Pretty damned bad!
President Trump makes Kim Jong Un reference during tax reform speech: "These massive tax cuts will be rocket fuel — little Rocket Man — rocket fuel for the American economy. He is a sick puppy." pic.twitter.com/CpLJKcy0Re
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 29, 2017
He seriously isn't getting enough oxygen to his brain. https://t.co/QhCCD5mwWz
— Zeddy ( me [ person ] ) (@ZeddRebel) November 29, 2017
As they say in the news business: Three’s a trend!
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) November 29, 2017
The Washington Post:
President Trump has expressed certainty that the special-counsel probe into his campaign’s possible collusion with Russia will be finished by the end of the year, complete with an exoneration from Robert S. Mueller III, according to several friends who have spoken with him in recent days.
Trump has dismissed his historically low approval ratings as “fake” and boasted about what he calls the unprecedented achievements of his presidency, even while chatting behind the scenes, saying no president since Harry Truman has accomplished as much at this point…
In all these instances, as well as other setbacks, Trump has sought to paint the rosiest possible picture of his presidency and his character — and has tried to will others to see it his way, like the big-promises salesman he once was.
Sometimes… Trump simply rejects facts — and his own past admissions — as he spins a new narrative. His critics accuse him of creating an alternative reality, though people close to the president say he is simply a savvy marketer protecting his brand, as any businessman or politician would…
The first year of Trump’s presidency has brought tumult and chaos, including the expanding Russia probe, an absence of major legislative achievements and instances of self-sabotage by the president himself. But in recent days, Trump has been in an unusually upbeat mood, according to friends who visited with him…
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) November 29, 2017
The NYTimes, of course, prefers to handle the issue more… delicately:
— Steven Shepard (@POLITICO_Steve) November 29, 2017