Unhinged man calls into ‘Fox & Friends’ and starts screaming about witchhunts

President Trump Returns to the White House on his helicopter

Every single day this week, my Twitter has been a mess. If it’s not royalty, it’s tennis, and if it’s not tennis, it’s politics. Well, in case you haven’t been on Twitter this morning, everyone in the political world is currently going crazy about Donald Trump’s call-in interview with Fox News’ morning show. Apparently he was just full-on unhinged. Here are some highlighted comments, some of which are “breaking news.”

Trump on Ronny Jackson, the candidate for VA Secretary who is apparently a messy drunk and pill-popper: “These are false accusations. These are false— They’re trying to destroy a man.” Trump blames Jon Tester for bringing out the allegations against Jackson, says Tester should have “a big price to pay.” Trump repeats his argument that “nobody has experience” to run an organization as giant as the VA so it doesn’t matter that Ronny Jackson had basically no experience.

On the fact that he now admits he stayed overnight in Russia: Trump tells Fox & Friends that he stayed overnight in Moscow, contradicting the claim in Comey’s memo: “I went to Russia for a day or so… of course I stayed there.” Trump, very agitated, says he never told Comey he didn’t stay overnight on that Russia trip. “I went to Russia for a day or so. A day or two…Of course I stayed there. I stayed there a very short period of time, but of course I stayed…I never said I left immediately.”

Trump on James Comey: “I did a great thing for the American people by firing him.”

On Michael Cohen: Trump confirms that Michael Cohen represented him on Stormy Daniels: “Michael would represent me, and represent me on some things. He represents me— like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal, he represented me.” Trump says Cohen represented him in a “tiny” amount of legal issues.

Trump on the DOJ: “Our Justice Department, which I try to stay away from, but at some point I won’t.”

On Republicans and African-Americans: If you go back to the Civil War, “it was the Republicans that really did the thing.”

On Melania’s birthday (which is today): Trump tells Fox and Friends that he decided to do an interview with them because it’s Melania’s birthday. Asked what he got her, he pauses and says, “Maybe I didn’t get her so much. I got her a beautiful card.” Trump explains that he got Melania flowers but not another gift because he’s very busy being president.

[Via @KyleGriffin1 and @DDale8, and some of my comments too]

Apparently, Trump was full-on screaming towards the end of the interview about how he was so persecuted and how everything is a “witchhunt” and he doesn’t even want to work with DOJ anymore. My bae Michael Avenatti was on MSNBC concurrently and he was super-interested in Trump’s admission that he knew that Cohen was representing him in the Stormy Daniels matter. Avenatti thanked Fox & Friends for their exclusive. Also: apparently, Fox & Friends shut down the interview!!! They were the ones cutting Trump off because even they know he is completely f–king bonkers and he can’t open his mouth without incriminating himself.

Trump Presents the Congressional Gold Medal to Dole

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  1. mia girl says:

    We are living in giant sh*tstorm in the center of a massive crap tornado that sits inside in gargantuan cat 5 hurricane of excrement.

    I’m honestly not sure how much more we can shovel…

    • Megan says:

      His demand that we believe his lies is so f*cking offensive.

      • Juls says:

        “Trump says Cohen represented him in a “tiny” amount of legal issues.”
        Since the opposite of everything he says is the truth, it meams that Cohen represents him on everything. So it actually makes sense that Trump is one of his only clients. Trump is up to his eyeballs in legal sh!t so Cohen only has the time and resources to deal with this one insane client (and Hannity, also insane).

    • NotSoSocialButterfly says:

      Don’t bother. Just sit back and revel in Hottie Hottie Avenatti’s triple -down prediction that he doesn’t complete this term (resignation or impeachment).

    • boredblond says:

      ‘There must be a pony..’..we hope..

    • Lahdidahbaby says:


    • Emily says:

      I always appreciate a poop metaphor and yours is spectacular.

    • lucy2 says:

      I believe that is referred to as a “poop-nado”, according to Leslie Knope.

