Donald Trump Has Attacked 430 Targets On Twitter Since He Announced For President, But NOT Vladimir Putin, Stormy Daniels, Nor Rachel Maddow!

By several estimates, subject to some re-evaluation by major news sources, President Donald Trump has attacked about 430 targets on Twitter since he announced for President in June 2015.

News media sources;
the judiciary;
Republican leaders and members of the party in Congress;
Democratic leaders and members of the party in Congress;
state governors;
every one of his Republican opponents in 2016;
every Democratic opponent in 2016;
sports figures;
Hollywood film and music personalities;
intellectuals and professors;
conservative critics;
women who accuse Trump of sexual harassment;
African Americans;
leaders of foreign nations;
intelligence agencies;
national security agencies;
international organizations;
cabinet and other Trump Administration participants past and present;
and on and on and on!

Who has he NOT attacked? The list is quite brief: Vladimir Putin of Russia and some other authoritarian leaders around the world, Stormy Daniels, and get this, Rachel Maddow of MNSBC!

It is clear Stormy Daniels has some evidence on Trump, that makes him afraid to attack her, although her lawyer has been under attack by people around Trump.

Rachel Maddow? Weird, but true, and totally unexplained at this point!

17 comments on “Donald Trump Has Attacked 430 Targets On Twitter Since He Announced For President, But NOT Vladimir Putin, Stormy Daniels, Nor Rachel Maddow!

  1. Princess Leia April 2, 2018 5:34 pm

    The web site Deadspin released a video of news anchors who work for stations owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group all reading a promo about fake news that is similar to lines used by Trump. It’s very Orwellian.

  2. Ronald April 2, 2018 5:51 pm

    Yes, Princess Leia, it is disgraceful, similar to the old PRAVDA in the Soviet Union, the promotion of propaganda, mind control, brain washing! 🙁

  3. Southern Liberal April 2, 2018 6:08 pm

    Re: Not attacking Rachel

    Probably because he’s too busy watching Hannity at that timeslot.

  4. Ronald April 2, 2018 6:25 pm

    That may be the answer, Southern Liberal!

  5. Former Republican April 2, 2018 10:05 pm

    Trump brags to kids at Easter egg roll about military funding. Rabbit and Melania look on dumbfounded. LOL!

  6. Princess Leia April 2, 2018 10:09 pm

    Trump can’t even get a non-partisan event correct! The poor 4 year-olds who waited in the cold, who appeared to be thinking wtf while he ranted about Dems letting down DACA, all while the Dow was diving 500 points. The pictures of the Obamas playing with children and reading “Where the Wild Things Are” are so much more likable.

  7. Ronald April 2, 2018 10:21 pm

    The Obamas look more classy and dignified every day, and they already looked so before Trump came along.

    We really miss the 44th President, but he will be well regarded in history, 12th on the C Span Historian Survey and 8th on the Political Scientist survey!

  8. Pragmatic Progressive April 3, 2018 11:49 am

    This week, Trump is busy attacking:

    1)Immigrants, falsely claiming that caravans of people are coming

    2)Amazon, falsely claiming that they are hurting the post office

  9. Ronald April 3, 2018 11:53 am

    Trump is totally off the rails, crazier than ever!

    Imagine, Pragmatic Progressive, if Obama had conducted himself this way!

  10. Princess Leia April 3, 2018 5:19 pm

    Here’s the info regarding Trump and the caravan.

    Last night and this morning Trump continued his rage tweets about the so-called “caravan” of migrants traveling across Mexico.

    Even if you assume that he knows what he’s talking about, he contradicts himself by claiming that Mexico has tougher immigration laws than we do at the same time that he threatens to pull out of NAFTA if Mexico doesn’t do something to stop these migrants.

    But the truth is that, according to the Washington Post, Trump’s ignorance about what is going on is even worse than we thought. Here are some things he doesn’t seem to know:

    “The Mexican government on Monday evening moved to break up the caravan of migrants moving through southern Mexico”
    This is an “annual caravan intended to raise awareness about the plight of people making the dangerous trek across Mexico toward the United States”
    “Mexico deported 16,278 people during the first two months of 2018; 97 percent of them were Central Americans, according to the Washington Office on Latin America, a human rights group.”
    “Mexico increased its immigration enforcement in 2014, when it enacted a “Southern Border Plan” in response to a flood of unaccompanied Central American children who were transiting the country and arriving in the United States.

    While Trump is rage tweeting, this is happening:

    On Monday, Mexico’s interior minister, Alfonso Navarrete, said he and U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen had spoken. “We agreed to analyze the best ways to attend to the flows of migrants in accordance with the laws of each country,” Navarrete tweeted.

    As I mentioned yesterday, all of this seems to have been sparked by a segment on Fox and Friends the president watched on Sunday morning. It should not be lost on anyone that he was at Mar-a-Lago for the weekend unaccompanied by many of his staff except Stephen Miller, the aide who has been at the forefront of Trump’s xenophobic immigration policies.

    As the White House heralded the “four pillars” they required for any DACA fix, most of the attention was focused on their attempts to end the diversity visa lottery and family-based visas. What was not as widely reported were the changes they sought to U.S. policy on asylum seekers, which would include many of those traveling in the caravan. Here are some of the items included in their proposal:

    * Significantly tighten standards and eliminate loopholes in our asylum system.
    * Elevate the threshold standard of proof in credible fear interviews.
    * Impose and enforce penalties for the filing of frivolous, baseless, or fraudulent asylum applications, and expand the use of expedited removal as appropriate.
    * Ensure only appropriate use of parole authority for aliens with credible fear or asylum claims, to deter meritless claims and ensure the swift removal of those whose claims are denied.

    When Trump tweets about how we need to change our weak border laws, this is the kind of thing he has in mind. They want to severely restrict the ability of migrants to claim and prove the need for asylum, which is what David Leopold told Greg Sargent yesterday.

    “He’s saying that is a bad border law — that the legal way for them to enter temporarily should be ended,” Leopold tells me. “He’s saying that in order to have effective border laws, we need to cut out the asylum process. That’s a radical shift.”

    It is a radical shift that happens to be a significant part of Stephen Miller’s white nationalist agenda. That explains why the president has been rage tweeting for three days now about a hyped up story on Fox and Friends.

  11. Ronald April 3, 2018 5:27 pm

    Thanks, Princess Leia, for this, more evidence of the evil influence of Stephen Miller, and of Fox News Channel, on Donald Trump! 🙁

  12. Pragmatic Progressive April 6, 2018 7:11 pm

    For heavens sake, this is no way to run a country.

    Trump’s aides sometimes plot to have guests make points on Fox that they have been unable to get the president to agree to in person. “He will listen more when it is on TV,” a senior administration official said.

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