The President lives in an absolute fantasy land where anything that impinges upon his comfort at all is someone else's fault through a complex series of events of negligence and ignoranc which always remarkably resemble his own failings. Of which he has none, you could ask him! But everybody else? Oy, the world, how does it keep from spinning off into space? He's not sure, but he's sure it's because they don't do whatever he would do; or not do, since all he knows is what other people shouldn't be doing, they should be like him, he's so perfect he thought he made a mistake once, but he was wrong.
"They have this massive valve up north & as the water comes pouring down from the snow - all beautiful, nice, clean water - they send it out. Because there's a tiny little fish that they're trying to save, that's doing very poorly by the way. I think it's a smelt." -Trump on Cali pic.twitter.com/suh9pEmp4G— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 21, 2020
Yeah, probably. Sure, why not? Makes as much sense as what he said.
Has the president been meeting with rulers from...— Jonah Blank (@JonahBlank) September 21, 2020
...Lord of the Rings? https://t.co/U7cWTQ0YQ1
What experience? The guy runs a company that sells his name as a brand, and even that's not doing well anymore. He had a middling TV show that allowed him to pretend he was important, but was as fake as the news he claims is fake (probably why he always says that). He's a walking example of a sociopath, probably the best you'll ever encounter. What experience does he have with forest management or water resources? Trump probably doesn't even understand how plumbing works.
After Trump goes on an absolutely lunatic rant about water management, Levin tells him, "you're not an ideologue. It's common sense, from your own experience."— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 21, 2020
Irony is dead. pic.twitter.com/QUSNzvetZq