    • AideVee says:

      Yes, this.
      The worst bit though? He hasn’t given Melania anything for her birthday except a shitty card. I’m no Melania fan, but even Birther Fembots deserve at least something to open. This must be the deepest end of the deepest trough now, yes?

      • Chrissy says:

        Oh, he probably gifted her with another picture of himself to join all the others.

      • imqrious2 says:

        He means his assistant got her a card and flowers. You know he didn’t give her a second thought until someone TOLD him it was her birthday.

      • Veronica S. says:

        In fairness, it’s probably in their original marriage contract that she’s not to acknowledge her age past 40.

  2. Christin says:

    Comey’s live town hall last night, plus Avenhottie on TV last night and this morning must have put him over the edge. I actually think Avenhottie is the one who could cause a complete unraveling.

    Forget an interview with Bobby Three Sticks — let Avenhottie talk to him.

  3. Nicole says:

    loll we are never pulling out of this

  4. Rapunzel says:

    “If you go back to the Civil War, “it was the Republicans that really did the thing.” “- OMG, he’s so inarticulate.

    He keeps destroying himself. I’m convinced now, completely convinced, that he will not quietly leave the WH or quietly accept prision time. I’m certain he will do something insane like shoot people.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      He has no clue about early politics …history. Parties and platforms were reversed. He doesn’t know what he’s saying.

      • bros says:

        I know, I frequently hear ignorant trumptards parroting this line with absolutely no understanding of american history, when the parties were reverse images of themselves and the republicans were what is now the democratic party and vice versa. terrible schooling, no historical civics lessons, just idiots pretending it was the republicans, as in the MODERN DAY republicans that fought against slavery. Idiots.

      • Hazel says:

        Yeah, no understanding of politics, no understanding of history. Ick.

    • Anastasia says:

      Yeah that made me roll my eyes pretty hard. You mean the Republicans who became the modern-day Democrats, you orange turd? Geez.

    • M.A.F. says:

      He won’t serve prison time, regardless of what happens, he won’t end up in jail.

      • Shark Bait says:

        Hand to God, at this point I think not only will he not go to jail, he will be elected to a second term. I’d LOVE to be wrong, but I’m not optimistic anymore.

    • Donner says:

      The stable genius has all the best words.

  5. adastraperaspera says:

    OMG. I have never seen the FOX bots at such a loss. Even they don’t believe a word he is saying.

    • imqrious2 says:

      Not only this, but it’s come out he is calling from an unsecured phone! He has at least TWO OTHER UNSECURE cell phones that he uses because Kelly monitors the “official” secure phone. So God knows what else he is saying, and TO WHOM, on these unsecured lines!

      And he has the nerve still still call out Hillary for an “unsecured server”??

      W. T. F. ??????

    • minx says:

      I also loved that he s he called into F & F

    • minx says:

      I also loved that he called into F & F because it was Melania’s birthday! And when they asked him what he got her: uuuhhhh…..durrr……a “beautiful card.” But he was “too busy” to get her a present. 🤪🤪🤪🤪

  6. Megan says:

    Since no one is qualified to lead the VA, let’s go ahead and nominate my kitten, PJ Buttercup, because she is so adorable all of her press coverage will be positive.

    • Kitten says:

      I’m throwing my cat Pickles into the ring.

      Because no one sleeps and eats better than he does and surely, his expert loaf form would qualify him to head Veteran’s Affairs.
      And did I mention that he has a very thick coat?

      • Megan says:

        Is it the most beautiful coat anyone has ever seen on a cat? Are his naps YUGH! Does he eat better than any cat has ever eaten? Are his yawns bigly?

      • Clare says:

        Canines George and Sebastian ***** (last named redacted lols) would like to be considered for Director of CIA and Sec of State pliz.

      • Christin says:

        Cats for the win!

        My sweet Lab was a huge eater, too. He passed this morning, just shy of his 13th birthday. He ate breakfast and then peacefully left to join his buddies. I’ve lost my big eater cat Ringo (he was 19 pounds at one point) and now my food-obsessed doggie within a six-week span.

