I wish this were a joke. Seriously, I wish that the president of the White Walkers wasn’t this shallow and embarrassing, but according to a Vice News report, this dumbass has a folder full of positive cable news clippings, articles, interview transcripts, tweets and even “photos of Trump on TV looking powerful” delivered to him twice a day.
According to Vice News, either former press secretary Sean Spicer or former chief of staff Reince Priebus would hand-deliver a dossier of the president of 53 percent of white women’s awesomeness to him at around 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. each day.
“It needs to be more fucking positive” is the only feedback the White House Communications Office received on the folder, and some at the White House refer to it as the “propaganda document,” sources told Vice News.
According the report, GOP’s “War Room” members, who monitor broadcast, digital, print news and social media, send those positive reports to the White House Communications Office. Then the Communications Office compiles the clips that the president should read, and of course, those clippings need to be positive because the president is a baby.
On days when the news reflects how ratchet the presidency actually is and there isn’t enough fake news to appease the emperor’s ego, Republican National Committee staffers send “flattering” photos of Trump.
“Maybe it’s good for the country that the president is in a good mood in the morning,” a former Repubican National Committee staffer told Vice News. A White House official noted that the “propaganda documents” were the idea of Spicer and Priebus, who both hoped that rubbing the president’s ears would get them back into his good graces.
“While I won’t comment on materials we share with the president, this is not accurate on several levels,” Spicer told Vice News in an email.
David Axelrod, senior adviser to former President Barack Obama, told Vice News that Obama wouldn’t have allowed for such foolishness.
“If we had prepared such a digest for Obama, he would have roared with laughter,” Axelrod said.
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