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still crazy after all these years ..

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    Arizona, yes this country is just about beyond saving. It is just like weed, it pops up everywhere. I wrote many times about the "why", but for deaf ears. Yes the walls are crumbling as we speak. It looks like an "zombi" movie. All the living dead are rising up. Wow, an huge mistake from me to take this country serious, when I came here in 1986; I should have known better that it is here still "cowboys and Indians" plus "black and white" plus "lunatics". Better "burn" all the law and rule books here; they've become useless. ( Thank the "zillion" corrupt lawyers for this)
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    Trump issued a lengthy and rambling statement late Sunday attacking two of his staunchest allies during his one term in office.

    Trump called former attorney general Bill Barr and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell “spineless RINOs” (Republicans in Name Only) after Barr told The Atlantic that Trump’s constant claims of election fraud were “bullshit.” Barr also told the magazine that McConnell urged him to “inject some reality” into Trump as he repeated debunked claims of election fraud and baseless conspiracy theories last winter.

    Trump, who once claimed he would hire only “the best and most serious people,” called Barr a “disappointment in every sense of the word,” much as he has attacked many of the other “best people” he hired, including Jeff Sessions (attorney general), Rex Tillerson (secretary of state), James Mattis (defense secretary) John Bolton (national security advisor), H.R. McMaster (national security advisor) John Kelly (homeland security and chief of staff) and Mike Pence (vice president), just to name a few.

    The Twitter responses are classic.

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    • Trump's close associates believe he's "off his rocker," the author Michael Wolff said.

    • "They believe he is crazy," he told Channel 4 News.

    • Wolff was discussing his latest book, "Landslide," about the last days of Trump's presidency.

    Donald Trump's close associates think he's "off his rocker" and "crazy," said Michael Wolff, the author of several books on Trump.

    Wolff told Channel 4 News on Monday that "aides, intimates, and supporters" thought the former president was not of sound mind. Wolff was promoting his latest book, "Landslide," about the last days of Trump's presidency.

    There's "a situation in which virtually everyone around Trump - we're not talking Democrats here, we're talking Trump aides, intimates, and supporters - everyone believes he has gone off his rocker," Wolff said. "I mean, let's not put too fine a point here: They believe he is crazy.

    "At the same time, he commands a, if not a majority of the country, a very, very substantial minority comes to believe that this election is stolen and whose support for him ever hardens," he added.

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    Trump is not the only one who is crazy.

    The Daily Kos reminded us this morning that Rudy Giuliani is a few tacos short of a combination plate.