        Watching all this play out reminds me how great pets are in our lives. They trust and love us unconditionally.

      • Megan says:

        @Christin sorry for the loss of your fur babies. It’s so hard when they go. They bring us so much joy.

      • Snowflake says:

        You guys….. It’s all about the look. If your pet is a male, he can be old, fat and missing hair. But if it is a female, she has to be thin, pretty, blonde and preferably a fake rack. And white of course. Extensions and wigs allowed. Must be willing to be grabbed by the p!

        Christin, sorry for your loss

      • Christin says:

        Thank you, @Megan and @Snowflake. They really do bring a sense of joy and peace during otherwise concerning times we’re all facing. Give them food, shelter and hugs, and they are happy campers.

        @Snowflake, you remind me why I am glad Zero has zero pets. Can you imagine?

      • lucy2 says:

        I’m so sorry, Christin. 🙁

      • whatWHAT? says:

        oh, Christin, I’m so sorry you lost your fur-baby this AM.

        pets are the best.

      • Kitten says:

        Oh no Christin that is horrible! So sorry for you loss 🙁
        Sounds like you gave your babies long and food-filled lives ♥

      • Asiyah says:


        I am so sorry for your loss 🙁

    • Maria F. says:

      so sorry to hear that Christin.

    • Green_eyes says:

      Throwing my lil tuxedo baby Love Bug in the ring as Healing in Chief for the VA. He is covered in black hearts from his nose to the tip of his tail.. his head to the bottom of his paws & all in between. Between his hearts, his laid back persona (loves meditating in the bathroom.. he walks on his hind legs & opens doors /closes them w/ his paws as hands. He goes in the bathroom closes the door for solitude & opens it and walks out when he’s ready to join the rest of us. He loves to kiss, snuggle, & he is quick w/ kitty retorts when spoken to.. I have had many furbabes & love them all. But, this lil guy is special. He even sits up like a Buddha, not a cat. So I nominate Dr. Love Bug.. the best medicine there is and he will zen master the enter VA into shape. Bahahahaha!!

      • Green_eyes says:

        Lol I forgot to mention above our lil Dr Love Bug hates Trump? He will Getön front of the TV, stand on his hind legs (or his Budda sit) and literally start hitting Trump on the TV. Lol!

    • Asiyah says:

      I nominate your cat!

      Everyone, if you haven’t already done so, please check out this IG page for cats with a piano twist:


    • Sarah says:

      @Christin, I’m so sorry for the loss of your furbabies. That is so hard. Comforting thoughts to you!

      • Christin says:

        Thanks to all. My furbabies have helped me during these times. They sense our sadness or worry, so they force me to disconnect from the worries of our current world.

        And our pets really are more instinctive and qualified than many of our leaders!

  7. PunkyMomma says:

    Cheeto was totally offf his meds this morning. Mmmmichael Avenatti looked like the the cat that swallowed the canary, listening to Cheeto.

    Even talking heads at Fox could not hide their disbelief with Cheeto Mussolini this morning—

    All this leads me to conclude:

    1) Pruitt will be out by tomorrow night

    2) Cheeto will NEVER talk with Mueller

    3) Cheeto will take the Fifth

    BTW — Mmmmichael Avenatti made a subtle but really important point this morning. He said in court, Michael Cohen stated that Cohen’s three clients are/were Trump, Hannity and the Trump Organization. Cohen did not mention representing the fund raiser who forked over the 1.5M settlement to a woman the fund raiser supposedly had an affair with and impregnated. Avenatti gave a very slight “heads up” — there’s more to come on this story, too.

    • Natalie S says:

      I wonder if Pruitt will try to take all of his weird security stuff with him. That is a paranoid man.

    • Megan says:

      Giuliani was brought in to create the false pretense that Mueller won’t treat Trump fairly, ergo, Trump will refuse to meet with Mueller and then plead the fifth when he is subpoenaed. It is unknown if Mueller thinks a sitting president can be indicted. Let’s all hope and pray he does.

