This is really unsettling, isn't it?
Trump is about a month away from the inauguration and it has turned into a colossal mess, hasn't it?
Here's how he should be handling it.
"The news about Russia possibly interfering in our election is upsetting and needs to be thoroughly investigated as it is a threat to our democracy."
He should also possibly explain that:
"I was not involved in any such tampering and I did not know anything about it."
That would be too easy, right?
We all know that I'm not a fan of Donald as the president.
Yet if that's where he is to sit for four years...
...he has to preserve the integrity.
Trump fights everyone on everything. He won't ever back down, right?
Last week he attacked a food critic who gave a bad review of a Trump restaurant. His attack was like many of his other attacks:
Petty, simplistic, nasty...
...and unbecoming of the seat he's about to sit in.
He's in dangerous territory with the Russian thing though.
What his fighting back leads people, who like him or don't like him, to believe is that:
1). He knew about the tampering.
2). He doesn't believe in the intel.
3). He likes Russia better.
4). He has to protect his money interests.
All four choices are treasonous.
So, he has to get out in front of this.
Someone has to tell him that, and for the first time in about 18 months he has to articulate that he was wrong to take such a stand.
If he doesn't...
...he won't be president.
I believe it's that simple.
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