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White House Is FURIOUS, After ANOTHER Republican Blames Retirement On Trumps Inept Leadership


Democrats everywhere have been able to find solace recently in the form of a total GOP implosion – courtesy of the f**king moron they helped get elected, Donald J. Trump. The way in which Trump has grossly mishandled every piece of political policy that’s come his way is admirably moronic. He’s at least consistent with his sh*ttiness, you can definitely say that. Another thing you can say about this Trump administration, is that it’s causing more and more Republicans to flee politics altogether.

The most recent casualty of Donald Trump’s ridiculous leadership is Republican Representative from Michigan, Dave Trott. During a recent interview, Rep. Trott mentioned that he will no longer seek reelection. When pressed for an explanation as to why, he said that Donald Trump was one of his main motivators.

Specifically, Rep. Trott said of the Republican party, “We’re not that productive. And that certainly isn’t just a consequence of President Trump. They weren’t that productive before he ever got there, but it’s just not the right time for me to be serving.” He later added that Trump was a “factor” in this major career decision of his.

He continued on, stating, “We have different styles and I sometimes don’t understand some of the things he does and says. It’s a very partisan environment and I think that problem has been exacerbated under President Trump.” The Michigan lawmaker concluded his statement, by offering up his opinion on how Trump mishandled Charlottesville, saying, “I mean the president blamed the Senate. I’m not sure Reagan would have had a problem with the Senate.”

George H. W. Bush accused of groping 16-year-old during 2003 photo op


Roslyn Corrigan, the daughter of a CIA employee based in Texas, told TIME magazine that the 41st president grabbed her behind when he visited her father’s office and took a photo with her family in November 2003.

“As soon as the picture was being snapped on the one-two-three he dropped his hands from my waist down to my buttocks and gave it a nice, ripe squeeze, which would account for the fact that in the photograph my mouth is hanging wide open,” she said.

Corrigan says that she was 16 years old and “a child” at the time.

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