When the late Don Drysdale was throwing fastballs for the Los Angeles Dodgers he would say, if the other team’s pitcher threw at the heads of LA Dodger batters, he would throw at the heads of two of the other team’s batters.
Fast forward to today’s political Don Drysdale, who happens to be sitting in the Oval Office in Washington DC.
For every attack against Donald Trump, the President is Twittering back.
News media, get used to it, you aren’t beyond The Donald’s sharp tongue.
When the news media aired doctored photos of his inauguration and said only 250,000 attended, he fired back. [Daily Mail] The White House press secretary Sean Spicer launched a complaint directly to the nation’s press corps at the Capitol and one could hear reporters shouting at him as he left the podium. [Daily Mail] Unreal!
When a Time Magazine reporter Twittered that the bust of Martin Luther King had been removed from the White House, Donald Trump fired back at this erroneous bit of misinformation. [Daily Mail]
Of course, the US has never seen such a backlash after a Presidential election like this. Rallies against Trump were conducted in cities across the US. [Daily Mail]Who is organizing these protests?
These oppositional rallies simply say they don’t like the man. They are not issue-oriented.
Frankly, The Pope sounded jealous over Mr. Trump’s inauguration as he warned against seeking a savior in times of crisis. [Daily Mail] Maybe the Pope ought to start Twittering.
And yet another unprecedented feud broke out between former CIA director John Brennan, who released the following statement: “Brennan is deeply saddened and angered at Donald Trump’s despicable display of self-aggrandizement in front of CIA’s Memorial Wall of Agency heroes. Brennan…