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Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists editor: Trump N. Korea tweets are existential threat to humanity

The editor in chief of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists said he believes there is "a danger" to President Trump's tweets on North Korea.

"They increase the probability that North Korea will misinterpret normal military exercises as an attack and respond with force. This could result in a back-and-forth series of military actions that might — actually, really — lead to worldwide thermonuclear war and the end of the human experiment," John Mecklin said, according to Poynter.

"This is a real possibility. This is why President Trump's tweets about North Korea are, in my opinion, an existential threat to humanity."


As book begins-Trump is taking friends wives to bed-by end-he's sharing his bed with a cheeseburger

page 23 of new Wolff book: “Trump liked to say that one of the things that made life worth living was getting your friends’ wives into bed.”


ALEX JONES Sets record straight: "Medical doctors will tell you its the feet size."

Alex Jones defends Trump’s penis
Jones: “And by the way he doesn’t even have small hands, and by the way that’s a cliche, and a wives' tale, and not even true as well. Medical doctors will tell you it’s the feet size”

ALEX JONES (HOST): Now the media went into conniption fits and the headlines from MSNBC are Trump’s sexual obsessions may destroy the earth. They’re the ones saying hey we got a bigger nuclear button than you, we got a bigger arsenal, more powerful, and it works. Nothing to do with the media trying to say the president has small genitals. And by the way he doesn’t even have small hands, and by the way that’s a cliche, and a wives' tale, and not even true as well. Medical doctors will tell you it’s the feet size. But the point is -- that it’s more comparable. And that’s not even an exact metric.


I hope there are tapes.


Naked Truth - Trump ran for President so that the Russians would take his real estate deal seriously


Not Losing the election - wound up exposing them for who they really were.

From the moment of victory, the Trump administration became a looking-glass presidency: Every inverse assumption about how to assemble and run a White House was enacted and compounded, many times over. The decisions that Trump and his top advisers made in those first few months — from the slapdash transition to the disarray in the West Wing — set the stage for the chaos and dysfunction that have persisted throughout his first year in office. This was a real-life version of Mel Brooks’s The Producers, where the mistaken outcome trusted by everyone in Trump’s inner circle — that they would lose the election — wound up exposing them for who they really were.

the rest:

Trump has dissolved his Voter Fraud Commission-citing the refusal of states to provide relevant info


The whole reason this voter fraud commission was created in the first place was basically to legitimize Trump's megalomaniacal delusion that he would have won the popular vote if not for millions of phantom illegal voters.


Imagine how much worse it was for the rest of us, dude.


Trump called ex-Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates such a c*nt, book alleges

President Donald Trump referred to then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates with a profane name that is sometimes used to crudely refer to female genitalia.

MSNBC’s Craig Melvin brought up the passage while discussing Michael Wolff’s new book about Trump’s presidency, which made waves on Wednesday when it was revealed Steve Bannon had called Donald Trump Jr’s meeting with Russians “treasonous.”

“And Trump conceived an early, obsessive antipathy for Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates,” the passage obtained by MSNBC reads, “she was, he steamed, ‘such a c**t’.”

Yates was fired by Trump in 2017 after she informed the White House that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had lied to the FBI.


The Republican establishment is running tighter cover for Trumps crimes than Steve Bannon.

former Sen Rick Santorum, now a CNN commentator, just chided Steve Bannon for letting himself be quoted on his view that 2016 Trump Tower meeting w/Russians was treasonous

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