Trump: People at "higher ends of intelligence" loved my Putin press conference https://t.co/lDnOPHHKT4 pic.twitter.com/UMz06A3Qu4
— The Hill (@thehill) July 18, 2018
I know quite a number of otherwise intelligent, talented people who are absolutely consumed with TDS. It is truly mesmerising.
A few of the recent tweets by Justin Amash on Trumps meeting with Putin:"We must not, however, fall for the logical fallacy that because diplomacy and dialogue are good, @POTUS’s performance at the press conference was good.""The impression it left on me, a strong supporter of the meeting, is that “something is not right here.” The president went out of his way to appear subordinate. He spoke more like the head of a vassal state.""I suspect that many of the people defending the press conference performance did not watch it in its entirety—or at all. If they had, they would know that it didn’t achieve the desired effect of bringing America and Russia closer; in fact, it did just the opposite.""When a libertarian’s political prime directive becomes “owning the neocons” (or “owning the libs”) rather than advancing libertarian ideals, then that person undermines libertarianism as a philosophy.""The general public are not more likely to see themselves as libertarian when, for the sake of “owning the necons,” prominent figures associated with libertarianism conflate libertarian-style governance and Trump-style governance."https://twitter.com/justinamash/status/1019752560452915201