Wow.Reporter: Do you regret any of your comments about George H.W. Bush or the Bush family?— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 1, 2018
President Trump: "Thank you very much everybody." pic.twitter.com/TTJ5Q3CkRB
Mr. Trump looks for people who share his disregard for the truth and are willing to parrot him, “even if it’s a lie, even if they know it’s a lie, and even if he said the opposite the day before,” said Gwenda Blair, a Trump biographer. They must be “loyal to what he is saying right now,” she said, or he sees them as “a traitor.”
Campaign aides often echoed Mr. Trump’s pronouncements knowing they were false. People joined the top levels of his administration with the realization that they would be expected to embrace what Mr. Trump said, no matter how far from the truth or how much their reputations suffered.
Interestingly, this article includes an ad inviting readers to "explore the issues from both sides of the aisle." What does this issue look like from the other side of the aisle, I wonder?