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Check out the bad, the more bad and bigly moments from this week in the Trump presidency:
Friday, November 3
- For just a brief moment— 11 minutes to be exact— the world was quiet as President Donald Trump’s Twitter was suspended by a rogue employee on their last day. Of course he mentioned it on Twitter once his account was restored.
- Trump leaves to Asia today to confront fears of the U.S. going to war with North Korea. His 12-day trip will have him visiting five countries and likely screwing something up along the way.
Thursday, November 2
- President Donald Trump wants to send NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov to Guantanamo Bay, and although that probably won’t happen, he’s still calling for the terrorist to get the “DEATH PENALTY!“
- 45 nominated Sam Clovis for the USDA’s top scientist job. The only problem is Clovis has no real science experience. He even admitted it himself but has since withdrawn his name from consideration. because his name came up in the Russian probe.
Wednesday, November 1
- Following the terrorist attack in New York’s lower Manhattan Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump called for Homeland Security to implement stronger “Extreme Vetting.” And of course, he tweeted about it.
Tuesday, October 31
- Carter Page, President Donald Trump’s former campaign foreign policy adviser alluded to possibly being included on Russian email chains.
- Trump might not understand what collusion means, despite tweeting “there is NO COLLUSION!” campaign adviser George Papadopoulos admitted he had contacts with Russians offering the Trump campaign Hillary Clinton’s emails and other incriminating info.
Monday, October 30
- President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort surrendered himself to the FBI after being indicted as part of special counsel Bob Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation. Uh Oh.
- Trump’s approval ratings have just slipped to his lowest since taking office earlier this year. According to a new Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll reveals. 45’s rating now stands at 38%, which is a five-point drop from September. And 58% say they disapproved of the way he’s handled his presidency thus far. Surprise, surprise.