A new UMass Lowell poll found that 62% of New Hampshire Democrats would rather see a giant meteor strike the earth and extinguish all human life than see President Trump get re-elected.
“If we can’t change Congress, we’re screwed. This is our only chance to defeat Donald Trump, but we’ve also got to do it with a big enough margin that it sends Trumpism into the history books. Part of that means making sure that his enablers in Congress are rejected too.”
— Pete Buttigieg, quoted by The Hill.
“Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the president’s daughter and son-in-law, brought in at least $82 million in outside income while serving as senior White House advisers during 2017,” the Washington Post reports. “The filings show how the couple are collecting immense sums from other enterprises while serving in the White House, an extraordinary income flow that ethics experts have warned could create potential conflicts of interests.”
After President Trump said “bullshit” in a television appearance at the White House Feb. 6, NBC News searched the 132,480 records from the American Presidency Project and found six instances where people had used the word before at public events. One was songwriter Diane Warren, one was singer Kanye West and the rest were by Trump.
1. Don’t use his name;
2. Remember this is a regime and he’s not acting alone;
3. Do not argue with those who support him–it doesn’t work;
4. Focus on his policies, not his orange-ness and mental state;
5. Keep your message positive; they want the country to be angry and fearful because this is the soil from which their darkest policies will grow;
6. No more helpless/hopeless talk;
7. Support artists and the arts;
8. Be careful not to spread fake news. Check it;
9. Take care of yourselves