    • LB says:

      “Mmmmichael Avenatti” – I love this!

  8. NoShame says:

    The more he talks the more guilty he looks. Just keep incriminating yourself Moscow Donnie.

  9. Swack says:

    Could someone explain this word salad to me: On Republicans and African-Americans: If you go back to the Civil War, “it was the Republicans that really did the thing.”

    Also, if Jackson is innocent of all the accusations why doesn’t he stay and prove his innocence. I’m surprised Trump hasn’t tweeted about Macron’s speech yesterday.

    • Kitty says:

      What did he mean by that anyway? The republicans did the thing…what thing? Lol

      • FLORC says:

        You know. The thing. The thing they did. That thing.
        Yea, it got me too. This is madness

      • Miss Melissa says:

        Why, freeing the slaves, of course! Which means 45 couldn’t possibly be racist, because he is a Republican and his party freed the slaves!


        Koo koo kachoo!

      • ol cranky says:

        Lincoln was a Republican therefor, according to the GOP, it’s the current day Democrats who are racists and hurt POC. It, conveniently, ignores an awful lot of history

    • Becks says:

      He’s used that one before. It’s his way of proving that Republicans aren’t racist because they freed the slaves.

      (never mind that there are plenty of racists in both political parties.)

      • Megan says:

        That is a classic Republican talking point to make themselves feel less bad about their racism. Remember in 2000 when W brought up the Dixiecrats to suggest the Republicans were the party of civil rights.?

    • Veronica S. says:

      The argument goes that the Republican party is the real party of African Americans because Abraham Lincoln was himself a Republican, and Democrats – particularly Southern democrats like Andrew Jackson – fought the hardest against desegregation in the years following the end of the Civil War. And traditionally, black voters did support the Republican party up until the 20th century. The social programs initiated under FDR and subsequently the Civil Rights Act of 1964 signed under Johnson were the major turning points for minority voters in terms of their party loyalty.

      Of course, the argument ignores the fact that significant political shifts have occurred within the parties in the past two hundred years, and that the Republican party of today bears almost no relation to the one that Lincoln headed. Plus, you know, it likes to skim over the fact that Lincoln was absolutely a white supremacist who did not support equal rights for black Americans except for where it politically suited the Union.

      • M.A.F. says:

        That is the thing that truly pisses me off about our politics. Both parties flip flop on their platforms starting in the 60’s, hell maybe a little sooner. The GOP cannot claim they are the party of Lincoln nor the party of Reagan. And who knows what the Democratic party is now but the GOP has got to stop pointing this out because it doesn’t earn them any points.

      • Shark Bait says:

        They like to ignore the Southern Strategy. Any time someone says the Democrats are the party of the KKK, that person is usually a moron.

    • Christin says:

      When you have to go back 153 years (or almost two times “four score seven”) to try and make a point, that’s really digging.

  10. Natalie S says:

    Aggression and bullshit will only get you so far. Hopefully, Trump has peter-principled himself into a prison sentence.

    I like that the Fox and Friends look perturbed.

  11. minx says:

    Unhinged is right. You know he’s bad when the F & F idiots look mortified.

  12. Neelyo says:

    Oh my god, that clip from Fox and Friends…. It was like when a shut-in calls in to the Home Shopping Network.

    And this is our f*cking president.

  13. lucy2 says:

    Trump on James Comey: “I did a great thing for the American people by firing him.”
    Well, that led to Mueller and this whole investigation, so…sure, I’ll give him that one.

    Can you imagine considering having someone pay off the porn star you had an affair with so it doesn’t come out during your run for POTUS a “tiny” legal matter?!?!

  14. Beth says:

    Can’t wait to see how Suckabee handles this! Can’t blame this meltdown on CNN or the Democrats, but she’ll try

  15. FLORC says:

    Yea I missed this. And most of the links are not working. I’d laugh at his ranting if I wasn’t so stunned this is a sitting POTUS screaming on a daytime pundit show like the lunatic that gets their nickname cut off.

