The Lord didn't send thunder or hail, yet perhaps a lightning strike at the White House can jar President Trump onto an exemplary way ... since a little stun treatment never stings. There's a rainstorm in the country's capital and the White House was correct smack at its focal point. A jolt discovered its approach to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. CNN picture taker Khalil Abdallah got the occasion.
There's a tempest blending over Trump's SCOTUS chosen one who's getting singed for reprimanding the dad of a Parkland shooting casualty. At that point, there's incredible columnist Bob Woodward's book. The extracts discharged Tuesday paint Trump as an egomaniac with "the comprehension of a fifth or 6th grader."
Among different cases ... White House head of staff John Kelly told associates Trump's "an imbecile. It's futile to endeavor to persuade him regarding anything. He's gone off the rails. We're in Crazytown." Kelly's ancestor, Reince Priebus, purportedly called the presidential room where Trump does the vast majority of his tweeting as "the fiend's workshop." And, as per the book, Trump said of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, "This person is rationally impeded. He's this stupid Southerner." Trump allegedly said Woodward - one portion of the team who brought down President Richard Nixon - has validity issues.