Some things have to be seen so that you can be sure they're not just a bizarre joke or a story in The Onion. But no, it's true, in the midst of Trump starting a trade war. Stock market plummeting 450 points yesterday. Two White House officials resigning. Reports of the National Security Director possibly leaving. Being under cyberattack from Russia. Putin announcing what may (or may not) be new nuclear missile. Five guilty pleas in the Russia investigation. And stories about the president's on-in-law negotiating for half-a-billion dollars in personal loans while in the White House and one of those banks subsequently having an SEC investigation stopped, all the while that same son-in-law not getting a person loan from the country of Qatar and then not long after a blockade of Qatar is enacted -- it's good to see that the president has his your priorities straight.
All of which leads to the following thought --
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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