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Bawg Nujtxeeg - World Pauslistiv

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Nujtxeeg:

Yog muaj ib tug thawj coj uas nws yeej coj haum laj mej pej xeem lawm ces nws txawm yuav los cov sawv daws pes tsawg xyoo los yeej tseem tsis txaus laj mej pej xeem lub siab lub ntsws li nawb, Hos yog tus twg sawv os ua sawv daws tus coj es nws ua kom haum nws tus kheej xwb ces laij mej pej xeem twb xav kom nws tawm nws txoj hauj lwm hnub ntawd kiag os nawb, Laj mej pej xeem  laj laj tos txog hnub uas nws tag hnub nyoog os lov. 

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THIS IS...DUMB TRUMP'S IDEA

OF MAKING...AMERICA GREAT AGAIN...HUH...?

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IN THE BEGINNING...

THERE WAS A  TOUGH...TRUMP...!

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NEXT CAME A ...DUMB TRUMP...

 

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LASTLY CAME A...PSYCHOPATH TRUMP...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIKE POMPEO...YOG TUS NEEG TSHIAB

DUMB TRUMP... XAIV LOS UA TUS TUAV TXOJ HAUJ LWM

SECRETARY OF STATE...

HLOOV...TEX TILLERSON...

 

TAB SIS...NEJ XYUAS SEB TUS NEEG NOV MUAJ PEEV XWM NPAUM LI CAS...?

TUS NEEG NOV...LAWV TSUAS...INTERVIEW...NWS XWB

NWS TWB TXOG SIAV & TAWM FWS TAG LAWM...!

===============

 

NEJ LEEJ TWG YOG TUS XAIV ...TRUMP...?

 

ZIAG NOV NEJ PAUB LAWM LOS POS TIAS

TRUMP YOG 1 NIAG NEEG...TSIS MUAJ POLITICAL EXPERIENCE...

NWS TSUAS YOG 1 NIAG NEEG...RU.AM TSAB NTSE NKAUS XWB...

 

NWS TWB YOG TUS...BIG BOSS...

NWS YUAV TSUM PAUB XAIV COV NEEG UAS...

MUAJ PEEV XWM...MUAJ KEV TXAWJ NTSE...MUAJ LAJ LIM TSWV YIM...MUAJ EXPERIENCE...

THIAB MUAJ KEV XAV ZE ZE/XAV SIB XWS  LI NWS TUS KHEEJ LOS NROG NWS UA HAUJ LWM...

 

TAB SIS...TRUMP YEEJ TSIS PAUB XAIV COV NEEG ZOO LOS NROG NWS UA HAUJ LWM

NWS TSUAS XAIV TAU TIB COV NEEG TSIS MUAJ PEEV XWM, TSIS MUAJ EXPERIENCE

THIAB COJ TSIS ZOO NKAUS XWB...THAUM KAWG UA TSIS TAU DEJ NUM RAU NWS...

NWS THIAJ TSUAS NIAJ HNUB MUAB LAWV...FIRED...RAU UB RAU NOV TAS LI XWB...

COV LUAG NTXUB ...TRUMP...ES LUAG TSIS XAV UA DEJ NUM NROG NWS

CES LUAG XUM KHIAV LUAG TUS KHEEJ TAWM MUS LAWM XWB...!

 

TXOJ KEV TSWJ TEB KAV CHAW

NWS TSIS ZOO LI TXOJ KEV LAG LUAM ES YUS YUAV SIM LI UB SIM LI NOV SEB

TXOJ KEV LAG LUAM YUAV NCE LOS YUAV POOB MUS...

 

TXOJ KEV TSWJ TEB KAV CHAWS

YOG TXOJ KEV YUS UA YUS TUAV TUS KAS MOOS/POLICY LI CAS LAWM

YUS YUAV TSUM TUAV YUS TUS KASMOOS/POLICY NTAWD KOM RUAJ KHOV

YUS YUAV TSUM TAU UA KOM YUS TUS KASMOOS/POLICY NTAWD KOM ZOO

THIAB KOM TSHWM SIM/TIAV MUS...YUS YUAV MUAJ COOB TUS YEEB NCUAB UAS

TAWM TSAM YUS ...LAWV YUAV UA KOM YUS TUS KASMOOS/POLICY

TXHOB RUAJ ...TXHOB KHOV...KOM YUS UA TSIS TIAV...KOM NWS PUAS MUS...

VIM LI NOV...YUS THIAJ YUAV TAU NRHIAV KOM TAU COV NEEG TXAWJ NTSE

MUAJ ZOO LAJ LIM TSWV YIM...MUAJ EXPERIENCE ES KOM YUS THIAB LAWV

YUAV LOS UA HAUJ LWM UA KE KOM NTAU & NTEV MUS LAWM YAV TOM NTEJ

ES YUS TUS KASMOOS/POLICY THIAJ YUAV TSHWM SIM & NYOB TAU MUS NTEV

TXAWM TUS YEEB NCAUB YUAV RHUAV NPAUM CAS LOS LAWV THIAJ YUAV

TXO YUS & YUS TUS KASMOOS/POLICY TSIS TAU...

 

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TAM SIM NOV...TSHUAV PES TSAWG LEEJ THIAJ TSEEM NYOB XWB...?

 

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COV NEEG NOV ...UA TSIS TAU DEJ NUM RAU ...DUMB TRUMP...

LOS YOG DUMB TRUMP TSIS NYIAM/TSIS HAUM XEEB NROG

CES NWS MUAB FIRED LAWM XWB...!

 

BELOW ARE...PEOPLE WHO WERE EITHER LEFT OR BEING FIRED

FROM TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

Trump cabinet resignations new

 

TSIS YOG CIA LI TAS LI NOV XWB

YEEJ TSEEM YUAV MUAJ NTAU TUS MUS NTXIV TOM NTEJ THIAB

 

TUS TOM NTEJ

YUAV YOG TUS NOV...

 

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JEFF SESSIONS...! YOU'RE FIRED NEXT...!!!

 

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WHAT DID I DO WRONG...?

 

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THIS IS A LOT OF BULLSHIT...!

FU...K    YOU...MAN...

* TRUMP...!

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FU...K    AMERICA...!

TOO BAD...I CAN NO LONGER MAKE YOU GREAT AGAIN...

WITH MY PSYCHOPATH MIND & MY MONKEY BRAIN...!

 

AT THE END...TRUMP MIGHT GET HIMSELF

...FIRED

or

IMPEACHED...

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Nujtxeeg:

Hnub no kuv nyob hauv tsev ib leeg, poj niam pais work lawm, Me nyuam los pais kawm ntawv tag, kuv tsis muaj dab tsi ua , kuv ho los xawb xawb no ho pom koj tuaj tham txog " Yog ib tug thawj coj uas txawj ntse ces nws yeej txawj xaiv tus neeg yuav los ua kom tau nws tej hauj lwm rau nws".

Koj lo lus no kuj los tsoo kuv txoj qub hauj lwm uas kuv retired tau 3 lub xyoo tag los lawm no os nawb,   Xyoo 1979 kuv tuaj txog rau teb chaws meskas no ces kuv niam qhuav txawm coj kuv mus ua kuv txoj hauj lwm ntawd txog ntau xyoo 2014 ( kuv ua tau 34 xyoo ) thaum lub 5hlis ces tus tswv Company txawm cias li tuag lawm ( pw tag kis ces tsis sawv lawm xwb) Thaum ntawd ces nws tus kwv txawm tuaj take over ntawm lub Company no ces tus txwv tshiab no txawm pib hloov ib yam zuj zus mus txog ntua lub 11 hlis ( 6 lub hlis xwb) cov qub worker uas lawm yeej ib txwm ua los tau 40 los yog 5o xyoo ntawd cia li retired tag, including kuv tus kheej kiag thiab os nawb.

Qhov teeb meem loj tshaj ces yog luag xav muab cov paub tab thiab paub txog tus hauj lwm hauv qhov chaw ntawm ncaws tawm kom tag, es luag mam li xeem mus nrhiav tus niag R.U.A.M, r.u.a.m los ua ces thiaj li mloog nws lus , nws taw te qhov twg los ua twj ywm pais ua, yam tsis cam thawj kiag li. Kuv ntseeg tau  lawm hais tias nyob rau sab " KASMOOS" no los yeej zoo tib yam nkaus os lov.

 

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NEW YOUNG FACES

IN THAI POLITICS

 

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" Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit

or

ธนาธร จึงรุ่งเรืองกิจ "

‘progressive’ party

" Anakot Mai " Party

 พรรค "...อนาคตใหม่... "

 

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Thai Tycoon Gets Death Threats Just Weeks

After Registering New Political Party

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  • New party leader says constitution an unworkable ‘time bomb’
  • Thanathorn wants to decentralize power, break Thai oligarchies

Thai auto parts tycoon Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has already been threatened with death just weeks after registering a new political party.

The 39-year-old executive isn’t shy about taking on some of Thailand’s most powerful players: He wants to do away with military rule once and for all, give regional governments more control over money and break up entrenched oligopolies.

“It will be a dangerous game,” Thanathorn said in an interview Monday. “We are playing with people who have no respect for human life.”

His new party, Future Forward, is taking direct kuv phem at the military rulers who seized power in 2014 and installed a new constitution that entrenches the power of non-elected soldiers, judges and bureaucrats at the expense of elected politicians. The coup was Thailand’s latest in about a dozen following the shift to a constitutional monarchy in 1932.

Junta leader Prayuth Chan-Ocha, who also serves as prime minister, said last month an election would be held no later than February next year, with new parties allowed to register from March 1.

Thailand’s Stop-Go Democracy Awaits Next Green Light: QuickTake

Thanathorn doubts that plan, saying he doesn’t think the military “will give up power so easily.” Sansern Kaewkamnerd, a spokesman for Prayuth’s government, rebutted that assertion on Tuesday: “There will have to be elections in February next year.”

The executive vice president of Thai Summit Group, an auto parts manufacturer founded by his late father, Thanathorn said his family’s fortune was estimated at around $800 million several years ago. He declined to give an updated figure.

While it’s still early days, Thanathorn said he’s encouraged by polls showing his party running third behind Pheu Thai and the Democrat party, the two major organizations that have dominated Thai politics over the past decade. Pheu Thai consists of allies of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra who have won the past five elections.

Thanathorn said he voted for Pheu Thai in the last election, but now “they are not fighting for democracy.” He said Thailand’s constant military coups have hurt the economy.

Thailand’s economic growth has lagged peers in Southeast Asia, partly due to moderating consumer spending and private investment. The military-led administration is trying to accelerate major infrastructure projects, put more money in the pockets of low-income people and reduce red tape to bolster the outlook.

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The current constitution was drafted by a military-appointed panel and approved by voters in a 2016 referendum held under an oppressive environment in which campaigning was banned. Thanathorn called the document a “time bomb” that no elected government could work with.

“We will propose to amend the constitution, the military bill, and other bills that oppress the freedom of speech,” Thanathorn said.

Thanathorn said his party doesn’t yet have consensus on changing Thailand’s lese-majeste laws, which are among the world’s toughest. Offenders can get jail sentences of 15 years for defaming, insulting or threatening members of the royal family.

The laws can end up being used as a "political tool" by "conservatives to destroy their enemies," Thanathorn said.

“Many people I know, good people I know, are in jail because of this,” he said.

Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, who co-founded the Future Forward party, had earlier proposed amending the law so that only the Bureau of the Royal Household could file a complaint, Thanathorn said.

Piyabutr and I were threatened last week to death by an ultra-conservative,” Thanathorn said, referring to a Facebook post allegedly written by a former deputy police commander. The author of the post accused the pair of speaking ill of the royal institution and said that he had “lost count” of the number of “evil” people he had killed, before adding that “you guys would be easy for me.

National deputy police spokesperson Krisana Pattanacharoen didn’t respond to telephone calls seeking comment on whether the threat was being investigated.

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Juangroongruangkit and Piyabutr Saengkanokkul, co-founders of Future Forward, at the party’s launch event on March 15

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‘Big Fight’

Thanathorn said another key plank was to empower provinces to select their own governors, collect their own taxes, and issue bonds for public projects. Currently they need to go through the powers that be in Bangkok.

“The current system is not very friendly to creativity, to constructive proposals,” he said.

His third key policy would be to break up what he sees as powerful oligarchies dominating industries including banking, retail and agriculture, describing the task as a "big fight."

“Lots of sectors are currently being manipulated, controlled by only a few players and these players are protected by law,” Thanathorn said.

