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The Mueller investigation has long drawn Trump’s ire. “I think it’s a disgrace,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office on Friday. “What’s going on in this country, I think it’s a disgrace.” For a change the Resident is correct: What’s going on in this country is a disgrace. A disgrace accelerated by his election. If his business practices are like his “:governance” , it is surprising that he is still in business. There are signs that all that glitters is not “Trumps Gold” as there appears to be a good amount of “brass” involved. This administration appears to be uncomfortable actually governing and is at odds with it’s own party. The numerous retirements of members of his party in both houses speaks volumes even though one could speculate as to reasons why. Several possibilities could be in the mix, one is disagreement with the administration’s off track betting as it were with Government processes thereby limiting their ability to do their jobs. Another is the prospect of monetary gains from the “tax reform/ cut” now in place (keeping  in mind many members of Congress have become wealthy while in office along with some who were wealthy prior to being elected. This is just my view based on what I have observed and read. There is no 100% sureness in these statements but they are worthy of a thought. It is possible that many more Americans have become decidedly jaded on this administration from top to bottom and are seeking other possibilities when election time arrives this year. The crux of this administration’s activities are tied to the Resident’s self interest based on what the child wants rather than what is needed for the country as a whole. It is upon our shoulders as voters to remember that electing “flawed” candidates for any public office will become more heavy lifting with little to no results. Just observing the ongoing “Jerry Show” of the White House should be a wakeup call for all of us no matter what label you use for yourself. 

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