"It's a sad day for America," the former White House Chief of Staff moaned.
Trump's former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows blamed the Mayor of Washington D.C. and people "from the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue" for the lack of response by the National Guard at the MAGA sedition riot at the Capitol on January 6th.
Mark Meadows Blames People 'From The Other End Of Pennsylvania Ave' For Lack Of National Guard At Capitol Riot
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows blames the Mayor of DC and Pelosi for the lack of National Guard support during the MAGA sedition riot at the Capitol on January 6th.
As someone accurately described in response to this madness on Twitter, "Lin Wood fell out of the crazy tree and hit *every* branch on the way down."
"I think that it is a fact at this point that if Donald Trump could, he would steal the election and he would stay there, regardless of anything else," the Times reporter said.
More Than 130 Secret Service Officers Are Out Of Action Thanks To Team Trump's Superspreading Habits
It seems like half of Team Trump has COVID-19 at any one time, but Donald Trump’s traveling superspreader bubble doesn’t just affect people who are choosing to participate in it.
Mark Meadows, Trump campaign adviser Nick Trainer and Rep. Matt Gaetz are the latest victims of another Trump World outbreak of coronavirus.
White House Calls Pence An 'Essential Worker' To Justify Him Campaigning In Violation Of CDC Guidelines
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows called VP Mike Pence an "essential worker" in order to justify him continuing to campaign, when he should be quarantining due to coronavirus exposure in his office.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows calls VP Mike Pence an "essential worker" in order to justify him continuing to campaign when he should be quarantining due to coronavirus exposure in his office.
A photograph of White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows went viral on Sunday after he spent the weekend dealing with President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 health problems.