Thanathorn said his strategy for winning the election isn’t yet finalized. He said he’s seen estimates that his party could win anywhere from one to 100 seats in the next parliament among the 500 up for grabs.

“Someone has to say no more military coups in this country,” he said. “That’s what we want to do."

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BANGKOK: Thailand’s slow move from military to civilian governance has attracted dozens of new political parties to register in barely two weeks, including one by an Internet-famous billionaire who says he embraces democracy and wants to challenge the country’s traditional powers.

Anakot Mai, or the Future Forward Party, was registered yesterday under the name it received just this week after “Help Thanathorn name his party” trended among Thai Twitter users. A Facebook live interview with party co-founder Thananthorn Juangroongruangkit had over 100,000 views and prompted warnings he was being watched by the ruling junta.

Thailand’s military seized power in 2014, and allowing political parties to register is a step toward long-delayed elections, now promised by next February. The Future Forward Party was the 58th to register since the junta opened the process on March 2.

“My idea is to make this party stand for democratic principles,” Thanathorn, 39, told reporters at a news conference.

 

“I want to see a political party that dares to oppose organisations, institutions, and values that oppose democracy.”

“We will make democracy a part of every decision-making process from the choosing of party members, the determining of party direction and strategy, to the developing of party policies,” he said.

Thanathorn, the executive vice president of leading auto parts manufacturer Thai Summit Group, said he would rely on crowd-funded resources to support his party rather than his own wealth.

He said the party believes in transparent governance, equal rights and economic equality, among other progressive principles, and that it will not take sides with popular figures.

For more than a decade, Thailand had been wracked by occasionally violent political fighting between supporters and opponents of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra seen as a challenger to Thailand’s traditional elite.

He was ousted in a 2006 coup and his sister’s government in 2014, and the delays in returning to civilian rule are seen as an attempt to prevent a comeback by Thaksin’s powerful political machine. — AP

 

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นโยบายใหญ่ๆ...

ของ...พรรค "...อนาคตใหม่... "

3 ป. คือ:  " ...1. ปลดล็อก... 2. ปรับโครงสร้าง... 3. เปิดโอกาส..."

 

21 มี.ค. 61 - นายธนาธร จึงรุ่งเรืองกิจ รองประธานกรรมการบริหารกลุ่มบริษัทไทยซัมมิท และหนึ่งในผู้ยื่นจัดจัดตั้งพรรคอนาคต  ให้สัมภาษณ์ THE STANDARD ผ่านเฟซบุ๊กไลฟ์ ช่วงหนึ่งนายธนาธร ตอบคำถามที่ว่าพอประกาศตัวพรรคออกมา สื่อจับตามอง ประวัติเริ่มถูกขุดคุ้ย มีหลายประเด็นที่คนหยิบออกมาเยอะแยะทำไม 10 กว่าวันไม่ตอบโต้เลย 

นายธนาธร  ถอนหายใจก่อนว่าจะพูดยังไงดี ตนไม่อยากเล่นการเมืองแบบนี้ การเมืองที่เล่นกันด้วยการสาดสี ป้ายร้ายกันเป็นการเมืองแบบเก่า ที่ไม่สร้างสรรค์ และตนพยายามที่จะไม่ออกมาพูดเรื่องนี้ เพราะรู้สึกว่ามันเก่า ไม่เลอะเทอะ

"สิ่งที่เราต้องการคือการเมืองที่สร้างสรรค์ พูดถึงรื่องอนาคตด้วยกันว่าเราจะไปข้างหน้าด้วยกันอย่างไร มันพอแล้วที่จะเล่นแบบนี้ เพราะตอนที่ทำลายคุณทักษิณ ก็ทำลายแบบนี้นะครับ พอเถอะหยุดสาด ใส่ร้ายป้ายสี   อะไรกันตรงนี้ แล้วเดินไปข้างหน้าคุยกันเรื่องอนาคต ว่าอนาคตที่ดีกว่านี้เป็นไปได้"นายธนาธร กล่าว

ผู้ดำเนินรายการถามว่า ไหนๆพูดถึงคุณทักษิณแล้ว คุณจะลบภาพอย่างไร เพราะคุณอากับคุณแม้จะห่างกัน แต่พอนามสกุลจึงรุ่งเรืองกิจ ยังไงก็ต้องถูกดึงเข้ามา คุณจะลบภาพเรื่องของนายทุน  และจะลบบางที่บางคนถึงขนาดว่าคุณเป็นนอมินีทักษิณ

นายธนาธร บอกว่า หนึ่ง ตนเจอคุณทักษิณตัวเป็นๆ ครั้งสุดท้ายและได้ถ่ายรูปด้วยกันเมื่อประมาณ 18 ปีก่อน มีอยู่วันหนึ่งคุณทักษิณไปเยี่ยมคุณพ่อ  ซึ่งป่วยเป็นมะเร็งอยู่ที่โรงพยาบาล ก่อนคุณพ่อเสียไม่นานน่าจะประมาณ 1-2 เดือน ก็มีโอกาส ถ่ายรูปกับคุณทักษิณ และเจอกันครั้งสุดท้ายก็คือตอนนั้น

"ตอนนั้นผมน่าจะอายุประมาณ 23-24 ปี นั่นคือครั้งสุดท้ายที่ผมคุยกับคุณทักษิณ และเจอ   หลังจากนั้นก็ไม่มีการพูดคุยกันอีกเลย"นายธนาธร กล่าว

เขา กล่าวต่อว่า สอง ได้เจอคุณอา (สุริยะ จึงรุ่งเรืองกิจ) ปีละครั้งตามงานศาสนาของครอบครัว  ซึ่งเจอกันในแต่ละครั้ง ส่วนใหญ่ก็เป็นการถามไถ่สารทุกข์สุกดิบของกันและกัน แทบจะน้อยมากที่คุยการเมืองกันอย่างจริงจัง จำได้ว่าที่คุยการเมืองกันอย่างจริงจังครั้งสุดท้ายก็เมื่อสมัยที่คุณอาเป็น รัฐมนตรี และตนก็คัดค้านท่อก๊าซไทย-มาเลย์ แล้วเราก็เถียงกันหนักมาก ครั้งนั้นคือครั้งสุดท้ายที่คุยเรื่องการเมืองกับคุณอา ซึ่งมากกว่า 20 ปีที่แล้วที่คุยเรื่องการเมือง ยืนยันว่าคุณอาไม่ผลต่อการเล่นการเมือง

"ผมไม่ทราบว่าอุดมการณ์ทางการเมืองของคุณอาของผมเป็นยังไง แต่ผมคิดเรื่องอุดมการณ์ทางการเมืองของผม  การอยากเห็นสังคมที่ดีขึ้น การอยากเห็นอนาคตที่สดใสสำหรับคนไทยรุ่นต่อไป ผมคิดว่าผมยืนตรงนี้ชัด"

การให้สัมภาษณ์ของนายธราธร ยังมีประเด็นที่น่าสนใจคืกรอบนโยบายใหญ่ๆ ของพรรคอนาคตใหม่ ที่เรียกว่า 3 ป. คือ "ปลดล็อก ...ปรับโครงสร้าง ...เปิดโอกาส..."

ผู้จัดตั้งพรรคอนาคตใหม่ อธิบายว่า 1.ปลดล็อก คือการปลดล็อกเงื่อนไขทางเศรษฐกิจที่ให้ประชาชนลืมตาอ้าปากไม่ได้ อย่างเช่น การให้สัมปทานก็ดี กฎระเบียบต่างๆ ที่ไม่เอื้อต่อการสร้างธุรกิจใหม่ๆก็ดี  กฎระเบียบที่ปิดกั้นคนรุ่นใหม่ ชัดๆ เช่น เรื่องเหล้า-เบียร์ หรือการส่งออกข้าว นี่เป็นเรื่องตลก ที่ะชาวนาไม่สามารถส่งออกข้าวได้โดยตรง เราอยากปลดล็อกตรงนี้

"เรื่องพวกนี้ไม่ใช่เรื่องใหม่ มีคนเสนอเยอะแล้ว แต่ไม่มีคนทำ เพราะคนที่กล้าทำตรงนี้ต้องเผชิญกับแรงกดดันจากผู้มีส่วนได้ส่วนเสียเยอะมาก แต่ผมว่ากฎหมายกฎระเบียบ พวกนี้ปิดโอกาสให้เกิดธุรกิจใหม่ๆ ดังนั้นเราจำเป้ฯต้องปลดล็อกมันกับอีกอย่างคือการที่เราต้องขออนุญาต ต้องขอสัมปทาน มันเปิดโอกาสให้เกิดการทุจริต "

เขายกตัวอย่าง ธุรกิจชิ้นส่วนรถยนต์ของตน ว่า มันไม่มีกฎหมายห้ามการส่งออก ถ้าอยากส่งออก ตนทำได้พรุ่งนี้เลย แต่มันมีธุรกิจอีกเยอะแยะมากมายที่ติดปัญหาตรงนี้ เพราะฉะนั้นปลดล็อกมันเสีย

2.ปรับโครงสร้าง หมายถึงการกระจายอำนาจ คิดว่ามันมีพลังที่จะกลายเป็นคลื่นลูกที่ 3 ของสังคมเลย  คลื่นลูกที่ 1 ของสังคมไทยคือทฤษฎีการผลิตในประเทศเพื่อลดการนำเข้า ต่อมาช่วงทศวรรษ 2520 มันมีทฤษฎีใหม่ก็คือการผลิตเพื่อการส่งออก

"แต่ผมคิดว่าคลื่นใหม่คือคลื่นการเติบโตของท้องถิ่น ซึ่งศักยภาพของมันถูกกดทับมหาศาลอยู่ ณ ปัจจุบัน ถ้าเราสามารถกระจายอำนาจ ให้ท้องถิ่นคิดเอง ทำเอง บริหารตัวเองทั้งด้านการเงิน การคลัง การศึกษา ดิน น้ำ ลม ไฟ จะเกิดการระเบิดอย่างมโหฬาร ของพลังการผลิตและความคิดสร้างสรรค์ในประเทศ"

นายธนาธร กล่าวว่า 3.เปิดโอกาส เราคิดถึงอะไรเยอะแยะไปหมด เช่น เรื่องเกม ถามว่าอุตสาหกรรมเกมมันสำคัญอย่างไร อุตสาหกรรมเกมมันสามารถต่อยอดไปใน The next big thing หรืออุตสาหกรรมอนาคตได้ เช่น AI หรือ VR ถามว่ามันสำคัญอย่างไร  ยกตัวอย่างง่ายมาก ประกวดเลย จัดประกวดแนวเกม ไม่ใช่ประกวดทำเกมนะ เขียนเรื่องราวของเกมแล้วประกวดกัน ใครได้ที่ 1 ก็ไปจ้างคนที่ออกแบบเกมที่เก่งที่สุดในโลกมา สมมติทีมหนึ่งต้องใช้คนสร้าง 50 คน เราไปจ้างคนที่เก่งที่สุดในโลกมา 25 คน แล้วเอาคนไทยที่เก่งที่สุด 25 คนไปร่วมสร้างด้วยเพื่อเรียนรู้จากเขา

พอเกมนี้เสร็จก็จัดแข่งขันกันทั่วประเทศ เอาให้ใหญ่ไปเลย พอมีคนเข้ามาเล่นเกมก็จะเกิดดีมานด์ คือเกิดการผลักดันภาคการผลิต แล้วเกมมันก็ต้องมีวิวัฒนาการ ก็ต่อยอดเอา ผมว่าเรื่องพวกนี้ทำได้....

"วันที่มีการเปิดให้พูดเรื่องนโยบายอย่างเต็มตัว เราจะมาพูดในรายละเอียดกัน เรามีนโยบายหลายด้าน แต่ทุกด้านจะมาวิ่งเข้ากรอบ 3 ป. นี้" ผู้จัดตั้งพรรคอนาคตใหม่  ระบุ.

 

ผิดคิวไฝว้กันแล้ว!กองเชียร์ธนาธรเปิดศึกเพจเสื้อแดงปูดข่าวชูธงแก้ม.112คืนเสรีภาพให้คนไทย

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Missile fire is seen from Damascus, Syria May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

 

Iran launched an attack on Israel —

and they got badly beaten and internationally abandoned...

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Trump cancels summit with North Korea

scheduled for next month

By Joyce Lee,Reuters
6-26-2018
 

SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday called off a planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, even after North Korea followed through on a pledge to blow up tunnels at its nuclear test site.

Referring to a scheduled June 12 meeting with Kim in Singapore, Trump said in a letter to the North Korean leader: "Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it would be inappropriate, at this time, to have this long- planned meeting."

