There he sat, listening attentively in Donald Trump’s Conference Room, to his guest on The Situation Room. Wolf Blitzer listened without interruption as Donald Trump gave him his take on the Bush Administration, Gonzalez Gate, Condoleezza Rice, and the political scene in general.
Without a sign of protestation, without moving an eyebrow, batting a lash, contorting his face, or quipping out anxiously, Wolf Blitzer sat on the chair in what seems to have been Donald Trump’s Conference Room, and listened to Trump say that the war is, “a total disaster.” ... That, “Saddam Hussein hated terrorists [whom] he would shoot and kill when terrorists came into his country.”
He listened attentively and without making a witty or clever remark, without even a word of interruption, as Trump continued to say; “Now [Iraq] is a breeding ground for terrorists.” He listened without interruption to Trump blame Bush for the civil war in Iraq; to his calling Condoleezza Rice, “a lovely lady who [waves a lot but] never makes deals”
Wolf Blitzer listened to the ultimate Corporate Man criticize the ultimate Decider, without chirping, “yes, but ...” of the kind he so often gives Howard Dean, John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters, Cynthia McKinney or any of the true Patriots guests of The Situation Room who oppose George Bush.
Not a peep either from Blitzer when, in answer to Blitzer’s question, “How does the United States get out ...?” Trump answered, “You know how they get out? They get out. That’s how they get out... this is a total catastrophe and you might as well get out now because you are wasting times and lives. ...”
Blitzer one of the ultimate apologists for the Bush Regime and his propaganda machine sat there, listening, quietly, attentively, without ne’er a peep to Donald Trump the Corporate Man, the virtual reality man of The Apprentice, make a case against Bush.
Like a real apprentice Wolf sat in the chair of The Apprentice.
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