This is how you write about what's going on in the White House right now:
Some Rs have gotten it in the president's head that Pence could do a lot to sway things during the ratification of the race in congress, something that isn't realistically possible https://t.co/3Zk2jaYbqG— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) December 23, 2020
With four weeks left in President Trump’s term, he is at perhaps his most unleashed — and, as events of the last few days have demonstrated, at the most unpredictable point in his presidency.He remains the most powerful person in the world, yet he is focused on the one area in which he is powerless to get what he wants: a way to avoid leaving office as a loser.
The interesting part, to me, is that Trump is revealing himself as the sad loser he has always been and always been afraid of. The man is literally afraid of himself. And even Maggie Haberman, the star White House reporter of the august New York Times, has seen enough:
Donald Trump as Heath Ledger's Joker? For Ms. Haberman's Twitter feed, that's downright outrageous.
Some men just want to watch the world burn. https://t.co/3Zk2jaYbqG— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) December 23, 2020