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‘Even the slowest children in the class’ are going to realize Trump lied about his wall: GOP strategist

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President Donald Trump’s base is going to wise up to the fact that the president is not delivering on his border wall promises, a Republican strategist predicted on MSNBC on Thursday.

GOP consultant Rick Wilson, the author of the hit 2018 book Everything Trump Touches Dies: A Republican Strategist Gets Real About the Worst President Ever, was interviewed by Nicolle Wallace on “Deadline: White House.

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The host played a series of clips of Trump talking about his love of the pardon power.

“Who says that stuff out loud?” Wallace asked. “Donald Trump does because he loves a good, old-fashioned presidential pardon. But now that his affinity for circumventing the rule of law is colliding with his key campaign promise, some Democratic lawmakers vowing to do something. According to The Washington Post, Trump assured aides he would pardon them of any legal wrongdoing in the course of fast-tracking the border wall have red lights flashing in Congress.”

Wallace noted Trump’s aides claimed he was just joking.

“This is a man with zero sense of humor because he has zero introspection. He’s absolutely not kidding or joking, he’s looking for short cuts to circumvent the law, the black letter law, the Constitution, whatever it is, to do something as a political stunt to feed his base because they have to see their wall get built,” Wilson noted.

“They’re desperate to have the wall built. Trump knows that’s the single thing in his administration that most of the people on the lower end of his scale understand. They understand they’re going to get their wall and Mexico’s going to pay for it,” he explained.

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“Well, they’re not and now they’re probably not getting a wall, they’re getting a fence and Trump is nervous about that ,” Wilson continued. “It’s a promise he’s broken, among many, that will be something that even the slowest children in the class are going to realize he was BS’ing from the very start.”

Trump’s 2020 campaign slogan is “promises made, promises kept.”

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Even Fox News shows Trump trailing in 2020 amid market crash and fear over COVID-19

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The expanding COVID-19 epidemic and stock market crashes are not the only bad news for President Donald Trump this week.

A new Fox News poll shows Trump trailing six different Democrats in head-to-head matchups.

The poll showed Trump trailing former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

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Trump is in a ‘fight-or-flight state’ over coronavirus: ‘Art of the Deal’ co-author

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On Thursday's edition of MSNBC's "The Beat," Trump biographer and "Art of the Deal" co-author Tony Schwartz laid out the president's state of mind over the coronavirus crisis.

"Let's understand Trump," said Schwartz. "Trump is the chief energy officer of this land. So, in other words, his energy has a disproportionate impact on all our energy. And he already raised the anxiety of people over the last four years considerably. He'll exploit fear if he thinks that serves him, or deny fear if he thinks that serves him."

"That's an important point," said host Ari Melber. "You're arguing, as someone who worked with him, that while we just heard about a public interest approach, you're saying you don't see him using public interest?"

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‘No time for being patronized,’ say youth climate leaders as UK cops warn parents over Fridays for Future protest

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"Young people should not be underestimated—we have a voice and we are strong."

Youth organizers of a Friday climate protest in Bristol, United Kingdom said they have "no time for being patronized" after local police sent a letter to parents warning of inadequate safety measures for the upcoming demonstration, which teenage activist Greta Thunberg and thousands of others are expected to attend.

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