He has always been a fool. I live in Texas, he was a fool as a governor. The whole state is run by criminals, fools, racist, bigots, and mysogynist. We didn't used to be this way here.
Not hard to do, in his case......he was given an abundance of hair OUTSIDE his skull to make up for the lack of anything inside......😜
Yes..he's that ignorant! And he's in charge of the nukes...when T is ousted along with Pence, they all need to vacate their positions as well!!
They are all inept and ripping us off!!! Not one of them is qualified in their jobs!!! He really is a POS and another FAKE CHRISTIAN!!!
He does everytime he opens his mouth. Remember when he ran for President and didn't know one department of the government.
"JUST" made a fool of himself?? He's been a fool from the get go. Remember how he handled the presidential debates? Guess ignorance is bliss.
Ignorance and disinformation have made this possible. Take a long hard look at this cabinet, and tell me you have confidence in the Trump Administration.
If you're already a fool, there isn't much you have to do to prove it except open your mouth. That works for the majority of this so-called president's cabinet.
Republican Senatorial and House Representative only care about their own self-interest and not the interest of the Constituents that Elected them into Office.
Remember November 6 of 2018 many Republican Senate Representative and House Seats will be up for re-election and must be Voted Out because they are only out for themselves and Lobbyist that pay them for their Interest and Not The Constituents.
We Will Remember How You Voted.
A true Trumpster. Nevermind that he's got no research or data of any kind (nor that studies that exist actually show this plan is a fail except for profit levels), his misinformed personal experience will suffice. "Perry blamed the emphasis on new sources of renewable energy for lessening the reliability of coal and nuclear power, which is why he said his new rule is needed. However, a study done by his department in April found that renewables had no such impact."