Check out the bad, the more bad and the bigly moments from this week in the Trump presidency:
Friday, June 16
- Trump says he’s being investigated over firing former FBI director James Comey. But according to alternative facts, it’s gotta be a witch hunt.
- POTUS is with all his friends in Little Havana chipping away at Obama’s legacy by attempting to cancel the “completely one-sided deal with Cuba.”
Thursday, June 15
- Officials reportedly say Trump’s under investigation for “possible obstruction of justice.” How’d Trump sound off? Twitter of course!
- Trump got in his feelings about his alleged ties with Russia and resorted to bringing up Hillary Clinton’s emails again.
Wednesday, June 14
- Trump tweeted and the White House released a statement on the shooting of Steve Scalise at a congressional baseball practice in Virginia.
- In a long-standing tradition, 45 declared Wednesday Flag Day and declared the week to be Flag Week. More importantly, he noted that it was his birthday.
Tuesday, June 13
- Joining the Attorney generals of D.C. and Maryland, nearly 200 Democratic members of Congress filed a federal lawsuit against Trump alleging that his ties to his business empire violate the U.S. Constitution.
Monday, June 12
- Attorneys generals for D.C. and Maryland say they’re suing Trump, claiming that government payments to the President’s businesses—gasp— violate the U.S. Constitution.
- A federal appeals court has ruled against Trump’s revised travel ban. Again.
- Why have a constructive first full cabinet meeting when you can praise yourself instead? “Never has there been a president….who’s passed more legislation, who’s done more things than I have,” the Donald said of himself.
- A day after terrorists killed eight people in the British capital, President Trump threw some shots at London’s mayor, Sadiq Khanon on Twitter, saying the mayor had played down the danger to citizens after the attack. Now, Trump’s visit to the U.K., might be postponed until the public actually wants him to come. Looks like he’ll be arriving next Neveruary. Sad!
- Breaking from tradition, the Trump family actually kept a promise. FLOTUS Melania Trump and son Barron are finally moving into the White House, a mere five months after Inauguration. That’s normal, right?
- Former FBI director James Comey testified before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on Friday. Summed up in one word? “Lordy.”
- Robert Mueller, who was appointed by the Justice Department last month to investigate Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, miiiight find himself facing a similar wrath. Jay Sekulow, Trump’s lawyer stated on This Week that he wouldn’t rule out Mueller getting fired if the investigation’s results aren’t in POTUS’ favor.