The problem with a rumor is how hard it is to comprehend. It usually requires evidence to help it stick. At the same time even if it is proven false, the doubt is already in the mind and it is hard to forget.
Many of the information about Trump appear to be coming from the White House. Trump seemingly has surrounded himself with whistle blowers.
I believe it is hard to free yourself from guilt, if the family is saying something contrary to you. Everyone needs to be on board, if lies will be used. The story must be the same for everyone.
No ifs, no buts, no maybes. I think the staff needs to watch more detective films. So they can learn a thing or two about making a story stick. Regardless of how false it is. If everyone agrees, then at least 75% of the job is done. The remainder is all about being convincing.
Project Tell The Truth
This project has been a killer for Trump. He has been accused of lying. He has been accused of talking nasty to women. The list goes on and on, but a more recent problem for him has been the Russia scandal.
This seeks to implicate him, since he said he had no knowledge of what happened. There are some who believe he did know and passed the blame to his son. If that is true he would win father of the year right?
Trump Jr. is a great son for any dad to have. He willingly accepted the fall for what could be Trumps biggest lie to the American people yet. Reason being, this happened during his election campaign. An election he later won.
So for this to be a lie form the man himself could leave the Country with a frown. Of course regardless of what he does, many people will still support him.
The Assumed Cry
Some of the White House staff seemed to be crying out for help. This is the assumption of many including the Washington Post. Take for instance some quotes from advisers who remain anonymous.
One person said, “he refuses to sit still,” the presidential adviser said. “He doesn’t think he’s in any legal jeopardy, so he really views this as a political problem he is going to solve by himself.”
Another person said “This was . . . unnecessary,” said one of the president’s advisers, who like most other people interviewed for this article spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive internal deliberations. “Now someone can claim he’s the one who attempted to mislead. Somebody can argue the president is saying he doesn’t want you to say the whole truth.”
So what do the above comments sound like? Are their cries from The White House? Maybe it is just another show for the Chief of Staff.
Her is another comment that said, “because Trump believes he is innocent, some advisers explained, he therefore does not think he is at any legal risk for a cover-up. In his mind, they said, there is nothing to conceal.”
Not much can really be done with this type of thinking. Let us all pray and hope for the best.