- Sep 25, 2001
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- But presidents don't get credit for pledging a "smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power" after encouraging their mobs to punish another branch of government and doing everything possible to destabilize the nascent administrations of their successors.
- They can't get away with lurching into an "address on national healing," as the White House called his remarks, after spending two months subverting democracy by denying their election losses and spending four years shredding truth and inflaming cultural and racial divides for political gain.
-There is also little doubt that Trump's video message was a desperate attempt to salvage his fast-declining political position after a disastrous day filled with outrage about his conduct and growing concerns about whether he is psychologically fit for office.
- '"He's a very, very flawed human being," Trump's former Chief of Staff John Kelly told Tapper, after days in which the President's demagoguery, autocratic instincts, lack of compassion, assaults on truth and vanity have driven the nation to a breaking point.
I dont think Trump cares about his Legacy or tarnishing the name TRUMP for his children and grand children.
i think that 'smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power' video was fear of being removed by the 25th Amendment.