Maggie Haberman of the NY Times frequently appears on CNN.
That alone should let you know she is not a friend to the Trump administration, nor does she report on the White House in a bipartisan way. On Thursday morning, Haberman informed the dwindling audience of CNN that employees of White House do not think the Trump visits to El Paso and Dayton went well.
Haberman contends that the White House would have wished the visits went better and that Trump stepped over his toes lashing out at the media and state officials that didn’t agree with his visit or his views. Basically, Haberman likes beta males, or that’s what I came away with, and I am just speculating.
Start recieving the latest news from American patriot and former Navy Seal Carl Higbie.
Is it even a surprise that Haberman thinks Pres. Donald Trump behaved disastrously on Wednesday and feels there are those in the WH that side with her? Pres. Trump was seen consoling the victims of the El Paso and Dayton shootings and meeting with hospital staff, so what is this girl talking about?
Haberman: “We have seen repeatedly where there is a national crisis, he gives a speech off a teleprompter and then he undercuts his own words either before it or after it. He doesn’t do well fundamentally on these major moments that require empathy and somebody looking as if they are rallying the nation and rallying people to support one another.”
“No, they don’t. Most people – while they would I suspect not say that publicly – will privately admit that yesterday was something of a debacle. These are not the headlines they wanted to see. They wanted him to go in and behave differently. The goal was to go in and get out with as little news as possible.”
I think the problem here is that Haberman and the rest of the media have wanted Trump to lay there and take their abuse without responding and that’s not who he is, nor should any many or woman suffer that abuse without retaliating in some form. You have to stand up for yourself.
Trump is being charged and accused of being a white supremacist. I think it’s well within Trump’s rights to rip these accusers and better yet, call them out name by name publicly. The nation needs to know who these troublemakers and discord sewers are and don’t forget to add in Haberman.
Watch above, via CNN.
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
Read more at WayneDupree.com:
The opinions expressed by contributors and/or content partners are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Carl Higbie. Contact us for guidelines on submitting your own commentary.