Trump called it "a missed opportunity" and said someday he still hoped to meet Kim.

Earlier on Thursday, North Korea repeated a threat to pull out of the unprecedented summit with Trump next month and warned it was prepared for a nuclear showdown with Washington if necessary.

In a statement released by North Korean media, Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui had called U.S. Vice President Mike Pence a "political dummy" for comparing North Korea - a "nuclear weapons state" - to Libya, where Muammar Gaddafi gave up his unfinished nuclear development programme, only to be later killed by NATO-backed fighters.

A small group of international media selected by North Korea witnessed the demolition of tunnels at the Punggye-ri site on Thursday, which Pyongyang says is proof of its commitment to end nuclear testing.

The apparent destruction of what North Korea says is its only nuclear test site has been widely welcomed as a positive, if largely symbolic, step toward resolving tension over its weapons. North Korean leader Kim has declared his nuclear force complete, amid speculation the site was obsolete anyway.

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(Reporting by Joyce Lee; additional reporting by Ben Blanchard in Beijing and Hyonhee Shin in Seoul; Writing by Josh Smith and Doina Chiacu; Editing by Robert Birsel and Bill Trott)

 

 

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TSIS SIB NTSIB RAU JUN 12, 2018  NTXIV LAWM...

 

WHY...?

 

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nyob rau lub teb chaw SINGAPORE tas lawm...

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thiaj ua rau North Korea txiav txim siab TSIS MUS RAU LUB ROOJ SIB NTSIB NTXIV LAWM...

 

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cas KIM JUNG UN tseem muab lub rooj sib ntsib nov tso tseg tau lawm thiab yam tsis saib TRUMP

muaj nuj nqi kiag li...

 

TRUMP thiaj li PAB KAJ TAWM thiab CANCEL KIAG lub rooj sib ntsib uas tau teem tseg zaum nov

thiab Raws TRUMP daim ntawv PAB KAJ TSIS NTSIB KIM JUNG UN ntawd TRUMP tau hais

ua lus KHUJ  Kim Jung Un tias North Korea tseem tab tom sim Nuclear Bombs xwb

tab sis AMERICA twb muaj nto PHAV PHAV lub Nuclear Bombs nyob tos lawm...

Yog thaum twg Kim Jung Un xav nrhiav KEV CIAJ & KEV NPLUA NUJ es cia tso

KEV TSIM NUCLEAR BOMBS TSEG NO CES MAM ROV HAIS RAU TRUMP PAUB...

 

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The latest Time magazine cover features President Donald Trump looking at his reflection

in a mirror and seeing himself as “King Me” in a royal robe and crown.

Time Magazine Cover Imagines

Donald Trump As King

Jenna Amatulli,HuffPost
June 7, 2018
 
The image for the magazine’s June 18 edition aims to capture the first 500 days of Trump’s presidency, especially his approach to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible campaign collusion, the artist said. The illustration accompanies the cover story titled: “Donald Trump’s Campaign to Discredit the Russia Investigation May Be Working. It’s Also Damaging American Democracy.”
 

“This portrait of Trump gazing into a mirror and seeing a king gets to the heart of how he and his legal team have approached this past week and the past 500 days, actually,” artist Tim O’Brien was quoted by Time as saying.

“Besides the usual challenge of the short deadline and making the image work, whether or not to have him looking at himself or looking at us was the thing I pondered most. His eye contact with each reader, each American fits the situation best.”

Trump this week boasted about his “absolute right” to pardon himself in the Russia probe. His lawyer told HuffPost Trump could have shot former FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office and not be prosecuted.

 

This is the actual cover of this week's TIME Magazine - not some cute meme. How can anyone who has become such a national joke and disgrace possibly govern the nation? The answer is obvious: he cannot.

ThursdayThoughts

Trump has taken issue with Time in the past. Last year, Trump claimed the magazine had informed him that he would “probably” be selected as its Person of the Year.

He later tweeted: “Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named ‘Man (Person) of the Year,’ like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!” 

Fake Time covers showing a portrait of Trump with headlines proclaiming his reality TV show ratings were hanging in five of his resorts as recently as a year ago. 

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IF TRUMP BROKE THE LAWS...
CAN HE PARDON HIMSELF...?

 

The ANSWER is...NO, HE CAN NOT...!

 

UNLESS HE IS THE KING of AMERICA...

 

Hahaha...!

 

EVERYONE OF US MUST BE CAREFUL NOT TO CRITICIZE
KING TRUMP...

 

OR
WE ALL WILL BE SHOT BY HIM...

 

AND
HE CAN STILL WALK FREE

 

BECAUSE
HE CAN PARDON HIMSELF...!

 

WOW...!

 

AMERICA IS NOT BETTER WITH KING TRUMP
BUT WE ALL ARE DOOM...!

:33c4b951:

 

THOSE OF YOU...WHO VOTED FOR TRUMP...
SHAME ON YOU...!

 

TRUMP WANTS MORE THAN BEING YOUR ...PRESIDENT...

 

HE WANTS TO BE....YOUR KING...!

:21760a35:

:rankle:

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The latest Time magazine cover features President Donald Trump looking at his reflection

in a mirror and seeing himself as “King Me” in a royal robe and crown.

Time Magazine Cover Imagines

Donald Trump As King

Jenna Amatulli,HuffPost
June 7, 2018
 
The image for the magazine’s June 18 edition aims to capture the first 500 days of Trump’s presidency, especially his approach to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible campaign collusion, the artist said. The illustration accompanies the cover story titled: “Donald Trump’s Campaign to Discredit the Russia Investigation May Be Working. It’s Also Damaging American Democracy.”
 

“This portrait of Trump gazing into a mirror and seeing a king gets to the heart of how he and his legal team have approached this past week and the past 500 days, actually,” artist Tim O’Brien was quoted by Time as saying.

“Besides the usual challenge of the short deadline and making the image work, whether or not to have him looking at himself or looking at us was the thing I pondered most. His eye contact with each reader, each American fits the situation best.”

Trump this week boasted about his “absolute right” to pardon himself in the Russia probe. His lawyer told HuffPost Trump could have shot former FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office and not be prosecuted.

 

This is the actual cover of this week's TIME Magazine - not some cute meme. How can anyone who has become such a national joke and disgrace possibly govern the nation? The answer is obvious: he cannot.

ThursdayThoughts

Trump has taken issue with Time in the past. Last year, Trump claimed the magazine had informed him that he would “probably” be selected as its Person of the Year.

He later tweeted: “Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named ‘Man (Person) of the Year,’ like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!” 

Fake Time covers showing a portrait of Trump with headlines proclaiming his reality TV show ratings were hanging in five of his resorts as recently as a year ago. 

================================

 

3068a6db190a36d5d4dfef81db11c928

 

 

IF TRUMP BROKE THE LAWS...
CAN HE PARDON HIMSELF...?

 

The ANSWER is...NO, HE CAN NOT...!

 

UNLESS HE IS THE KING of AMERICA...

 

Hahaha...!

 

EVERYONE OF US MUST BE CAREFUL NOT TO CRITICIZE
KING TRUMP...

 

OR
WE ALL WILL BE SHOT BY HIM...

 

AND
HE CAN STILL WALK FREE

 

BECAUSE
HE CAN PARDON HIMSELF...!

 

WOW...!

 

AMERICA IS NOT BETTER WITH KING TRUMP
BUT WE ALL ARE DOOM...!

:33c4b951:

 

THOSE OF YOU...WHO VOTED FOR TRUMP...
SHAME ON YOU...!

 

TRUMP WANTS MORE THAN BEING YOUR ...PRESIDENT...

 

HE WANTS TO BE....YOUR KING...!

:21760a35:

:rankle:

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People's Liberation Army soldiers perform at an airbase in Hong Kong, China June 30, 2018, a day before the 21st anniversary of the city's return to Chinese sovereignty from British rule. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

91 Years Old Today:

How Tough Is China's Military?

Adam Ni,The National Interest Security, Asia

We have some answers. 

91 Years Old Today: How Tough Is China's Military?

The People’s Liberation Army turned 91 today amid the Chinese media’s self-congratulatory cacophony. To be sure, China has a lot to be proud of—the PLA has become one of the most powerful militaries in the world. But lost in the hyperbole and hubris of the occasion is a sense of perspective. The PLA continues to be plagued by enduring weaknesses and significant challenges on the long journey towards its aspirations.

What are those aspirations? At the 19th Communist Party Congress in October 2017, Xi Jinping committed China to an ambitious agenda. The PLA is to be transformed into a ‘world-class force’ by mid-century, with mechanization to be completed by 2020 and modernization to be completed by 2035.

The PLA is currently on target to meet those goals. It has modernized rapidly on the back of almost two decades of double-digit growth in defence spending. Today’s PLA boasts some of the most advanced military capabilities in the world, including conventional and nuclear missiles, stealth fighter jets, unmanned aerial vehicles, space-based platforms, and a bulging navy. Moreover, China is investing heavily in transformative technologies with military applications, such as hypersonic vehicles, quantum science, and artificial intelligence.

But new hardware and technology aren’t enough in themselves to significantly raise combat effectiveness. Indeed, starting in 2015, the PLA has undergone the most sweeping and comprehensive reform program since the 1950s. That has had far-reaching consequences for its structure, force posture, and command and control systems.

Most importantly, the PLA has flattened its organizational structure. The four general departments that acted as intermediaries between the supreme Central Military Commission and lower-level organizations were abolished. The seven geographically based military regions were consolidated into five joint theater commands to improve joint operations.

At the same time, the responsibilities of the different parts of the PLA were clarified to eliminate ambiguities and overlaps. Under the new system, the Central Military Commission exercises overall leadership, the theater commands are in charge of operations, and the service arms are responsible for force development.

New PLA organizations were formed to enhance force composition and signal new priorities. That included elevating the PLA’s conventional and strategic missiles branch to a full service and creating the Strategic Support Force to carry out space, cyberspace and electromagnetic spectrum operations.

The PLA has also cut 300,000 personnel (mostly from the army) to make itself leaner. Shrinking the army is part of a larger effort to improve the PLA’s force structure by rebalancing resources to strengthen the navy, air force, and missile forces.

Despite these reforms, several weaknesses have endured. First and foremost, the PLA desperately lacks combat experience. Unlike the US military, for example, the PLA hasn’t fought for real since its disastrous campaign against Vietnam in 1979. PLA analysts have consistently highlighted the inability of its current rigid and formalistic training system to effectively address the situation.

Second, the PLA remain deeply corrupt and lacking in discipline as a professional military force despite Xi’s continuing purges within the military. The problems largely stem from the legacy of PLA involvement in commercial activities, and a lack of proper oversight.

Third, the PLA still lags on joint operations and power-projection capabilities despite steady improvements over recent years. The demands on the PLA to operate further from Chinese shores in the protection of the country’s interests have risen greatly, and will continue to rise in the years ahead. Key capability gaps, such as the lack of an effective anti-submarine warfare capability, must be filled if the PLA Navy is to build greater expeditionary capacity.

Fourth, the PLA will need to effectively harness and safeguard China’s space and information systems, which have become critical for both military operations and the civilian economy. This would involve sustained investment in space-based platforms as well as an counterspace capability with both kinetic and non-kinetic elements. To gain an information edge, the PLA will also need to prioritize the integration of its reconnaissance, defense and offense capabilities and operations in cyberspace.

Finally, the PLA will need to develop or enhance a diverse range of capabilities for operations other than war, such as humanitarian disaster relief and UN peacekeeping missions.

In the early 1990s, the US military’s display of overwhelming power in the Gulf War shocked and horrified PLA strategists. That’s no longer the case today. The PLA is increasingly confident in its abilities, including in deterring US and allied intervention over Taiwan or the South China Sea.

There’s no doubt that the PLA has come a long way. In fact, it is rapidly developing a full spectrum of capabilities across every domain of modern conflict. On the current trajectory, it is on target to reach parity with the US military by mid-century. However, it is also instructive to reflect on how the PLA’s enduring weaknesses might affect its ability to meet growing challenges. For one thing, the increasing demands of China’s strategic ambition may well outpace PLA modernization in the years ahead.

Adam Ni is a visiting fellow at the Strategic and Defense Studies Centre, Australian National University. 

This first appeared in ASPI's The Strategist

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NWS YUAV XUB DAM UA NTEJ NTOO VAU LI LAUJ...!

 

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91 Years Old Today:

How Tough Is China's Military?

Adam Ni,The National Interest Security, Asia

We have some answers. 

