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If you ever wonder how Trump could have achieved so little in eleven months as president, consider how he spends his time: playing golf at his own resort hotels; watching Fox News (and CNN, although he hates to admit it); eating McDonald’s cheeseburgers; guzzling Diet Cokes; and yes, tweeting madly. Much of what the president writes on Twitter are attacks on his fellow Americans, our overseas allies, and random irritants.

Nobody is too small to warrant a Trump attack and of course nothing is ever beneath his dignity, which doesn’t exist.

Now Stephen Colbert’s staff at the Late Show has kindly compiled a year-end greatest hits of Trump 2017 attack tweets. You think you’ve gotten jaded, but the list is still pretty astonishing.

 

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Reprinted with permission from Press Run

Workers suddenly enjoy newfound clout in the emerging post-pandemic economy. With lots of employers desperate to fill a stockpile of new positions as retail outlets spring back to life in a vaccinated America, a short-term worker shortage has emerged. Republicans and their business community friends are furious, blaming a lazy workforce, and the press is helping their cause by shining a spotlight on employer complaints, while paying far less attention to employee priorities.

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