100 days, 100 distractions. Just another day at the office.

100 days, 100 distractions. Just another day at the office.

If we were to grade President Trump on his ability to lie, deceive and distract, he’d get straight A’s. To achieve such high grades, however, you need a willing audience. We should also hand out A grades to the media, Wall Street, and those who voted for him. Their blindness and optimism, their ability to not see through the lies are to be commended.A prime example is yesterday’s “tax plan”. A 250 word document, consisting of meaningless bullet points. A plan which will never make it to the President’s desk. But, the media spent hours dissecting it, Wall Street swooned in the build-up to it, and Trump voters were already on their way to the mall to spend their new-found wealth.We’ve set the bar so low that even the most egregious lies and distractions are greeted as the norm, sending the media down the next winding rabbit hole, while Trump continues to dismantle the tenets of our democracy.But what, I hear you ask, about Hillary’s email server?

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