91 Years Old Today: How Tough Is China's Military?

The People’s Liberation Army turned 91 today amid the Chinese media’s self-congratulatory cacophony. To be sure, China has a lot to be proud of—the PLA has become one of the most powerful militaries in the world. But lost in the hyperbole and hubris of the occasion is a sense of perspective. The PLA continues to be plagued by enduring weaknesses and significant challenges on the long journey towards its aspirations.

What are those aspirations? At the 19th Communist Party Congress in October 2017, Xi Jinping committed China to an ambitious agenda. The PLA is to be transformed into a ‘world-class force’ by mid-century, with mechanization to be completed by 2020 and modernization to be completed by 2035.

The PLA is currently on target to meet those goals. It has modernized rapidly on the back of almost two decades of double-digit growth in defence spending. Today’s PLA boasts some of the most advanced military capabilities in the world, including conventional and nuclear missiles, stealth fighter jets, unmanned aerial vehicles, space-based platforms, and a bulging navy. Moreover, China is investing heavily in transformative technologies with military applications, such as hypersonic vehicles, quantum science, and artificial intelligence.

But new hardware and technology aren’t enough in themselves to significantly raise combat effectiveness. Indeed, starting in 2015, the PLA has undergone the most sweeping and comprehensive reform program since the 1950s. That has had far-reaching consequences for its structure, force posture, and command and control systems.

Most importantly, the PLA has flattened its organizational structure. The four general departments that acted as intermediaries between the supreme Central Military Commission and lower-level organizations were abolished. The seven geographically based military regions were consolidated into five joint theater commands to improve joint operations.

At the same time, the responsibilities of the different parts of the PLA were clarified to eliminate ambiguities and overlaps. Under the new system, the Central Military Commission exercises overall leadership, the theater commands are in charge of operations, and the service arms are responsible for force development.

New PLA organizations were formed to enhance force composition and signal new priorities. That included elevating the PLA’s conventional and strategic missiles branch to a full service and creating the Strategic Support Force to carry out space, cyberspace and electromagnetic spectrum operations.

The PLA has also cut 300,000 personnel (mostly from the army) to make itself leaner. Shrinking the army is part of a larger effort to improve the PLA’s force structure by rebalancing resources to strengthen the navy, air force, and missile forces.

Despite these reforms, several weaknesses have endured. First and foremost, the PLA desperately lacks combat experience. Unlike the US military, for example, the PLA hasn’t fought for real since its disastrous campaign against Vietnam in 1979. PLA analysts have consistently highlighted the inability of its current rigid and formalistic training system to effectively address the situation.

Second, the PLA remain deeply corrupt and lacking in discipline as a professional military force despite Xi’s continuing purges within the military. The problems largely stem from the legacy of PLA involvement in commercial activities, and a lack of proper oversight.

Third, the PLA still lags on joint operations and power-projection capabilities despite steady improvements over recent years. The demands on the PLA to operate further from Chinese shores in the protection of the country’s interests have risen greatly, and will continue to rise in the years ahead. Key capability gaps, such as the lack of an effective anti-submarine warfare capability, must be filled if the PLA Navy is to build greater expeditionary capacity.

Fourth, the PLA will need to effectively harness and safeguard China’s space and information systems, which have become critical for both military operations and the civilian economy. This would involve sustained investment in space-based platforms as well as an counterspace capability with both kinetic and non-kinetic elements. To gain an information edge, the PLA will also need to prioritize the integration of its reconnaissance, defense and offense capabilities and operations in cyberspace.

Finally, the PLA will need to develop or enhance a diverse range of capabilities for operations other than war, such as humanitarian disaster relief and UN peacekeeping missions.

In the early 1990s, the US military’s display of overwhelming power in the Gulf War shocked and horrified PLA strategists. That’s no longer the case today. The PLA is increasingly confident in its abilities, including in deterring US and allied intervention over Taiwan or the South China Sea.

There’s no doubt that the PLA has come a long way. In fact, it is rapidly developing a full spectrum of capabilities across every domain of modern conflict. On the current trajectory, it is on target to reach parity with the US military by mid-century. However, it is also instructive to reflect on how the PLA’s enduring weaknesses might affect its ability to meet growing challenges. For one thing, the increasing demands of China’s strategic ambition may well outpace PLA modernization in the years ahead.

Adam Ni is a visiting fellow at the Strategic and Defense Studies Centre, Australian National University. 

This first appeared in ASPI's The Strategist

====================================

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XYOV NWS YUAV KHOV HEEV ES NTOO YUAV VAU TAS LOS

NWS YUAV XUB DAM UA NTEJ NTOO VAU LI LAUJ...!

 

MAM KAWG CIA SAIB MUS SEB TXOG THAUM LUB CAIJ LUAJ TEB NTOV NTOO

TUAJ LAWM SEB NWS PUAS YUAV UA TAU DEJ NUM RAWS SIAB XAV XWB MAS...

 

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Nujtxeeg: 

Tej teeb meem no ces yeej zoo nkaus li peb hmoob tso nyuj sib nraus ntag mas nawb, Yog hais tias thaum tseem pheej sib zas ntawd es nkawd ho nyias khiav nyias lawm ces nyaj peb yuav tsis pom nkawd sib nraus thiab nkawd los kuj yuav tsis raug mob-  Hos yog hais tias sib zas-sib zas es ho cia li sib nraug kiag lawm ces yeej yuav ua li tej laus hais: " NYUJ QAUG LOS - TSWG YEEJ YUAV QAIJ " ntag nawb.

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Trump Finally Admits:

His Campaign Colluded With

Russia At Trump Tower Meeting...

S.V. Date,HuffPost
August 5, 2018
 

WASHINGTON ― Forty times President Donald Trump has posted statements on Twitter asserting “NO COLLUSION” with Russia during the 2016 election. He made the claim standing next to Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki last month, and then a day later during a Cabinet meeting at the White House.

Sunday, he negated all of that by admitting that his campaign had tried to collude with Russia to win the presidency, after all.

Trump wrote in an 8:35 a.m. post on Twitter that the purpose of a June 9, 2016, gathering at Trump Tower was “to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics ― and it went nowhere. I did not know about it!”

That new admission, however, is completely at odds with the statement Trump crafted for use in the July 2017 news story that first reported the Trump Tower meeting. In that statement, he falsely claimed that the session attended by his eldest son and other high-ranking campaign aides was “primarily” about the adoption of Russian children.

“Donald Trump is every attorney’s worst nightmare,” said Rick Wilson, a Republican political consultant and prominent Trump critic. “He combines a complete lack of personal discipline with an impulse to place himself at ever greater risk of prosecution. He’s the ‘Bad Idea Jeans’ of presidents.”

Just a half hour after Trump’s new tweet, Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow admitted that he had put out falsehoods last year when he also claimed that the meeting was about adoption.

“I had bad information at that time and made a mistake in my statement,” he said on ABC’s “This Week” program, before continuing attacks on the integrity of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in U.S. politics, a strategy Trump personally began from the time he took office.

Sekulow ― whose career has made him an expert on school voucher and religious freedom cases, not criminal law – claimed that meeting with Russians tied to their country’s government with the goal of getting assistance to win a U.S. election was not illegal.

“The question is how would it be illegal?” Sekulow said. “The question is, what law, statute or rule or regulation has been violated? No one has pointed to one.”

In reality, numerous criminal lawyers have pointed out that colluding with a foreign power to win an election or even attempting to do so may constitute ...conspiracy against the United States...

That Sekulow had misstated the origin of the July 2017 statement provided to The New York Times and attributed to Donald Trump Jr. became clear earlier this year, in a leaked letter from Trump’s legal team to Mueller’s office. In it, lawyers stated that Trump had dictated the statement written aboard Air Force One as it flew back from the G-20 summit in Germany. At the time, Trump and his White House had falsely claimed that he had only offered his input into the crafting of the statement.

While Trump has claimed since taking office that “no collusion” occurred between his campaign and Russia and that Mueller was conducting a “witch hunt,” Trump’s acceptance of Russian help has been out in the open since the final month of the 2016 campaign.

Throughout that October, Trump cited emails disseminated by WikiLeaks on a near daily basis ― even though he began receiving briefings in August 2016 that told him that U.S. intelligence agencies had determined those emails had been stolen by Russian spies. U.S. intelligence made that assessment public in an Oct. 7 statement.

Trump publicly denied that it was even possible to know who had stolen the emails, at times blaming it on other countries, a 400-pound man sitting in his bed or someone from New Jersey.

“I think there’s plenty of evidence of collusion or conspiracy in plain sight. Now, that’s a different statement than saying that there’s proof beyond a reasonable doubt of a criminal conspiracy,” Rep. Adam Schiff of California, the ranking member Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” show on Sunday. “Bob Mueller will have to determine that.”

Trump fired then-FBI director James Comey a few months after taking office. He told both NBC News and Russian officials visiting the Oval Office that he had done so because of the Russia investigation. Mueller was appointed to take over the probe after the firing.

Since that point, it has resulted in charges against 32 individuals and three Russian companies and five guilty pleas, including those from Trump’s deputy campaign chairman and his initial national security adviser. Paul Manafort, who ran Trump’s campaign at a crucial time leading into the Republican National Convention, is currently on trial on charges concerning his previous business activities that grew out of Mueller’s probe.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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WE JUST PLAY A DUMB GAME WHICH IS ONLY FOR DUMB PEOPLE LIKE US...!

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SORRY...! I LOST COUNT HOW MANY FINGERS I HAVE...!

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OH...! YEAH...I CAN COUNT UP TO ONE...! YEPPEE...!

WAHOO...! I AM THE MOST INTELLIGENT PRESIDENT...!

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Uh...Uh...Uh...Uh...Uh...!

NO, YOU RE WRONG...

I CAN COUNT UP TO ONE...!

ONE...REMEMBER THAT...! ONE...I CAN DO...!

 

They will simply tunnel under. Been doing it for decades. A wall is ridiculous.

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BECAUSE...HE IS DOING IT HIMSELF...!

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LOSERS & CHEATERS.....SHAME ON YOU.....* & DUMB-ASSES...!

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" ANYONE BEING A LIAR AND WAS INVESTIGATING

FOR POSSIBLE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE...

SHOULD NOT BE QUALIFIED TO BE

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES EITHER...!

AND THAT'S YOU...DUMB TRUMP...! "

 

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" Fake News reporting, a complete fabrication,

that I am concerned about the meeting my wonderful son,

Donald, had in Trump Tower. This was a meeting

to get information on an opponent,

totally legal and done all the time in politics -

and it went nowhere. I did not know about it! "

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71.3K people are talking about this

Vs.

 

WHICH ONE DO YOU BELIEVE...?

WHICH ONE IS CLOSER TO THE TRUTH OF RUSSIAN COLLUSION...?

 

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"...RESIGN YOURSELF

or

WE'LL IMPEACH YOU...DUMB TRUMP...! "

 

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OK...OK...I AM GOING TO RESIGN...!

I AM NOT THAT DUMB & WAIT UNTIL I'LL BE IMPEACHED...!

I'LL BE LEAVING...THE WHITE HOUSE SOON...

AFTER I SHAKE MY BUDDY, PUTIN'S HAND FOR THE LAST TIME,

AND THANK HIM FOR MAKE ME A DUMB PRESIDENT EVEN FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME..!

 

THOSE DUMB-ASSES WHO VOTED & FOLLOWED ME

WILL HAVE TO ..." MAKE AMERICA * & DUMB-ASS...BY YOURSELVES

BUT I DOUBT THEY CAN DO IT WITHOUT ME...

B/C... DUMB-ASSES MUST BE LEAD BY * LEADER LIKE ME...MR. DUMB TRUMP...!"

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YES, I ADMITTED THAT WAS DUMB...

BUT NOT TOTALLY DUMB...!

BECAUSE I STILL MANAGED TO HAVE SOME * AMERICANS

BELIEVING  ME & FOLLOWING ME TO THE END EVEN AFTER EITHER I WAS RESIGNED

OR ...IMPEACHED

AND THEY STILL UNDERSTOOD NOTHING THAT ALL THIS TIME I WAS PULLING THEIR NOSES

AS A BUNCH OF COWS...!

 

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D.UMB TRUMP...

A SHAME.FUL U.S. PRESIDENT IN OUR TIME...!

 

 

 

 

D.UMB TRUMP...COULD NOT MAKE ANY SPEECH TO PRAISE SENATOR JOHN Mc CAIN FOR 2 DAYS...

BECAUSE HE HAD DEGRADED JOHN Mc CAIN DURING THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IN 2016...

