President Trump isn’t going to be happy when he hears about this. President Trump is going to set Twitter on fire after he reads this latest piece full of criticism from someone within his own administration.
On Wednesday, the New York Times published an anonymous op-ed from a “senior official in the Trump White House.” And, the opinion piece, much like the New York Times, doesn’t paint the prettiest of pictures of President Trump.
In the piece, the officials says that he, like many others are apart of the resistance, but “not like the popular left wing resistance.” and are “are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.”
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) September 5, 2018
This person says they are working to keep the country running, despite Trump’s propensity “to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.”
This unnamed officials says meetings with the president aren’t a ton of fun. This person says Trump will often times go off on tangents and unnecessary rants, which don’t result in the best of decisions from Trump, according to the article in the Times.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 5, 2018
The article gets into Trump, Russia, Putin, North Korea and Kim Jung Un.
Early in the piece, this person says “the root of the problem is the president’s amorality.”
Needless to say, the piece is very, very damning. The big question is, of course, who wrote it? Will we ever find? Probably not, but it certainly doesn’t paint President Trump in the best light.
Everyone has the right to their own beliefs and certainly so does the writer of this New York Times piece, but it just seems that if you were going to write something so incredibly critical, so completely negative of your boss, that this person ought man up sign their name to it. Otherwise, the person is simply a coward, nothing more and nothing less.
President Trump has already responded to the piece:
The Failing New York Times! pic.twitter.com/SHsXvYKpBf
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 5, 2018