The Lights Are On But No One Is Home As Trump Reads From A Script At Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Donald Trump couldn’t go to Mississippi and be devoted to make clarity at the opening of the state’s polite right museum, so the White House had to give the President a book to review from.

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There was no personal context to Trump’s remarks. Trump showed no seductiveness in what he was articulate about. The President was anxious that Medgar Evers hermit was good to him when they net. Trump mentioned the KKK but didn’t malign racism.

Donald Trump had no message. His remarks were dull, flat, uninspiring, and lifeless. The President couldn’t get adequate appetite up to feign seductiveness in what he was articulate about. It looked like Trump would rather have been in Florida, as his remarks review some-more like a Wikipedia entrance than a matter from the President Of The United States.

Trump is away and disinterested. A boss should lead the country and bring us together on issues like race, but all Donald Trump is able of is a bluff bid where he reads a book and tries to make everybody forget that he works any day to racially order the country.

The lights were on, but no one was home as Trump spoke in Mississippi.

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The Lights Are On But No One Is Home As Trump Reads From A Script At Mississippi Civil Rights Museum combined by Jason Easley on Sat, Dec 9th, 2017
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