After it was reported that Trump had identified the continent of Africa as containing latrine countries, the White House fell silent, for about a day and a half., subsequently, Trump and has backers have come out saying he did not say that. I guess they're still working on an answer to the question, "if he didn't say that, what did he say?" keeping their fingers crossed that they can come up with an answer before the question is popped.
The most disappointing aspect of Trump's Presidency is the lack of loyalty amongst his subjects. Even his Congresspeople cannot be trusted with keeping his vocabulary indiscretions private and confidential. There is little doubt in my mind, that soon Trump will be requiring testing of all candidates, for either the House or Senate, for their personal loyalty to him, before being able to run for office.
Why not, indeed? Not only is Oprah more articulate than Trump, and has a superior vocabulary, is equally versed in foreign affairs, she, undoubtedly has more money than Trump, money which she earned from legitimate sources and does not have to hide her income tax returns.
About the only way, the Republican smear machine will be able to attack her is to claim that Oprah is overqualified for the position.
Once again Liberals are just not getting Trump. When he states that "he is a stable genius" he is not being egotistical as Liberals would have it, he is simply stating the fact that compared to the other residents of a stable, he is a genius.
People who consider Trump's claim of an absolute right to control the Justice Department a threat to Robert Mueller, just are not looking deeply enough. The potential threat is to the nation. If the "absolute control" resides in one man, that man can control who gets investigated and who does not; who gets indicted, for Federal crimes and who does not; and since the Federal Bureau of Prisons is operated by the Justice Department, who serves hard time and who does not.
Jesus never mentioned abortion because the preferred method of population control, in those times, was infanticide. Abortion was more dangerous than bringing the pregnancy to term and trusting in the providence of God to provide for the sustenance of the infant, in the wilderness.