I watched some of Trump's hugely insane press conference after the G-7 summit on my iPhone. It was deeply disturbing.
He made just about zero sense, blabbing on and on, for example, about Putin being kicked out of the G-8 because Obama felt something or other -- completely failing to recognize that Putin was ousted because he took over Crimea in defiance of international law.
Then Trump blabbed on and on about how wonderful it was that the United States was extracting more oil, gas, and coal from the ground after being asked about his skepticism regarding climate change, and what he planned to do about it.
He walked off the stage while the reporter could be heard plaintively saying, "You didn't answer my question."
Just when I think Trump can't act worse than he already has, he surpasses his worseness. I just scrolled down the Washington Post page to remind myself of some of his recent WTF?! moments. They include, but aren't limited to...
Trump wants his border wall completed by election day in 2020, even if land has to be seized by eminent domain, or indeed, by any means at all. He's reported to have told federal employees that he'll pardon them if what they do to get the wall built is illegal.
Trump wants to allow new logging in the Tongass National Forest in Alaska, which would affect more than half of the world’s largest intact temperate rainforest.
Trump wants to hold the next G-7 summit at his golf course resort in Doral, Florida, which would enrich himself from foreign contributions while he's serving as president, thereby making even more of a mockery of the Constitution's prohibition against this than he has already.
Well, here's one more thing I strongly suspect Trump doesn't want. Having his ass kicked by a woman in the 2020 presidential election.
That's why I just donated $250 to Elizabeth Warren's campaign. I also like Kamala Harris, but Warren has come to seem like a more viable candidate to me. Her polling is gaining strength. Her policy positions are appealing and plentiful. She projects an air of strength, confidence, and winnability.
There's a long way until the Democratic nomination is settled. I'll be fine with anyone who takes on Trump. I simply felt good sending some money Warren's way, because in this age of Trumpism, it's important to find bright spots in all the darkness Trump exudes.