Of all the stupid things President Trump has said during his nine-plus months on the job, few can rival  the points he made yesterday in a talk-show interview with host Larry O'Connor on a Washington  radio station. The Donald confessed, in effect, that he's been surprised to learn that the powers of the presidency do not […]

 

Of all the stupid things President Trump has said during his nine-plus months on the job, few can rival  the points he made yesterday in a talk-show interview with host Larry O'Connor on a Washington  radio station.

The Donald confessed, in effect, that he's been surprised to learn that the powers of the presidency do not include a license to use the  federal criminal-justice system against his political enemies.

Here's what he said:

The saddest thing is because I'm the president of the United States. I'm not supposed to be involved in the Justice Department. I am not supposed to be involved with the FBI. I am not supposed to be doing the kinds of things I would love to be doing, and I'm very frustrated by it.

I look at what's going with the   Justice Department. Well, why aren't they going after Hillary Clinton with her emails and dossier, and which is totally fake. And how is it used. And, you know it's very discouraging to me. To be honest, I'm very unhappy about it.

As a president, you're not supposed to be involved in that process. But hopefully are doing something.

At some point, maybe we're all going to have it out.

Wow!

Is this guy  a fascist or what?