Doody tweets; Trump types

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The student count of my Catholic grade school was in the trip digits, and last night I typed all the names from the pdf yearbook pages uploaded by a fellow classmate, and Mary Pat comment, “All from ¿Memory?”. The words of her comment could have taken many forms and the more familiar would have been, “¿Bored? last night Tom”. The same could be said about Potus in his series of tweets that included trashing London’s mayor. Facing an active crisis as a local public official while facing critical tweets from the leader of a foreign government seems unfair and not supportive, but I defend the President’s behavior, and his insensitivity matches insensitivity I’ve shown and predictably I will show again. The President’s tweet manner is here to stay and no matter how many times people feel it’s not presidential his successors are likely to nasty tweet too. Dear kind readers: If you’re hoping Trump’s tweet antics will pass . . please, I’m begging; I’ll do anything, por favor recall the Republican primary. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Trump dominated the field of Republican nominees, and even though Trump might not finish his term, and will probably not be elective for a second term, last night’s tweet behavior is here to stay. I imagine the reverse: Trump faults London’s mayor; Tom Doody types childhood classmate names :: Tom Doody fault tweets London’s mayor, and Donald Trump types childhood classmates names. »» nearlincoln contact us


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