Tip No. 1: Keep your day job. It doesn’t pay to get too comfortable.
The president was practicing leadership as only he knows how; Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi just happened to be there.
Qualfications needed: loyalty, patience and an ability to think like the president. A firm grasp of spelling and grammar is quite optional.
Michael Cohen’s admissions reaffirm Trump’s disturbing pattern.
What made him a great leader are the very traits that, by their absence, make Trump so woefully inadequate.
But with enough formaldehyde, much is possible.
He’s quite the busy man, isn’t he?
Choosing the best person right now to take on Trump can make one’s brain hurt.
And the president says his gut thinks better than some brains.
I like to say that I’m my own harshest critic. But that is not true.