 

IF HE PRAISED JOHN Mc CAIN DURING HIS FUNERAL THEN D.UMB TRUMP WOULD HAVE TO

SWALLOW HIS OWN WORDS OF DEGRADING JOHN Mc CAIN DURING

THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN...

SO HE HAS NO CHOICE BUT TO SIT CROSSING HIS ARMS AND MADE A FUNNY UNHAPPY FACE

LIKE A SPOILED B.RAT 3-YEAR OLD CHILD...!

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D.UMB TRUMP...REFUSED TO LOWER THE U.S. FLAG

ON TOP OF THE WHITE HOUSE TO HONOR THE PASSING AWAY OF

SENATOR JOHN Mc CAIN...!

 

ONE DAY HE LOWERED THE FLAG

THEN HE RAISED THE FLAG THE NEXT DAY...!

 

TRADITIONALLY, YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO LOWER THE FLAG HALF WAY DOWN

THE DAY YOU HEARD THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE PASSING AWAY OF

A PERSON OF NATIONAL FIGURE...LIKE SENATOR JOHN Mc CAIN...

AND RAISE THE FLAG BACK AFTER THE BURIAL DATE OF THE PERSON...

 

BUT THIS D.UMB TRUMP...REFUSED TO LOWER THE FLAG AFTER THE ANNOUNCEMENT

OF THE DEATH OF SENATOR JOHN Mc CAIN...UNTIL HE WAS PRESSURED BY THE AMERICAN

LEADERS AND AMERICAN PEOPLE THEN HE DECIDED TO LOWER THE FLAG JUST FOR 1 DAY

AND HE RAISED THE FLAG UP THE NEXT DAY...

 

AND THE WHOLE NATION CRIED OUT...ABOUT D.UMB TRUMP'S SHAMEFUL ACTION

THEN D.UMB TRUMP LOWERED THE FLAG DOWN AGAIN

AND THIS TIME HE LET THE FLAG LOWERING UNTIL THE DAY

AFTER THE BURIAL OF SENATOR JOHN Mc CAIN...

 

THERE WAS NO SUCH SHAME.FUL DEED IN THE AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE PAST...!

D.UMB TRUM IS THE W.ORST AMERICAN PRESIDENT IN HISTORY...!

 

D.UMB TRUMP'S PRESIDENTIAL LEGACY WOULD COME DOWN TO THESE WORDS:

BEING DU.MB, RA.CIST, BU.LLY, AND E.VIL...!

 

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SENATOR JOHN McCAIN'S COFFIN WAS BROUGHT UP

 

AND HONORED AS AN AMERICAN HERO INSIDE THE U.S. CAPITOL

 

 

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Meghan McCain (Photo: Getty Images)Meghan McCain says 'America has no need to be

made great again' to applause at father's funeral

Tanya Edwards,Yahoo Lifestyle Sept. 1, 2018

At Sen. John McCain’s memorial Saturday at the Washington National Cathedral, the senator’s daughter Meghan McCain gave an emotional eulogy, mourning the passing of “American greatness.” She also took a direct jab at President Trump and his campaign motto.

“The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again, because America was always great,” the talk show host said, to applause from those assembled.

On Twitter, people noted that applause at a funeral is unusual and praised much of her speech.

She also said her father was “a great man” and “we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness, the real thing, not cheap[quote] rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly, nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who lived lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served.”

Some people pointed out that the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband and fellow adviser to the president Jared Kushner were in attendance.

Former Presidents Barack Obama, a Democrat, and George W. Bush, a Republican, spoke about the six-term senator, at his request. It is the last event in Washington, where McCain lived and worked for over 40 years, and part of McCain’s five-day, cross-country funeral procession. He died Aug. 25 at age 81.

Despite McCain’s service as both a senator and a Vietnam war veteran, the president hesitated to release an official statement acknowledging McCain’s contributions to the country. He instead tweeted a short message offering his “deepest sympathies and respect” to the McCain family.

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A BLACK WOMAN WHO WORKED FOR DUMB TRUMP

INSIDE...DUMB TRUMP WHITE HOUSE

TALKING ABOUT WHO DUMB TRUMP REALLY IS

AND HOW HE BEHAVED IN THE OFFICE OF THE U.S. PRESIDENT...!

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DUMP TRUMP WAS PROHIBITED TO ATTEND

THE FUNERAL OF JOHN Mc CAIN...!

 

 

A REAL HERO OF THE NATION...!

FINALLY, D.UMB TRUMP HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO SWALLOW HIS OWN WORDS

AND UTTERED WORDS OF PRAISE TO SENATOR JOHN Mc CAIN...!

 

WHAT A SHAME.FUL L.OSER...!

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The latest Time magazine cover features President Donald Trump looking at his reflection

in a mirror and seeing himself as “King Me” in a royal robe and crown.

Time Magazine Cover Imagines

Donald Trump As King

Jenna Amatulli,HuffPost
June 7, 2018
 
The image for the magazine’s June 18 edition aims to capture the first 500 days of Trump’s presidency, especially his approach to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible campaign collusion, the artist said. The illustration accompanies the cover story titled: “Donald Trump’s Campaign to Discredit the Russia Investigation May Be Working. It’s Also Damaging American Democracy.”
 

“This portrait of Trump gazing into a mirror and seeing a king gets to the heart of how he and his legal team have approached this past week and the past 500 days, actually,” artist Tim O’Brien was quoted by Time as saying.

“Besides the usual challenge of the short deadline and making the image work, whether or not to have him looking at himself or looking at us was the thing I pondered most. His eye contact with each reader, each American fits the situation best.”

Trump this week boasted about his “absolute right” to pardon himself in the Russia probe. His lawyer told HuffPost Trump could have shot former FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office and not be prosecuted.

 

This is the actual cover of this week's TIME Magazine - not some cute meme. How can anyone who has become such a national joke and disgrace possibly govern the nation? The answer is obvious: he cannot.

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Trump has taken issue with Time in the past. Last year, Trump claimed the magazine had informed him that he would “probably” be selected as its Person of the Year.

He later tweeted: “Time Magazine called to say that I was PROBABLY going to be named ‘Man (Person) of the Year,’ like last year, but I would have to agree to an interview and a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!” 

Fake Time covers showing a portrait of Trump with headlines proclaiming his reality TV show ratings were hanging in five of his resorts as recently as a year ago. 

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IF TRUMP BROKE THE LAWS...
CAN HE PARDON HIMSELF...?

 

The ANSWER is...NO, HE CAN NOT...!

 

UNLESS HE IS THE KING of AMERICA...

 

Hahaha...!

 

EVERYONE OF US MUST BE CAREFUL NOT TO CRITICIZE
KING TRUMP...

 

OR
WE ALL WILL BE SHOT BY HIM...

 

AND
HE CAN STILL WALK FREE

 

BECAUSE
HE CAN PARDON HIMSELF...!

 

WOW...!

 

AMERICA IS NOT BETTER WITH KING TRUMP
BUT WE ALL ARE DOOM...!

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THOSE OF YOU...WHO VOTED FOR TRUMP...
SHAME ON YOU...!

 

TRUMP WANTS MORE THAN BEING YOUR ...PRESIDENT...

 

HE WANTS TO BE....YOUR KING...!

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Nujtxeeg: Xyov lub ntiaj teb no yuav ntxeev mus li cas os lov? Yog muab tej lus saub cov los xav nrog tej teeb meem niaj hnub no ces kuj zoo nkaus li tej lus saub ntawd yuav muaj tseeb, Tab sis mas kuv xav tau lawm hais tias tej teeb meem niaj hnub no tsuas yog lag luam nkaus xwb.

 

Muaj lub ntuj thiaj muaj daim "AV" Muaj tuam thawj zoo kav ces ntuj kuj tsis phem = muaj neeg phem los kav tib neeg cia neeg rov sib tua neeg no ntuj kuj pom thiab = nyob sab ntuj <meslaus-is> niaj hnub sib ntaus sib tua > ntuj kuj tsis los nag loj tsis muaj huab cua los  rhuav tshem < nyob sab ntuj "ASIA" teb chaws tiaj tus lawm  tab tom tsim kho vaj tse kom zoo los ntuj tso kiag nag loj li loj los  ua rau dej loj  toj pob teb nphau txhub vaj tse puas tas  ntuj tua tib neeg mas hais tuag txog 1000 qas 100 leej xwb > hmoob kev hawv teb chaws ces zoo nkaus li  peb tus nom (donal-Trump) no lawm ntag 

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Nujtxeeg:

Hnub no kuv nyob hauv tsev ib leeg, poj niam pais work lawm, Me nyuam los pais kawm ntawv tag, kuv tsis muaj dab tsi ua , kuv ho los xawb xawb no ho pom koj tuaj tham txog " Yog ib tug thawj coj uas txawj ntse ces nws yeej txawj xaiv tus neeg yuav los ua kom tau nws tej hauj lwm rau nws".

Koj lo lus no kuj los tsoo kuv txoj qub hauj lwm uas kuv retired tau 3 lub xyoo tag los lawm no os nawb,   Xyoo 1979 kuv tuaj txog rau teb chaws meskas no ces kuv niam qhuav txawm coj kuv mus ua kuv txoj hauj lwm ntawd txog ntau xyoo 2014 ( kuv ua tau 34 xyoo ) thaum lub 5hlis ces tus tswv Company txawm cias li tuag lawm ( pw tag kis ces tsis sawv lawm xwb) Thaum ntawd ces nws tus kwv txawm tuaj take over ntawm lub Company no ces tus txwv tshiab no txawm pib hloov ib yam zuj zus mus txog ntua lub 11 hlis ( 6 lub hlis xwb) cov qub worker uas lawm yeej ib txwm ua los tau 40 los yog 5o xyoo ntawd cia li retired tag, including kuv tus kheej kiag thiab os nawb.

Qhov teeb meem loj tshaj ces yog luag xav muab cov paub tab thiab paub txog tus hauj lwm hauv qhov chaw ntawm ncaws tawm kom tag, es luag mam li xeem mus nrhiav tus niag R.U.A.M, r.u.a.m los ua ces thiaj li mloog nws lus , nws taw te qhov twg los ua twj ywm pais ua, yam tsis cam thawj kiag li. Kuv ntseeg tau  lawm hais tias nyob rau sab " KASMOOS" no los yeej zoo tib yam nkaus os lov.

 

koj kuv wb taug tib tug twm npua teb no hneev ntag lov?????????????? hajhajhaj=

lub caij ntawd <roj yog roj -hneev yog hneev > peb sam 1 taub roj hauv tsheb khiav tau 3 week-end= hos tam sim no  luag muab roj xyaw cawv  rau tsheb khiav zo nkaus li  yuav tuag tom kev ho khiav taus thiab peb  laus  lawm tig rov nyiam ntxhais nkauj mos los lub zog tsis thooj li thaum hluag lawm  16 xyoo dhau los peb nyob teb chaws mes kas no  zoo thiab tshaj lij dhau lawm   luag neeg mes kas thiaj xaiv kom tau tus  heev ntawm qhov ncauj  los hem hmoob saib puas ntshai  hmoob thiaj ua ntshuag hnav tsoos thab ham tawm npluj npliv  "mes kas laj pom lawm  vim cov txoos thab ham no luag yeej muaj 1 txoj cai  txwv tsis pub tub thab ham hnav tawm los ua zam  ncig zej ncig khw tab sis hmoob ces  ua txuj tsis paub cai vim (mes kas cov C.I.A.) tos tau peb tuaj  nkag " hoos cav hoos ngas muab nruab hnub ua hmo ntuj los pw muab hmo ntuj ua nruab hnub mus ua hauj lwm  tau 45 lub xoo nkaus mas kho siab tshaj  li os phooj ywg (robot)

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Nujtxeeg:

Hnub no kuv nyob hauv tsev ib leeg, poj niam pais work lawm, Me nyuam los pais kawm ntawv tag, kuv tsis muaj dab tsi ua , kuv ho los xawb xawb no ho pom koj tuaj tham txog " Yog ib tug thawj coj uas txawj ntse ces nws yeej txawj xaiv tus neeg yuav los ua kom tau nws tej hauj lwm rau nws".

