Robert Reich is such fun, eh?

Instead, there should be no vote on Gorsuch’s nomination until Trump’s legitimacy as a president is established.

Which means the Senate intelligence committee and the FBI must first conclude that Russian operatives were not responsible for Trump’s electoral victory, and Trump must reveal his taxes and put his assets into a blind trust.

Just winning the election and obeying the law aren’t enough it seems.

13 comments on “Robert Reich is such fun, eh?

  1. I raise him Obama’s college transcripts and undoctored birth certificate, followed up by HRC’s full medical exam.

  2. I’m still at a loss to understand what these Russian operatives are meant to have done. Let people see the DNC’s emails? And that’s it?

    “Trump is illegitimate because the population found out during the election that the other team are a bunch of shits. If the population did not find that out then they would have voted for the other team! Impeach!”

  3. The left is fighting last years/month war, Trump has moved on and the ground is shifting beneath their feet and it scares the shit out of them….happy days.

  4. Dear Mr Worstall

    Dare say that nice Mr Reich* would ask the same about Brexit.

    Reich. you lost get, over it.

    @ Martin February 6, 2017 at 4:48 pm

    Maybe President Trump could set a precedent as the second third term president.

    DP

    * If his father, grandfather and great grandfather were called Robert, would that make him the Fourth Reich?

  5. “Maybe President Trump could set a precedent as the second third term president.”

    This weeks’ Bagehot column is quite good. It is written just before a 2030 GE when Paul Nuttall is just about to become PM as the UKIP leader in a UKIP/Conservative coalition.

    As it closes …..

    “How long should I wait before I invite President Trump to London?” Mr Nuttall ponders to himself. “Is seven days too soon? And should I call her Mrs President or Ivanka?” As his car sweeps onto Stoke’s marketplace, his phone begins to ring.

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