Trump ‘boobytrapping Washington on the way out the door’

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    President Donald Trump Trump is “boobytrapping Washington on the way out the door” and will go after as many of his enemies as he can, Curtin University Professor Joe Siracusa says. “He’s not taking any prisoners, he’s not going to give up anything, he’s going to get as many of his enemies as he possibly can,” Professor Siracusa said. “He’s cleaning out the defence department and any place else he can get his hands on. “The president’s going to do a little bit more damage on the way out the door, and I think we’ll be looking for a few more pardons.” Professor Siracusa said despite the blame President Trump had received for the pandemic, it was clear Americans couldn’t follow directions. “One of Biden’s first messages to the American people was don’t go anywhere for Thanksgiving, so what do they do? They all went somewhere for Thanksgiving which shows you that you can’t really blame the president if people are too stupid to wear their masks,” Professor Siracusa said. He also pointed out American media had made the “mistake” of thinking President Trump is gone forever. “If you monitor the American media, MSNBC, cable news except for Fox, it’s quite clear they think this guy is gone forever, you know, he’s leaving town,” he said. “This is a big mistake, and they’re all kind of kicking him out the door and being very abusive. “Be careful who you fire, who you run out of town, because you might see them again. “A lot of people have done some really gross miscalculations about Trump, they just think he’s going to go away, but he’s kind of like that stain on the white shirt, ain’t going anywhere. “This man has shown 73 million Americans how to attack the elites, he did something for them they couldn’t do before, they couldn’t get to anybody. “He’s going to be around for a while, he’s going to make a lot of noise.”

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