A side-splitting assessment of the Trump administration that has me rolling on the floor.
I just read that the Trump administration has filled only 22 of the 553 key positions that require Senate confirmation. This makes me worry that the administration will not have enough manpower to produce the same volume and standard of incompetence that we’ve come to expect so far.
Granted, in its first few months the administration has produced an impressive amount of ineptitude with very few people.
It goes on to make many other good and valuable points, and delivers perhaps what should be the administration’s epitaph:
Those who ignore history are condemned to retweet it.
Read more from (generally conservative analyst) David Brooks:
- The Coming Incompetence Crisis — hilarious assessment of the Trump “administration”
- When the World is Led by a Child — penetrating, accurate analysis of our Child-in-Chief