Koj lo lus no kuj los tsoo kuv txoj qub hauj lwm uas kuv retired tau 3 lub xyoo tag los lawm no os nawb,   Xyoo 1979 kuv tuaj txog rau teb chaws meskas no ces kuv niam qhuav txawm coj kuv mus ua kuv txoj hauj lwm ntawd txog ntau xyoo 2014 ( kuv ua tau 34 xyoo ) thaum lub 5hlis ces tus tswv Company txawm cias li tuag lawm ( pw tag kis ces tsis sawv lawm xwb) Thaum ntawd ces nws tus kwv txawm tuaj take over ntawm lub Company no ces tus txwv tshiab no txawm pib hloov ib yam zuj zus mus txog ntua lub 11 hlis ( 6 lub hlis xwb) cov qub worker uas lawm yeej ib txwm ua los tau 40 los yog 5o xyoo ntawd cia li retired tag, including kuv tus kheej kiag thiab os nawb.

Qhov teeb meem loj tshaj ces yog luag xav muab cov paub tab thiab paub txog tus hauj lwm hauv qhov chaw ntawm ncaws tawm kom tag, es luag mam li xeem mus nrhiav tus niag R.U.A.M, r.u.a.m los ua ces thiaj li mloog nws lus , nws taw te qhov twg los ua twj ywm pais ua, yam tsis cam thawj kiag li. Kuv ntseeg tau  lawm hais tias nyob rau sab " KASMOOS" no los yeej zoo tib yam nkaus os lov.

 

koj kuv wb taug tib tug twm npua teb no hneev ntag lov?????????????? hajhajhaj=

lub caij ntawd <roj yog roj -hneev yog hneev > peb sam 1 taub roj hauv tsheb khiav tau 3 week-end= hos tam sim no  luag muab roj xyaw cawv  rau tsheb khiav zo nkaus li  yuav tuag tom kev ho khiav taus thiab peb  laus  lawm tig rov nyiam ntxhais nkauj mos los lub zog tsis thooj li thaum hluag lawm  16 xyoo dhau los peb nyob teb chaws mes kas no  zoo thiab tshaj lij dhau lawm   luag neeg mes kas thiaj xaiv kom tau tus  heev ntawm qhov ncauj  los hem hmoob saib puas ntshai  hmoob thiaj ua ntshuag hnav tsoos thab ham tawm npluj npliv  "mes kas laj pom lawm  vim cov txoos thab ham no luag yeej muaj 1 txoj cai  txwv tsis pub tub thab ham hnav tawm los ua zam  ncig zej ncig khw tab sis hmoob ces  ua txuj tsis paub cai vim (mes kas cov C.I.A.) tos tau peb tuaj  nkag " hoos cav hoos ngas muab nruab hnub ua hmo ntuj los pw muab hmo ntuj ua nruab hnub mus ua hauj lwm  tau 45 lub xoo nkaus mas kho siab tshaj  li os phooj ywg (robot)

Phooj Ywg Yujsiab:

    Kuv Xav hais tias ntshe yog kuv tib leeg tuaj nyob rau teb chaw Meskas no thiaj li txom nyem thiaj thiaj li kho siab xwb no os lov? Es koj zoo li kuv thiab lov?

    Tej zaum koj tseem yuav nco qab kuv hais rau sawv daws hauv HMOOBZAB no thaum kuv nyuam qhuav tuaj paub sawv daws hais tias: Robot ces twb yog meskas muab pov tseg rau pem "Phu-Npiab" tiv tsav tiv nag tau 4 lub xyoo ces mam li phoom phoom tuaj txog rau tim Vib-Nai xyoo 78; Ces  thaum tuaj txog tim Vib Nai na has ho tuaj pom Jerry Deniel Xam phaj hmoob tuaj mus meskas? Thaum Jerry pom dheev Robot xwb ces Jerry twb ua ntsev muag puas tag, Ces Jerry hais rau Robot hais tias thaum twg Robot mam li pais meskas? no ces Robot hais rau Jerry hais tias" sai-li sai- tau".

 Nyob rau Vib Nai 3 lub hli xwb ces tuaj rau meskas no lawm, Ces ho mag Jerry muab xa tuaj rau lub Lav uas tsis muaj ib yig Hmoob nyob li! Phooj ywg Yuj siab? Koj puas paub lub Lav twg thiaj li tsis tau muaj hmoob nyob kiag li? Tam li kuv paub ces yog: "Kentucky" nkaus xwb nawb, Tab sis tam sim no ces tseem tshuav kuv cov me nyuam thiab ob yig kwv tij hmoob Xyooj tseem nrog kuv cov me nyuam nyob rau hauv lub lav no.

   Phooj ywg Yuj siab:  Tus Twm Npua teb  no yeej tseem tsis tau kam tiv kuv tus txiv* caum Npua teb no li, Tab sis tsaus ntuj lawm ces cia tag kis mam li ho caum dua nawb mog.

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Books of The Times

In ‘Fear,’ Bob Woodward Pulls Back the Curtain

on President Trump’s ‘Crazytown’

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Nothing in Bob Woodward’s sober and grainy new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” is especially surprising. This is a White House that has leaked from Day 1. We knew things were bad. Woodward is here, like a state trooper knocking on the door at 3 a.m., to update the sorry details.

Some of these details, at first glance, are amusing. Trump lamented when Twitter, the social media platform on which he dispenses Pez-sized pellets of discourtesy, raised the maximum size of an individual tweet from 140 to 280 characters because, he is quoted as saying, “I was the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters.” Somewhere in heaven, Papa is wondering if he can’t self-destruct all over again.

It is stranger still to learn that Trump orders his most popular tweets printed out, so that he can study them. What lesson has he learned? That his most effective tweets are often the most unhinged. He’s a focus group of one, thriving on the smell of his own sulfur. Reince Priebus, his former chief of staff, calls the presidential bedroom, where Trump goes to tweet, “the devil’s workshop,” and early mornings and Sunday nights, when Trump is at loose ends, “the witching hour.”

Some in the White House have tried to tone down the president’s online effusions, but that idea seems to have been jettisoned in the havoc. His advisers are viewed in mostly pitiless terms by Woodward. “Trump had failed the President Lincoln test,” he writes. “He had not put a team of political rivals or competitors at the table.”

Woodward vividly quotes Priebus on the chaos of the White House’s decision making. “When you put a snake and a rat and a falcon and a rabbit and a shark and a seal in a zoo without walls, things start getting nasty and bloody. That’s what happens.”

That’s what happens.”

Image
President Donald Trump at a roundtable discussion with state leaders in August.CreditTom Brenner for The New York Times

“Fear” is a typical Woodward book in that named sources for scenes, thoughts and quotations appear only sometimes. Woodward has never been a graceful writer, but the prose here is unusually wooden. It’s as if he wants to make a statement that, at this historical juncture, simple factual pine-board competence should suffice.

The critic Clive James once complained that Woodward “checks his facts until they weep with boredom.” Well, fact-checking and boredom seem sexy again. Even weeping is making a comeback.

Woodward dispenses in “Fear” with most of the small human details that brightened his earlier books. There is no moment like the one in “Bush at War” (2002) in which George W. Bush said to a Navy steward on duty in the West Wing, “Ferdie, I want a hamburger.”

Woodward keeps the scene-setting to a minimum. Those he does set tend to be around policy disputes over North Korea, Afghanistan, tax reform, trade and tariffs, and the Paris climate agreement, among other issues.

Woodward’s subjects have always been able to trade access for spotlight and some sympathy in his books. Among the primary sources for this book are clearly Priebus; Gary D. Cohn, Trump’s former chief economic adviser; and Rob Porter, Trump’s former staff secretary.

There are terrifying scenes in which Cohn and Porter conspire to keep certain documents out of Trump’s reach. One of these would have withdrawn the United States from a crucial trade agreement with South Korea. Another would have pulled the country from the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Describing one of these moments, Woodward writes: “The reality was that the United States in 2017 was tethered to the words and actions of an emotionally overwrought, mercurial and unpredictable leader. Members of his staff had joined to purposefully block some of what they believed were the president’s most dangerous impulses. It was a nervous breakdown of the executive power of the most powerful country in the world.”

Trump rarely realizes when things go missing, Woodward sugg[quote]ests. Though he does quote him shouting, like a boy king, “Bring me my tariffs!”

Cohn is in some ways this book’s moral center. If this were a first-person novel, he would be its narrator. He is shocked at every turn by Trump’s lack of knowledge and utter lack of interest in learning anything at all. It was pointless to prepare a presentation of any sort for him.

Cohn and Jim Mattis, the secretary of defense, had “several quiet conversations” about what they called “The Big Problem: The president did not understand the importance of allies overseas, the value of diplomacy or the relationship between the military, the economy and intelligence partnerships with foreign governments.”

John F. Kelly, Trump’s chief of staff, is quoted as saying about the president, in a meeting, “He’s an idiot. It’s pointless to try to convince him of anything. He’s gone off the rails. We’re in crazytown.”

Image
Bob Woodward arriving at Trump Tower in New York in 2017.CreditPool photo by Albin Lohr-Jones

Mike Pence, the vice president, comes off as a glorified golf caddy who doesn’t want to rock the boat lest Trump tweet something mean about him. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump’s former chief strategist, simmers frequently in this book’s background. About Melania Trump, Bannon says: “Behind the scenes she’s a hammer.” Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are seen by nearly all parties as pointless. “They were like a posse of second-guessers, hovering, watching,” Woodward writes. He does describe how Ivanka got her father to talk to Al Gore about climate change.

Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation rattles Trump to his core in “Fear.” Woodward sugg[quote]ests that the president is right, at least in one regard, to be aggrieved.

The intelligence report from the C.I.A., the National Security Agency, the F.B.I. and others about Russian interference in the 2016 election was an airtight document, he says. Why then did James Comey, then the F.B.I. director, also introduce the so-called Steele dossier?

“It would be as if I had reported and written one of the most serious, complex stories for The Washington Post that I had ever done,” Woodward writes, “and then provided an appendix of unverified allegations. Oh, by the way, here is a to-do list for further reporting and we’re publishing it.”

There is a strong sense here of the clock ticking. John M. Dowd, Trump’s former lawyer, does not think Trump is mentally capable of testifying to the special counsel. “Don’t testify,” he is quoted as saying. “It’s either that or an orange jump suit.”

Trump declined to be interviewed for this book, Woodward writes in a note to readers. But the book’s title is from a quote Trump delivered in a 2016 interview with Woodward and his Washington Post colleague Robert Costa: “Real power is — I don’t even want to use the word — fear.”

If this book has a single point to drive home, it is that the president of the United States is a congenital liar. I wish “Fear” had other points to make. I wanted more context, more passion, a bit of irony and certainly more simple history. Surely Woodward, of all people, has worthwhile comparisons to make between Trump and Richard Nixon.

But this is not Woodward’s way. “Fear” picks up little narrative momentum. It’s a slow tropical storm of a book, not a hurricane. You turn the pages because Woodward, as he accumulates the queasy-making details, delivers on the promise of his title.

 

Follow Dwight Garner on Twitter: @DwightGarner.

Fear
Trump in the White House
By Bob Woodward
Illustrated. 420 pages. Simon & Schuster. $30.

==================================

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I Am Part of the Resistance

Inside the Trump Administration

I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts

of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

 

President Trump is facing a test to his presidency unlike any faced by a modern American leader.

It’s not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump’s leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall.

The dilemma — which he does not fully grasp — is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

I would know. I am one of them.

To be clear, ours is not the popular “resistance” of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous.

But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.

 
That is why many Trump appointees have vowed to do what we can to preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting Mr. Trump’s more misguided impulses until he is out of office.

The root of the problem is the president’s amorality. Anyone who works with him knows he is not moored to any discernible first principles that guide his decision making.

Although he was elected as a Republican, the president shows little affinity for ideals long espoused by conservatives: free minds, free markets and free people. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings. At worst, he has attacked them outright.

In addition to his mass-marketing of the notion that the press is the “enemy of the people,” President Trump’s impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic.

Don’t get me wrong. There are bright spots that the near-ceaseless negative coverage of the administration fails to capture: effective deregulation, historic tax reform, a more robust military and more.

But these successes have come despite — not because of — the president’s leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.

From the White House to executive branch departments and agencies, senior officials will privately admit their daily disbelief at the commander in chief’s comments and actions. Most are working to insulate their operations from his whims.

Meetings with him veer off topic and off the rails, he engages in repetitive rants, and his impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back.

“There is literally no telling whether he might change his mind from one minute to the next,” a top official complained to me recently, exasperated by an Oval Office meeting at which the president flip-flopped on a major policy decision he’d made only a week earlier.

The erratic behavior would be more concerning if it weren’t for unsung heroes in and around the White House. Some of his aides have been cast as villains by the media. But in private, they have gone to great lengths to keep bad decisions contained to the West Wing, though they are clearly not always successful.