    Side comment.. my area was crawling with FBI and troopers from a cop shooting/fatality yesterday. And of course there’s a strong trump supporting link and insane justification. The longer he stays in power the worse this country becomes.

    • Kitten says:

      Are you in Maine?

      • FLORC says:

        Yes I am. I’m florcalex on Twitter. I’ll answer more there if you have questions. Also, some tweets from yesterday got deleted. Location and situation I cant find on Twitter anymore. Yesterday was chaos.

    • notasugarhere says:

      FLORC I think your nursing experience and credentials could help you move to Canada or Australia if the madness gets to be too much. Australia especially is looking at a big shortfall in qualified nurses. The UK is also losing nurses (EU citizens fleeing the UK), but moving to the UK in the era of Brexit isn’t appealing.

      • FLORC says:

        I’m still a citizen of USA and Greece. I could move. I travel a lot. My stance on this is it’s easy to live in the majority. And change doesn’t come that way. But like kitten I’ll carry over longer view points to not thread jack.
        And nurses get paid poorly. If a place is losing them it’s for a reason.

  16. Nanny to the rescue says:

    Fox and friends sounds like a kid’s show, heh.

    And Trump’s an ass.

    • lucy2 says:

      Children’s shows are smarter and have more value. But yes, it does sound like a cartoon fox and his forest friends.

  17. Lila says:

    Wow he had Epic meltdown. I heard this one. Usually I don’t watch morning tv, especially Fox.
    He was all over the place. Couldn’t focus on one lie before he was spitting out another. Like this one,” I love the FBI and the FBI loves me.” Ivanka get him help.

  18. Tania says:

    I clicked on the heading because my first comment was going to be, “My father-in-law called into Fox & Friends?” because it would have been funny. Reading that the unhinged man was actually drumpf himself is funny but also sad.

  19. Beth says:

    His staff must panic everytime he picks up his phone. All of his unhinged, shoot from the hip tweets and interviews leave nothing but a disaster for them to scramble to fix as the world laughs their asses off. Aven-HOTTIE is on CNN now!

  20. Teebee says:

    This is the President of the United States??? Really. Come on. How can ANYONE, regardless of political leanings, accept this behaviour?

    Trump is so stupid and obtuse he has no idea that HE is the sole reason for his terrible reputation. Words do not disappear into the ether. Actions are recorded, parsed, stored and regurgitated like clockwork. Less than 2 years into his joke of a presidency, he hasn’t had a single day of peace, praise or success. I love the fact that every move, every gesture (his needling fingers searching for purchase in the desert of his wife’s palm), every phrase is reported on and then tweeted, then shared, then retweeted. A hellfire of an echo chamber for a man who is so used to the mantra that no press is bad press. Who needs preening and fawning like humans need air.

    I used to think Trump would eventually quit. Out of sheer pique. Ranting and raving the whole time about how ungrateful people are, how they didn’t recognize his genius and hardwork, that the US doesn’t deserve him, good riddance and FU! Now , sadly I think he won’t leave without a fight. Ranting to the sky, until he’s dragged out, possibly on a stretcher, in a straitjacket.

    Either way, sad chapter in US political history. We will all need a very long time of serious soul searching to make peace with this travesty and tragedy of a man.

    • DP says:

      I’m truly afraid he’ll start a nuclear war before actually stepping down or being forced out. He puts his ego before anything else.

      • Sunny says:

        The “funny thing” he has now a pretty wide choice of nuclear countries to start a nuclear war with:

        -China (he already entered in trade war with them and messes around Taiwan and Chinese already hinted he needs to STFU)
        – Russia (obviously)
        – North Korea (NK has now nukes and will keep them of course, the rest is for the show)
        – Pakistan (possible, US and Pakistan’s relations are detoriating quite fast)
        – Iran (a dark horse, it seems they already have nukes, but still don’t have means to deliver them, e.g. missels).

      • AnneC says:

        Hoping that everyone in the military chain of command that controls nuclear weapons has been told to not obey any orders just coming from the unhinged POTUS. I don’t like Kelly but hoping he is at least keeping the country safe from launching a weapon.

