During the nonscripted part of his press briefing today, Donald Trump took a few questions from reporters.
The one, from Steven Nelson of the New York Post, in the below video clip concerned Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman currently in federal custody for “six crimes including enticement of minors, sex trafficking, and perjury for lying under oath,” while associating herself with Jeffrey Epstein.
When asked if she would reveal the identities of powerful men, including Britain’s Prince Andrew, who was implicated in Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, Mr. Trump said:
“I don’t know. I haven’t really been following it too much. I just wish her well frankly. I’ve met her numerous times over the years especially since I lived in Palm Beach….but I wish her well whatever it is uh I don’t know the situation with Prince Andrew…”
This another example of Mr. Trump displaying the mindset of a monstrous sociopath who has no concept of right from wrong.
This person is an insult to common decency, who in front of the American People in the White House Press Briefing Room, said that he wished a sex trafficker, a predator of minor children, well.
According to Politico, Mr. Trump’s repulsive remarks annoyed members of the Justice Department with one prosecutor noting that the current occupant of the White House still has not commented on the murder of the son of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas in New Jersey. This prosecutor said:
“The president has nothing to say about a gun-toting madman who just murdered the son of a federal judge. But he takes time out of his press conference to send well wishes to a woman accused of trafficking teenager girls for sex.”
Many would think his nauseating comments at the White House podium today are considerably worse than his:
- Impeachment offenses.
- Sending paramilitary units to disrupt peaceful protestors.
- Granting clemency and pardons to criminal figures like Roger Stone and Joe Arpaio while keeping Michael Cohen in jail for writing a book that would embarrass Individual One.
- Being an unindicted co-conspirator in paying off a mistress with campaign funds.
Law and Order President my tuches.
There are 105 days until November 3, 2020.
Vote this sociopathic monster out.
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