Donald Trump calls his soldiers "suckers and losers," his generals "sissies and dopes."


Since COVID-19, he is glad that he doesn't have to "shake hands with those disgusting people." He describes the COVID-19 as, "it is what it is," discounts "blue states" as being bad for the virus statistics, and claims that the rate of COVID-19 cases would be lower if fewer tests were done. With 200,000 dead, he gives himself an A+ on his response to the virus and excuses the fatalities as older, unhealthy people who were already sick anyway.


He claims that his rallies are safe because he is "on stage and far away." That would be far away from those "disgusting people" who are packed together and, following his lead, not wearing masks. He cares not for their safety.


He claimed that the virus would "magically disappear" after he became aware that it was "deadly stuff," as has been revealed by the Woodward tapes. And then he whines and whimpers that "nobody likes me" and "I don't have any friends anymore."


I expect that, by now, even his apologists are hoping for a Biden win so they can get off the defensive and back on the attack.


Michael Mattson, Salina