It may be cold comfort in this chaotic era, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room. We fully recognize what is happening. And we are trying to do what’s right even when Donald Trump won’t.

The result is a two-track presidency.

Take foreign policy: In public and in private, President Trump shows a preference for autocrats and dictators, such as President Vladimir Putin of Russia and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and displays little genuine appreciation for the ties that bind us to allied, like-minded nations.

Astute observers have noted, though, that the rest of the administration is operating on another track, one where countries like Russia are called out for meddling and punished accordingly, and where allies around the world are engaged as peers rather than ridiculed as rivals.

On Russia, for instance, the president was reluctant to expel so many of Mr. Putin’s spies as punishment for the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. He complained for weeks about senior staff members letting him get boxed into further confrontation with Russia, and he expressed frustration that the United States continued to impose sanctions on the country for its malign behavior. But his national security team knew better — such actions had to be taken, to hold Moscow accountable.

This isn’t the work of the so-called deep state. It’s the work of the steady state.

Given the instability many witnessed, there were early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment, which would start a complex process for removing the president. But no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis. So we will do what we can to steer the administration in the right direction until — one way or another — it’s over.

The bigger concern is not what Mr. Trump has done to the presidency but rather what we as a nation have allowed him to do to us. We have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility.

Senator John McCain put it best in his farewell letter. All Americans should heed his words and break free of the tribalism trap, with the high kuv phem of uniting through our shared values and love of this great nation.

We may no longer have Senator McCain. But we will always have his example — a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue. Mr. Trump may fear such honorable men, but we should revere them.

There is a quiet resistance within the administration of people choosing to put country first. But the real difference will be made by everyday citizens rising above politics, reaching across the aisle and resolving to shed the labels in favor of a single one: Americans.

The writer is a senior official in the Trump administration.

Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook and Twitter (@NYTopinion).

 

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In ‘Fear,’ Bob Woodward Pulls Back the Curtain

on President Trump’s ‘Crazytown’

CreditCreditSonny Figueroa/The New York Times

Nothing in Bob Woodward’s sober and grainy new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” is especially surprising. This is a White House that has leaked from Day 1. We knew things were bad. Woodward is here, like a state trooper knocking on the door at 3 a.m., to update the sorry details.

Some of these details, at first glance, are amusing. Trump lamented when Twitter, the social media platform on which he dispenses Pez-sized pellets of discourtesy, raised the maximum size of an individual tweet from 140 to 280 characters because, he is quoted as saying, “I was the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters.” Somewhere in heaven, Papa is wondering if he can’t self-destruct all over again.

It is stranger still to learn that Trump orders his most popular tweets printed out, so that he can study them. What lesson has he learned? That his most effective tweets are often the most unhinged. He’s a focus group of one, thriving on the smell of his own sulfur. Reince Priebus, his former chief of staff, calls the presidential bedroom, where Trump goes to tweet, “the devil’s workshop,” and early mornings and Sunday nights, when Trump is at loose ends, “the witching hour.”

Some in the White House have tried to tone down the president’s online effusions, but that idea seems to have been jettisoned in the havoc. His advisers are viewed in mostly pitiless terms by Woodward. “Trump had failed the President Lincoln test,” he writes. “He had not put a team of political rivals or competitors at the table.”

Woodward vividly quotes Priebus on the chaos of the White House’s decision making. “When you put a snake and a rat and a falcon and a rabbit and a shark and a seal in a zoo without walls, things start getting nasty and bloody. That’s what happens.”

That’s what happens.”

Image
President Donald Trump at a roundtable discussion with state leaders in August.CreditTom Brenner for The New York Times

“Fear” is a typical Woodward book in that named sources for scenes, thoughts and quotations appear only sometimes. Woodward has never been a graceful writer, but the prose here is unusually wooden. It’s as if he wants to make a statement that, at this historical juncture, simple factual pine-board competence should suffice.

The critic Clive James once complained that Woodward “checks his facts until they weep with boredom.” Well, fact-checking and boredom seem sexy again. Even weeping is making a comeback.

Woodward dispenses in “Fear” with most of the small human details that brightened his earlier books. There is no moment like the one in “Bush at War” (2002) in which George W. Bush said to a Navy steward on duty in the West Wing, “Ferdie, I want a hamburger.”

Woodward keeps the scene-setting to a minimum. Those he does set tend to be around policy disputes over North Korea, Afghanistan, tax reform, trade and tariffs, and the Paris climate agreement, among other issues.

Woodward’s subjects have always been able to trade access for spotlight and some sympathy in his books. Among the primary sources for this book are clearly Priebus; Gary D. Cohn, Trump’s former chief economic adviser; and Rob Porter, Trump’s former staff secretary.

There are terrifying scenes in which Cohn and Porter conspire to keep certain documents out of Trump’s reach. One of these would have withdrawn the United States from a crucial trade agreement with South Korea. Another would have pulled the country from the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Describing one of these moments, Woodward writes: “The reality was that the United States in 2017 was tethered to the words and actions of an emotionally overwrought, mercurial and unpredictable leader. Members of his staff had joined to purposefully block some of what they believed were the president’s most dangerous impulses. It was a nervous breakdown of the executive power of the most powerful country in the world.”

Trump rarely realizes when things go missing, Woodward sugg[quote]

ests. Though he does quote him shouting, like a boy king, “Bring me my tariffs!”

Cohn is in some ways this book’s moral center. If this were a first-person novel, he would be its narrator. He is shocked at every turn by Trump’s lack of knowledge and utter lack of interest in learning anything at all. It was pointless to prepare a presentation of any sort for him.

Cohn and Jim Mattis, the secretary of defense, had “several quiet conversations” about what they called “The Big Problem: The president did not understand the importance of allies overseas, the value of diplomacy or the relationship between the military, the economy and intelligence partnerships with foreign governments.”

John F. Kelly, Trump’s chief of staff, is quoted as saying about the president, in a meeting, “He’s an idiot. It’s pointless to try to convince him of anything. He’s gone off the rails. We’re in crazytown.”

Image
Bob Woodward arriving at Trump Tower in New York in 2017.CreditPool photo by Albin Lohr-Jones

Mike Pence, the vice president, comes off as a glorified golf caddy who doesn’t want to rock the boat lest Trump tweet something mean about him. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump’s former chief strategist, simmers frequently in this book’s background. About Melania Trump, Bannon says: “Behind the scenes she’s a hammer.” Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are seen by nearly all parties as pointless. “They were like a posse of second-guessers, hovering, watching,” Woodward writes. He does describe how Ivanka got her father to talk to Al Gore about climate change.

Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation rattles Trump to his core in “Fear.” Woodward sugg[quote]

ests that the president is right, at least in one regard, to be aggrieved.

“It would be as if I had reported and written one of the most serious, complex stories for The Washington Post that I had ever done,” Woodward writes, “and then provided an appendix of unverified allegations. Oh, by the way, here is a to-do list for further reporting and we’re publishing it.”

There is a strong sense here of the clock ticking. John M. Dowd, Trump’s former lawyer, does not think Trump is mentally capable of testifying to the special counsel. “Don’t testify,” he is quoted as saying. “It’s either that or an orange jump suit.”

Trump declined to be interviewed for this book, Woodward writes in a note to readers. But the book’s title is from a quote Trump delivered in a 2016 interview with Woodward and his Washington Post colleague Robert Costa: “Real power is — I don’t even want to use the word — fear.”

If this book has a single point to drive home, it is that the president of the United States is a congenital liar. I wish “Fear” had other points to make. I wanted more context, more passion, a bit of irony and certainly more simple history. Surely Woodward, of all people, has worthwhile comparisons to make between Trump and Richard Nixon.

But this is not Woodward’s way. “Fear” picks up little narrative momentum. It’s a slow tropical storm of a book, not a hurricane. You turn the pages because Woodward, as he accumulates the queasy-making details, delivers on the promise of his title.

 

Follow Dwight Garner on Twitter: @DwightGarner.

Fear
Trump in the White House
By Bob Woodward
Illustrated. 420 pages. Simon & Schuster. $30.

==================================

Image result for op-ed article
 

180905191131-20180905-white-house-leaker

I Am Part of the Resistance

Inside the Trump Administration

I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts

of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

 

President Trump is facing a test to his presidency unlike any faced by a modern American leader.

It’s not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump’s leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall.

The dilemma — which he does not fully grasp — is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

I would know. I am one of them.

To be clear, ours is not the popular “resistance” of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous.

But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.

 
That is why many Trump appointees have vowed to do what we can to preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting Mr. Trump’s more misguided impulses until he is out of office.

The root of the problem is the president’s amorality. Anyone who works with him knows he is not moored to any discernible first principles that guide his decision making.

Although he was elected as a Republican, the president shows little affinity for ideals long espoused by conservatives: free minds, free markets and free people. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings. At worst, he has attacked them outright.

In addition to his mass-marketing of the notion that the press is the “enemy of the people,” President Trump’s impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic.

Don’t get me wrong. There are bright spots that the near-ceaseless negative coverage of the administration fails to capture: effective deregulation, historic tax reform, a more robust military and more.

But these successes have come despite — not because of — the president’s leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.

From the White House to executive branch departments and agencies, senior officials will privately admit their daily disbelief at the commander in chief’s comments and actions. Most are working to insulate their operations from his whims.

Meetings with him veer off topic and off the rails, he engages in repetitive rants, and his impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back.

“There is literally no telling whether he might change his mind from one minute to the next,” a top official complained to me recently, exasperated by an Oval Office meeting at which the president flip-flopped on a major policy decision he’d made only a week earlier.

The erratic behavior would be more concerning if it weren’t for unsung heroes in and around the White House. Some of his aides have been cast as villains by the media. But in private, they have gone to great lengths to keep bad decisions contained to the West Wing, though they are clearly not always successful.

It may be cold comfort in this chaotic era, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room. We fully recognize what is happening. And we are trying to do what’s right even when Donald Trump won’t.

The result is a two-track presidency.

Take foreign policy: In public and in private, President Trump shows a preference for autocrats and dictators, such as President Vladimir Putin of Russia and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and displays little genuine appreciation for the ties that bind us to allied, like-minded nations.

Astute observers have noted, though, that the rest of the administration is operating on another track, one where countries like Russia are called out for meddling and punished accordingly, and where allies around the world are engaged as peers rather than ridiculed as rivals.

On Russia, for instance, the president was reluctant to expel so many of Mr. Putin’s spies as punishment for the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. He complained for weeks about senior staff members letting him get boxed into further confrontation with Russia, and he expressed frustration that the United States continued to impose sanctions on the country for its malign behavior. But his national security team knew better — such actions had to be taken, to hold Moscow accountable.

This isn’t the work of the so-called deep state. It’s the work of the steady state.

Given the instability many witnessed, there were early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment, which would start a complex process for removing the president. But no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis. So we will do what we can to steer the administration in the right direction until — one way or another — it’s over.

The bigger concern is not what Mr. Trump has done to the presidency but rather what we as a nation have allowed him to do to us. We have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility.

Senator John McCain put it best in his farewell letter. All Americans should heed his words and break free of the tribalism trap, with the high kuv phem of uniting through our shared values and love of this great nation.

We may no longer have Senator McCain. But we will always have his example — a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue. Mr. Trump may fear such honorable men, but we should revere them.

There is a quiet resistance within the administration of people choosing to put country first. But the real difference will be made by everyday citizens rising above politics, reaching across the aisle and resolving to shed the labels in favor of a single one: Americans.

The writer is a senior official in the Trump administration.

Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook and Twitter (@NYTopinion).

 

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============================

Image result for Op-Ed

OP-ED...Trying to SAVE AMERICA...

 

DUMP TRUMP...Daily Tweeted and Appeared on the Media

fighting everyone from within the White House, Congress, Nation,

and International Communities...on every Issues from Wars, Trades, Tax,

Global Warming, Immigrants, Racists, Hatred, Division of the People,

Division of the Country, Division of the World...

 

BUT...he embraced one PERSON that is PUTIN of Russia who said

Russia could DESTROY AMERICA in one NUKE that America would not be able

to STOP...

 

This Dumb Trump...is sick, crazy, insane, un-intelligent,

and is not fit to BE IN THE WHITE HOUSE & RUN THE COUNTRY...!

 

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Books of The Times

In ‘Fear,’ Bob Woodward Pulls Back the Curtain

on President Trump’s ‘Crazytown’

CreditCreditSonny Figueroa/The New York Times

Nothing in Bob Woodward’s sober and grainy new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” is especially surprising. This is a White House that has leaked from Day 1. We knew things were bad. Woodward is here, like a state trooper knocking on the door at 3 a.m., to update the sorry details.

