Trump after judge lifts ban: If something bad happens, blame him and court system

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Blame?! The absolute worst and unhealthiest way of thinking. The problem still exists even if someone else is at fault. Blame gets you nowhere…

  2. The court did not rule against Trump’s law, it just ordered a stay until the law can be adjudicated. Only judges can interpret the law, what happened is a temporary halt to the law until the constitutionality and such can be determined. One would think that the president would understand the role of the judicial branch. If Trump properly vetted his executive order and waited a week or so to initiate such, this all would have been avoided. But Trump’s ego would not allow such to happen.

  3. Trump’s seeming inability to deal with not getting his way and his subsequent temper tantrums don’t exactly bode well for this country.

  4. Thank you Truth Seeker for saying it as it is!

    IMHO We are in big trouble.

    This country was created with checks and balances.

    Our “so called” President, unfortunately, just doesn’t get it.

    Mr. Trump: you are not a King. You must play by the rules. Unfortunately, in your past, you got your way.

    Well, Sir, welcome to our great country. A country of rules. And a country of checks and balances. Mr. President, thank G-d, our founding fathers implemented three branches of government so that you don’t have unlimited power.

    When the judiciary follows in lock step to a F├╝hrer’s wims and wishes, terrible consequences ensue. Or, as you would say: Bad things happen! Not good!

    I would suggest that Mr. Trump familiarize himself with Judgement at Nuremberg.

    Stop, baiting your base with irresponsible tweets. It is a little over two weeks into your presidency and your shtick is getting kind of stale.

    Jared Kushner, where are you?
    Can you please reign in your father in law? For the love of our country and the world.

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