So a certain stable genius attacked his own White House on foreign surveillance policy after watching "Fox and Friends"... http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-attacks-fisa-white-house-pass-warrant-702-2018-1 ... he then walked back his statement once someone told him how stupid it was. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/01/11/trump-knocks-fisa-law-links-it-to-phony-dossier.html Also, if you want to read more about Trump's viewing relationship with Fox and Friends, check out this article: https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/01/05/trump-media-feedback-loop-216248 Full article at link. It's quite the read. He then tweeted a Quinnipac poll which recorded extremely high satisfaction with the economy... https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...le-voters-opinion-us-presidents-a8153346.html ... not mentioning that the poll quite clearly showed that the public credits the approval of the economy to Barack Obama. The poll even shows that the longer Trump derps up the White House, the more the public is inclined to credit the sturdy economy to his predecessor. Earlier, Trump had bragged that his powerful negotiations with the Democrats were so successful that news anchors were sending him letters of congratulations. When pressed for proof of this by Jim Acosta, The White House released a list of two CNN videos and 19 tweets, some of which merely stated the sentiment that Trump didn't entirely shit the bed. And, because I don't know any other thread to put it in, Carrier laid off another 215 people yesterday. Since Trump announced his ridiculous Carrier deal as a publicity stunt in the election, the company has laid off 600 workers, almost 40% of its workforce, despite the incredible amount of money the state funneled their way to provide Trump and Pence with a photo op. It's going to lay off 700 more workers later this year, moving the jobs to Mexico. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nati...50bc3300042_story.html?utm_term=.a6b99297ab8c This reminds me of the companies that fired hundreds of workers as they gave their workers "tax cut bonuses" to hype Trump's tax cuts.