Friday, December 23, 2016

Dear President-Elect Trump:


Donald Trump's call for 'arms race' boggles nuclear experts
NBC News

Putin Shrugs off Trump's Tweet on Expanding U.S. Nuclear Capability

2 opposing Reader Comments, New York Times

Gioco    Las Vegas, NV
----  All of Trump's comments should be taken with a grain of salt and knowledge that he is The Great Disrupter.  Americans haven't learned to do that yet, but hopefully, we will, and I think the rest of the world will quickly discount the value and credibility of his tweets and other pronouncements. 

The man likes to keep things stirred up, keep people agitated and centered on Trump - so, get over it America, he's like the goof in Chief and there's going to be a lot more stuff like this and it's all sound and fury, signifying nothing.

PS    Massachusetts
----  For all his money (and I suspect there's less of it than he pretends to have), Trump is all rube (which might explain some of the dog whistling).  Especially when you put him on the world stage.  Really?  Go nukes?!  A psychologist once told me this, while we were both working with acting out people:  If they say they are going to do something (as in strike you), you should believe them.

We can't grow casual about his excessive tweets, about his inordinate capacity to spin dissension and distrust, about his idiotic behavior.  He's about to be president ... and one of those tweets might be on the way to the situation room.


Trump Fatigue.


2 paintings by Bob Dylan:  


I had another idea, so am going to write another letter to President-Elect Trump and copy it to his daughter Ivanka, who seems to be interested in things.  Point out an opportunity to do something good.  ("You will be a hero.")  ... We have to do our best. ...


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