Just like during the 2016 Presidential campaign, Donald Trump has again attacked a politician based on something he is guilty of himself. This familiar tactic is no longer working. As we can see in the polling data: 70% of Americans do not believe what is being said by the White House. While this is extremely disturbing in of itself, the biggest problem with Trump is he doesn’t lead, he attacks and responds to every little slight. Leadership doesn’t work that way. Let’s list the number of times he’s lied and defrauded his own supporters.
We’re going to drain the swamp.
Mexico will pay for the wall.
Im going to get rid of Obamacare very quickly.
I’ve got a secret plan to defeat ISIS.
Lock her up!
Eliminate the Common Core.
I won’t be taking vacations.
Bring back water boarding.
Enact term limits.
Make no cuts to Medicaid.
Make no cuts to social security.
The list goes on and on and on. Now I live in Connecticut. I remember when Richard Blumenthal was Connecticut’s Attorney General. He kept his promises and fought for the working people of Connecticut just like he’s doing as a US Senator. Trump fools no one with these attacks and deflections. I applaud Senator Blumenthal for staying focused.