Some of these details, at first glance, are amusing. Trump lamented when Twitter, the social media platform on which he dispenses Pez-sized pellets of discourtesy, raised the maximum size of an individual tweet from 140 to 280 characters because, he is quoted as saying, “I was the Ernest Hemingway of 140 characters.” Somewhere in heaven, Papa is wondering if he can’t self-destruct all over again.

It is stranger still to learn that Trump orders his most popular tweets printed out, so that he can study them. What lesson has he learned? That his most effective tweets are often the most unhinged. He’s a focus group of one, thriving on the smell of his own sulfur. Reince Priebus, his former chief of staff, calls the presidential bedroom, where Trump goes to tweet, “the devil’s workshop,” and early mornings and Sunday nights, when Trump is at loose ends, “the witching hour.”

Some in the White House have tried to tone down the president’s online effusions, but that idea seems to have been jettisoned in the havoc. His advisers are viewed in mostly pitiless terms by Woodward. “Trump had failed the President Lincoln test,” he writes. “He had not put a team of political rivals or competitors at the table.”

Woodward vividly quotes Priebus on the chaos of the White House’s decision making. “When you put a snake and a rat and a falcon and a rabbit and a shark and a seal in a zoo without walls, things start getting nasty and bloody. That’s what happens.”

That’s what happens.”

Image
President Donald Trump at a roundtable discussion with state leaders in August.CreditTom Brenner for The New York Times

“Fear” is a typical Woodward book in that named sources for scenes, thoughts and quotations appear only sometimes. Woodward has never been a graceful writer, but the prose here is unusually wooden. It’s as if he wants to make a statement that, at this historical juncture, simple factual pine-board competence should suffice.

The critic Clive James once complained that Woodward “checks his facts until they weep with boredom.” Well, fact-checking and boredom seem sexy again. Even weeping is making a comeback.

Woodward dispenses in “Fear” with most of the small human details that brightened his earlier books. There is no moment like the one in “Bush at War” (2002) in which George W. Bush said to a Navy steward on duty in the West Wing, “Ferdie, I want a hamburger.”

Woodward keeps the scene-setting to a minimum. Those he does set tend to be around policy disputes over North Korea, Afghanistan, tax reform, trade and tariffs, and the Paris climate agreement, among other issues.

Woodward’s subjects have always been able to trade access for spotlight and some sympathy in his books. Among the primary sources for this book are clearly Priebus; Gary D. Cohn, Trump’s former chief economic adviser; and Rob Porter, Trump’s former staff secretary.

There are terrifying scenes in which Cohn and Porter conspire to keep certain documents out of Trump’s reach. One of these would have withdrawn the United States from a crucial trade agreement with South Korea. Another would have pulled the country from the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Describing one of these moments, Woodward writes: “The reality was that the United States in 2017 was tethered to the words and actions of an emotionally overwrought, mercurial and unpredictable leader. Members of his staff had joined to purposefully block some of what they believed were the president’s most dangerous impulses. It was a nervous breakdown of the executive power of the most powerful country in the world.”

Trump rarely realizes when things go missing, Woodward sugg[quote]

ests. Though he does quote him shouting, like a boy king, “Bring me my tariffs!”

Cohn is in some ways this book’s moral center. If this were a first-person novel, he would be its narrator. He is shocked at every turn by Trump’s lack of knowledge and utter lack of interest in learning anything at all. It was pointless to prepare a presentation of any sort for him.

Cohn and Jim Mattis, the secretary of defense, had “several quiet conversations” about what they called “The Big Problem: The president did not understand the importance of allies overseas, the value of diplomacy or the relationship between the military, the economy and intelligence partnerships with foreign governments.”

John F. Kelly, Trump’s chief of staff, is quoted as saying about the president, in a meeting, “He’s an idiot. It’s pointless to try to convince him of anything. He’s gone off the rails. We’re in crazytown.”

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Bob Woodward arriving at Trump Tower in New York in 2017.CreditPool photo by Albin Lohr-Jones

Mike Pence, the vice president, comes off as a glorified golf caddy who doesn’t want to rock the boat lest Trump tweet something mean about him. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump’s former chief strategist, simmers frequently in this book’s background. About Melania Trump, Bannon says: “Behind the scenes she’s a hammer.” Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are seen by nearly all parties as pointless. “They were like a posse of second-guessers, hovering, watching,” Woodward writes. He does describe how Ivanka got her father to talk to Al Gore about climate change.

Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation rattles Trump to his core in “Fear.” Woodward sugg[quote]

ests that the president is right, at least in one regard, to be aggrieved.

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The intelligence report from the C.I.A., the National Security Agency, the F.B.I. and others about Russian interference in the 2016 election was an airtight document, he says. Why then did James Comey, then the F.B.I. director, also introduce the so-called Steele dossier?

“It would be as if I had reported and written one of the most serious, complex stories for The Washington Post that I had ever done,” Woodward writes, “and then provided an appendix of unverified allegations. Oh, by the way, here is a to-do list for further reporting and we’re publishing it.”

There is a strong sense here of the clock ticking. John M. Dowd, Trump’s former lawyer, does not think Trump is mentally capable of testifying to the special counsel. “Don’t testify,” he is quoted as saying. “It’s either that or an orange jump suit.”

Trump declined to be interviewed for this book, Woodward writes in a note to readers. But the book’s title is from a quote Trump delivered in a 2016 interview with Woodward and his Washington Post colleague Robert Costa: “Real power is — I don’t even want to use the word — fear.”

If this book has a single point to drive home, it is that the president of the United States is a congenital liar. I wish “Fear” had other points to make. I wanted more context, more passion, a bit of irony and certainly more simple history. Surely Woodward, of all people, has worthwhile comparisons to make between Trump and Richard Nixon.

But this is not Woodward’s way. “Fear” picks up little narrative momentum. It’s a slow tropical storm of a book, not a hurricane. You turn the pages because Woodward, as he accumulates the queasy-making details, delivers on the promise of his title.

 

Follow Dwight Garner on Twitter: @DwightGarner.

Fear
Trump in the White House
By Bob Woodward
Illustrated. 420 pages. Simon & Schuster. $30.

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I Am Part of the Resistance

Inside the Trump Administration

I work for the president but like-minded colleagues and I have vowed to thwart parts

of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

 

President Trump is facing a test to his presidency unlike any faced by a modern American leader.

It’s not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump’s leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall.

The dilemma — which he does not fully grasp — is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

I would know. I am one of them.

To be clear, ours is not the popular “resistance” of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous.

But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.

 
That is why many Trump appointees have vowed to do what we can to preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting Mr. Trump’s more misguided impulses until he is out of office.

The root of the problem is the president’s amorality. Anyone who works with him knows he is not moored to any discernible first principles that guide his decision making.

Although he was elected as a Republican, the president shows little affinity for ideals long espoused by conservatives: free minds, free markets and free people. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings. At worst, he has attacked them outright.

In addition to his mass-marketing of the notion that the press is the “enemy of the people,” President Trump’s impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic.

Don’t get me wrong. There are bright spots that the near-ceaseless negative coverage of the administration fails to capture: effective deregulation, historic tax reform, a more robust military and more.

But these successes have come despite — not because of — the president’s leadership style, which is impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective.

From the White House to executive branch departments and agencies, senior officials will privately admit their daily disbelief at the commander in chief’s comments and actions. Most are working to insulate their operations from his whims.

Meetings with him veer off topic and off the rails, he engages in repetitive rants, and his impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back.

“There is literally no telling whether he might change his mind from one minute to the next,” a top official complained to me recently, exasperated by an Oval Office meeting at which the president flip-flopped on a major policy decision he’d made only a week earlier.

The erratic behavior would be more concerning if it weren’t for unsung heroes in and around the White House. Some of his aides have been cast as villains by the media. But in private, they have gone to great lengths to keep bad decisions contained to the West Wing, though they are clearly not always successful.

It may be cold comfort in this chaotic era, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room. We fully recognize what is happening. And we are trying to do what’s right even when Donald Trump won’t.

The result is a two-track presidency.

Take foreign policy: In public and in private, President Trump shows a preference for autocrats and dictators, such as President Vladimir Putin of Russia and North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, and displays little genuine appreciation for the ties that bind us to allied, like-minded nations.

Astute observers have noted, though, that the rest of the administration is operating on another track, one where countries like Russia are called out for meddling and punished accordingly, and where allies around the world are engaged as peers rather than ridiculed as rivals.

On Russia, for instance, the president was reluctant to expel so many of Mr. Putin’s spies as punishment for the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. He complained for weeks about senior staff members letting him get boxed into further confrontation with Russia, and he expressed frustration that the United States continued to impose sanctions on the country for its malign behavior. But his national security team knew better — such actions had to be taken, to hold Moscow accountable.

This isn’t the work of the so-called deep state. It’s the work of the steady state.

Given the instability many witnessed, there were early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment, which would start a complex process for removing the president. But no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis. So we will do what we can to steer the administration in the right direction until — one way or another — it’s over.

The bigger concern is not what Mr. Trump has done to the presidency but rather what we as a nation have allowed him to do to us. We have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility.

Senator John McCain put it best in his farewell letter. All Americans should heed his words and break free of the tribalism trap, with the high kuv phem of uniting through our shared values and love of this great nation.

We may no longer have Senator McCain. But we will always have his example — a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue. Mr. Trump may fear such honorable men, but we should revere them.

There is a quiet resistance within the administration of people choosing to put country first. But the real difference will be made by everyday citizens rising above politics, reaching across the aisle and resolving to shed the labels in favor of a single one: Americans.

The writer is a senior official in the Trump administration.

Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook and Twitter (@NYTopinion).

 

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OP-ED...Trying to SAVE AMERICA...

 

DUMP TRUMP...Daily Tweeted and Appeared on the Media

fighting everyone from within the White House, Congress, Nation,

and International Communities...on every Issues from Wars, Trades, Tax,

Global Warming, Immigrants, Racists, Hatred, Division of the People,

Division of the Country, Division of the World...

 

BUT...he embraced one PERSON that is PUTIN of Russia who said

Russia could DESTROY AMERICA in one NUKE that America would not be able

to STOP...

 

This Dumb Trump...is sick, crazy, insane, un-intelligent,

and is not fit to BE IN THE WHITE HOUSE & RUN THE COUNTRY...!

 

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The intelligence report from the C.I.A., the National Security Agency, the F.B.I. and others about Russian interference in the 2016 election was an airtight document, he says. Why then did James Comey, then the F.B.I. director, also introduce the so-called Steele dossier?

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Zoo li no mas.

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ROBOT,

TOS SAWVDAWS LUB SIAB MIV MIV LUV LUV LOS TWB YOG PEB COV POJNIAM LUB SIAB ME ME LI SILLYME NTAG HOS.

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Lub tebchaws U.S.A. no muaj neeg phem coob kawgkiag.  Cov neeg phem no muaj ntau Hom, ntau Haiv thiab ntau yam Dab Qhuas.  Yog lub tebchaws no tsis muaj cov Nom uas hom zoo li Trump los tswj koom zoo li cov Noob Qoob los yog tej Tsiaj Phem ntawd muab TSHEM los sis muab LIM tawm mas tom ntej no peb yuav rov KHIAV SUAV puv DUA.  Muab 1 qhov coj los ua pivtxwv li tias nyob rau tim Tsev Dawb D.C. tom qab Trump los xaiv yawg Kavanaugh los mus ua haujlwm nyob hauv Tsev Txiav Plaub Siab Tshaj Plaws (Supreme Court) lawm tog Democrat cia li tso kiag Niampog Ford los iabliam tias nws raug mos deev 20 tawm xyoo dhau los thaum nkawv kawm ntawv uake nyob University.  Thaum kawg FBI tshawb mus tshawb los tsis muaj qab ntxhiab dabtsi thiaj raug tso cai rau cov Senator vote nws tau muaj yeej lawm.  Tej yam no ntshe yog lawv kawm tau Hmoob lub niag tswv8 qiasneeg los siv lawm thiab los tsis paub.  Txoj kev lawv ua no twb muaj yeej ntau tus Nom raug ncaws tawm xws li Al Franken, yog li no lawv thiaj li pib txoj kev iab liam no ua ntuv zus los mus lawm.  Tej yam teebmeem no qhia tau tias lub tebchaws no muaj tsis muaj kev NYAB XEEB lawm.

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