Can't be good for business. Tour buses have started slowing down outside my office as tour director points and announces "Only Austin County Lawyer Skeptical of Trump." Strangely though, Trump has invited me to meet him on 5th avenue, but I'm not allowed to wear a bullet proof vest.
No more bad news. Trump announces plan to shoot anyone that gives him bad news. Who knew solutions would be so easy? End of story.
While the criminal acts are clear on the horrific videotapes showing the torture of disabled man in Chicago, the response to the videotape has been more unexpected. That includes the bizarre spin given initially by a ranking police officer that the torture could just been the type of "stupid decisions" made by "young adults." CNN host Don Lemon is under fire for his response to the horrific videotapes from Chicago of a white disabled man being tortured by four black assailants. After a guest says quite understandably that the torture of the disabled man was "evil," Lemon insists that it was not necessarily "evil" as opposed to "bad home training." Millions of people were legitimately confused how torturing a disabled man, forcing him to drink from a toilet, and betraying his friendship with a former school mate could in any universe be just "bad home training."
Chicago police are finally calling the horrific crimes committed against a white disabled man in Chicago a hate crime and released the names of the alleged culprits. They are Jordan Hill, 18, Tesfaye Cooper, 18, Brittany Covington, 18, and Tanishia Covington, 24 and faced hate crime and aggravated battery charges after torturing the man while shouting things like "F--k white people" and "F--k Trump." In addition to cutting and beating the 18-year-old mentally disabled man, the suspects forced him to drink from a toilet. They are looking at sentences that could reach 50 years in jail if convicted.
By MITCH SMITH and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and EMMARIE HUETTEMAN
President-elect Donald J. Trump made the comments after Republicans in Congress started discussing ways to include money for the barrier in spending bills.
This teacher is NOT a graduate of Trump University.