His pronouncement on trade tariffs and whether Trump may change his mind:
“Whatever his final decision is, is what will happen. What he has said he has said; if he says something different, it’ll be something different.”
Glad we got that cleared up…
…when men were men and women didn’t mind being smacked around.
Melania, take note.
From the Washington Post:
Yet when you brag about speaking directly to the American people, you surrender the talking point in which you denounce the media for how it portrays you. In a press gaggle on Wednesday afternoon, Trump declared, “I think the press makes me more uncivil than I am. People don’t understand: I went to an Ivy League college, I was a nice student, I did very well. I’m a very intelligent person. The fact is I think, I really believe, I think the press creates a different image of Donald Trump than the real person.”
“Projectile Dysfunction,” perhaps?
CNN reported Wednesday that Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak is considered by US intelligence to be one of Russia’s top spies and spy-recruiters in Washington, citing current and former senior US government officials.But asked by CNN’s team in Moscow about the report, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova insisted Kislyak was “a well-known, world-class diplomat.”She added, “He was deputy minister of foreign affairs in Russia, who has communicated with American colleagues for decades in different fields, and CNN accused him of being a Russian spy … of recruiting? Oh my God!”
After a Senate confirmation battle that came down to a tie-breaking vote from the Vice President, Betsy DeVos stood up in front of her new team for the first time since being sworn in.
“For me personally, this confirmation process and the drama … has been a bear,” she said.