    • Betsy says:

      No, “we” will not all need soul searching. I vote every election for which I am eligible. I didn’t vote for Donald. I’ve never voted for a Republican in my life and after their traitorous behavior I never will. I don’t like bomb-throwing. I value education. I am trying to bring up my children to be thoughtful, intelligent people who own their mistakes and lives. I don’t watch reality tv and this site is as close as I get to a “guilty pleasure.” There needs to be a lot of soul searching, but not all of us – and I’d say most of us – do not need to search ourselves. I’ve made a mess of a lot in my life, but this area is not one of them.

    • Chrissy says:

      I’m afraid he’ll call on his base to take to the streets with their guns to protest him being dragged, kicking and screaming, out of the WH. In an orange jumpsuit or straitjacket. I wouldn’t put it past him.

  21. DP says:

    I hear an unhinged, narcissistic maniac, but somehow his supporters still think he’s just telling it like it is?!?!
    How do they support someone who behaves in this way?

  22. Jordan says:

    -What makes you think she’s a witch?
    – She turned me into a newt!
    – A newt?
    – I got better.

    Burn the witch! Sorry, witch hunt got my mind on Monty Python. Which is the only thing that can make this situation even remotely laughable.

    – So, logically–
    – If she weighs the same as a duck…
    – she’s made of wood.
    – And therefore?
    – A witch!

    I’ll see myself out.

  23. Darla says:

    OMG. I slept through this. I guess I made a mistake waking up.

  24. TheOtherOne says:

    Avenatti is already planning to use these statements against Donnie. Avenatti is truly the gift we do not deserve.

    • imqrious2 says:

      The majority of us, that did not vote this sh!tstain in do… the rest, they should be sent swirling down the bowl with their Turd in Charge.

  25. Digital Unicorn says:

    OMG, this was so mortifying even the hosts were mortified. He sounded high on his own stink, probably is. He’s clearly believes his own lies and given that there is no one for him to let off steam to he’s turning to his ‘friends’ at ‘Fox & Friends’ for validation and attention.

    Little Donnie Two Scoops has no friends in the big white house, no one will talk to or play with him. Wonder what will happen to distract from this or should i say who will get fired.

  26. Indiana Joanna says:

    He is so scummy, so evil, so corrupt and unbelievably stupid in that he constantly tells us he is all of these things.

    In contrast, Mueller and his team are navigating their investigation with the utmost integrity and painstaking inquiry.

  27. smcollins says:

    I don’t even know what to think or say anymore. We have a complete lunatic, who’s a total moron to boot, running this country into the ground. 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

  28. Q T Hush says:

    Get Emperor Zero some Kaopectate(sp?), he’s got diarrhea of the mouth. Gag ball optional.
    I keep wondering how us baby boomers,who fought to have an independent voice from our parents, ended up with this idiot as president. EZ is a boomer,but never part of the 60’s rebellion yet here he is representing “the best and the brightest” of our generation. Please Mr. Mueller come to our rescue ASAP. We may have different opinions about Vietnam, but I’m sure we concur on the current state of leadership in our country. The times they are (needing) a changing.

  29. Eric says:

    Emperor Zero reminds me of Paul Blart, except Blart was an exceptionally good guy deep down, better looking, smarter, and more classy.


    Can’t wait for the parades and rock concerts planned for when EZ is put to rest. Someone needs to commission statues of Michael Avenatti and Robert Mueller III holding the heads of their victims a la David and Goliath.

  30. Eric says:

    Fed prosecutors in SDNY are using Emperor Zero’s admission on F & F as proof they can expedite the disclosure of seized docs/transmissions from Cohen because, as EZ says, Cohen only represented me on a tiny bit of legal matters.

    What a fu@$ing moron!

    It’s going to be a full Cohenoscopy!!!

  31. Digital Unicorn says:

    The Orange Sh!t Stain has just been confirmed to visit the UK on Friday 13th July where he’ll also be visiting TQ. Am sure he will offend her or try to publicly demean her in some way, cause you know he has to always be the ‘big sh!t’ around.

