Donald Trump Hates Everyone

Lawrence Kim
October 12, 2017

President Trump has had conflicts with Republicans in the legislative branch but over the last couple of weeks spats have spread to the White House.

President Donald Trump's chief of staff reportedly has a strategy to keep Trump from seeking advice from random people at his Florida estate - trying to keep him away from the dining room.

"Obviously, when a public official, much less the president, threatens media outlets with any kind of legal proceedings, it is a cause for grave concern as a First Amendment matter", Georgetown University media law expert Andrew Schwartzman tells the Washington Post, adding that Trump "is ignorant over details like what the law actually requires or permits".

The 25th Amendment was adopted in 1967 as a clarification to the US Constitution in the case of an unfit or unable President.

All sections have been invoked previously except for Section Four, and now some believe that it too will be used in the near future against Trump. The two have gone back and forth on Twitter, and Corker told The New York Times this week that he thinks Trump could take the USA "on the path to World War III".

Both Tillerson and Trump were quick to deny such allegations. "Network news has become so partisan, distorted, and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked", he tweeted.

After it was reported that President Donald Trump said he hates "everyone in the White House", Late Show host Stephen Colbert finally found common ground with the president.

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