Something completely different as Sessions exits

President Trump conducted a sprawling 90 minute presser Wednesday afternoon, basking his victories, even though he lost the House.

“The election’s over,” Trump said. “Now everybody is in love.” Well, everyone except CNN’s Jim Acosta and NBC’s Peter Alexander who the president assailed and then revoked the former’s credenitials.

President Trump talked of a “a beautiful bipartisan-type situation” as if Nancy Pelosi was the new Kim Jong-Un. “Now we have a much easier path because the Democrats will come to us with a plan for infrastructure, a plan for health care, a plan for whatever they’re looking at, and we’ll negotiate,” Trump said, adding, “From a dealmaking standpoint, we are all much better off the way it turned out” than if the GOP House majority had held.


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