New York Times and Washington Post: Let Nature Take Its Course, No Need To Antagonize A Wild Dog…

Not fond of headlines like these: “On Senate Health Bill, Trump Falters in the Closer’s Role” [NY Times] and “Who’s Afraid of Trump? Not Enough Republicans…” [Washington Post]

Not because they’re “fake news”, but because they’re “so obvious they’re not news at all.” Because they serve no positive purpose, except to possibly make Trump really, really agitated. But why would we care about that? Even if you want to stand up and show you’re not afraid of the President, even if have legit reasons to be really mad at him, you do realize a lot of what this guy does, he does out of spite? (“If they screw you, screw them back 10 times as hard.”)

Update: We called it! Mere hours after we wrote the above story, Trump Tweeted (one of his first out of the box this morning):

Really, New York Times and Washington Post? Couldn’t you have just left well enough alone? Because now he’s more engaged. Because now it just might be your taunts that spur him into some wild action just to prove you wrong.

(This originally appeared in The Chaos Report

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