I am both puzzled and aghast, if not necessarily surprised.
From the moment candidate Trump pledged that his theoretical administration would employ “the best people,” he has periodically shown that he or his subordinates mistake “the best people” with “mouth-breathing idiots, fools, and irredeemable slime-balls” with disturbing regularity. There was Omarosa. There was Anthony Scaramucci. There was Steve Bannon, and pathetic Reince Priebus. There was, of course, Michael Flynn, and is Scott Pruitt. And that is before we even start thinking about Michael Cohen.
I really don’t understand this. For all his flaws…and as Lorenz Hart said in “Pal Joey”…
…one would assume that a successful businessman whose hit reality show was about hiring “the best people” would have some acumen in at least not hiring the worst people. And yet we still get examples like this…. Continue reading