On the deportment of the press, Trump should practice what he preaches


'People Have to Behave’: Donald Trump Demands Reporters ‘Practice Decorum’ at White House   [Breitbart headline]

"On Friday morning, before leaving on a trip to France to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, Trump stopped to speak to members of the press. He quickly lashed out at CNN's Abby Phillip when she asked if the new interim Attorney General would try to rein in Robert Mueller's investigation. Trump responded in a vicious tone, 'What a stupid question. What a stupid question. But I watch you a lot and you ask a lot of stupid questions.'"    [mashable.com]

The president cited the need for decorum

Whenever the press and he meet in a forum.

Not the press whom he faults

But it's Trump who insults.

It's more bull from the Chief Cockalorum.


Filed under: hypocrisy, press briefings


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  • After what we learned from a troll about 27 months ago, why cite Breitbart for anything other than the opposite, which seems to apply here?

    This reinforces what I have said on other comment boards that it is about time to enforce on the alt right the same standards it attempts to impose on otherson others on others, such as when one made a crack about an unbiased media, I replied "Like Hannity of Fox News Channel taking the stage at a rally, or didn't you mean that?"

  • Oh, my! Thank you for defending a marvelous word! I'm only sorry that we need it so badly.

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