This still astonishes.
Six days ago, speaking in North and South Dakota and in the air on his way back to Washington,
"[Trump] publicly made 125 false or misleading statements — in a period of time that totaled only about 120 minutes....
"The day before, the president made 74 false or misleading claims, many at a campaign rally in Montana….
"In the past nine days … the president has averaged 32 claims a day."
As you no doubt know, Trump's latest obsessive lie concerns his magnificent leadership in post-Maria Puerto Rico. This morning's batch:
"This was done" not by Democrats, but rather in a study conducted, and released in late August, by George Washington University. Understandably, GWU counted subsequent deaths caused by "widespread and lengthy power outages, a lack of access to adequate health care, water insecurity and diseases related to the crisis."
What's really astonishing is that roughly a third of the country either believes the idiot, or doesn't care that he's a neurotic bag of lies.