  32. tw says:

    For once I agree with this $hit-for-brains vulgarian. He did do the American people a favor when he fired Comey, and when he subsequently admitted he did it to obstruct the investigation. 2 birds with one stone as they say.

  33. tw says:

    Remember how Obama used to breathe, pause and choose his words carefully? How his mastery of the English language allowed him to articulate complex ideas so eloquently? How his words emanated from the depths of his empathy and compassion? Those were the days.

  34. hogtowngooner says:

    “He represents me— like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal, he represented me”

    I know he was on Fox, but it’s insane to me that this was passed over. Trump insisted he’s never slept with Stormy Daniels, yet here he is admitting his lawyer represented him in the deal. If there were no relations, why would there need to be a lawyer or a settlement involved.

    Probably the most infuriating part of Trump and his presidency is how he’s just able to lie and grift so shamelessly. He just skates by every. single. time. He just never faces consequences for ANYTHING because the system is set up for him to win. It emboldens him to act any way he wants. Facts or truth are abstract concepts to him and his idiot red-hats.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I am hoping that, instead of suffering consequences along the way, that the consequences of his decades of criminal activity will come raining down on him all at once when this is all said and done. He’s avoided responsibility for so many, many crimes for so very long.

  35. Stacey says:

    COMPLETELY unhinged on this phone call

  36. Stacey says:

    If James Comey is a “LEAKER” because he feels compelled to share with Americans what an IMMORAL LIAR our president elect is in order to SAVE OUR DEMOCRACY then i’m fine with it

    leak ON

  37. ChillyWilly says:

    JFC, he is so batshit. God help us all.

  38. PunkyMomma says:

    Avenatti Alert!

    He’s on right now with Ari Melber.

  39. Brittany says:

    Seriously you guys! Trump doesn’t have to be deposed or have an interview with Mueller. He just needs to call Fox and Friends and talk his way into criminal charged and impeachment.

  40. Jules says:

    He’s a raving lunatic! What a disgrace. I hope his supporters wake up and see what a creepy, crazy liar he is.

  41. Jayna says:

    We finally sat down tonight to watch most of the interview. WOW!!! I thought “unhinged” being written all over the internet was probably an exaggeration. Hell, no, it wasn’t. And those Fox & Friends hosts’ faces, that was comedy gold.

    He’s still harping on the election and the popular vote? Bizarre, just bizarre.

  42. Deeanna says:

    Oh. my. god. The 30 minute Trumprant (see it in full on youtube) was outstanding, hilarious, and oh so valuable. It had it all. All of his words. All of his thoughts. All of his self-aggrandizement, all of his boasting, all of his twisted facts, his false facts, his doesn’t he just wish facts. Repetitions, repetitions. Michael Cohen has businesses. Michael Cohen has businesses. He’s a business man. He has businesses. I don’t know what his business is. But he’s got businesses.

    The looks on the three faces of the Fox hosts was absolutely priceless. And then they actually had to cut him off! Unbelievable!

    I hope Trump calls in again totmorrow.

    Oh, and I have a goldfish who would like to run Housing & Human Development. He thinks it will get him a bigger fish bowl.

  43. Lisa says:

    A former prof of mine has had a long career in U.S politics and has a knack for predicting events. He would occasionally drop into the lecture something about when he worked for the Clinton administration, or what happened when he was in Russia in the 90s, that kind of thing. (He’s American born but lives in Canada.)

    He’s wildly intelligent for real, not in the I Am Very Smart Butt Trumpet way, and he said in a recent interview that he’d be loath to accept a work offer from the White House now. He also said that based on Trump’s speech patterns and weird behaviour, he believes he is in the early stages of frontotemporal dementia. If anyone would know, it’d be him. I wonder what he thought of this!

  44. Shannon says:

    That was so incredibly awkward to watch. I mean, even the anchors on FOX & FRIENDS had looks on their faces like, “WTF.” The chick actually looked kind of sad, like she just learned Santa Clause isn’t real.