Conservative Columnist: Donald Trump Will Cause More Damage Before He's Done

Conservative columnist Max Boot, in his new column for the Washington Post, has unwound a long list of misdeeds by President Donald Trump since his election defeat and warns that the situation will worsen in the final days of his presidency.
Boot noted over his weekend how the outgoing president has routinely ignored the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic since the vote - which he still falsely believes has been won - which refuted alleged Russian cyberattacks on government networks and reportedly declared martial law on hold elections in swing states again, purge the Pentagon of its high-ranking leaders, and slam the outgoing Attorney General Bill Barr "for not doing more to politicize his department".
"Things are sure to get worse - including a pardon palooza that would put Trump friends and family out of the reach of the law," Boot wrote.
"If future generations are tempted to romanticize the Trump presidency, all they have to do is look at his final days to find out why historians probably consider him the worst president in US history," he concluded.
Read the full comment here.
Stephen Colbert discovers what is "even more pathetic" about Trump's "People Are Angry" rant
Scathing Supercut shows Republicans keep moving goal posts in Trump's defeat
Brianna Keilar meets Republicans with a very long list of Trump's insults
Also on HuffPost
Do you love HuffPost? Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.

You should check here to buy the best price guaranteed products.

Last News

USWNT sleepwalks into Olympic knockout stage, where their current form won't cut it

Why is Taiwan not called Taiwan at the Olympics?

I’m retiring on my 78th birthday, have more than $200,000 in savings and share expenses with my 80-year-old boyfriend. Will I be OK?

Photo of Cecilia Cheung’s youngest son shuts down rumours of Caucasian parentage

Worries About the Delta Variant Could Be Overdone Based on Clues From These Healthcare Giants

Everything’s bigger in Texas — sentence more than doubled for man who ran second fraud while on trial in multi-million dollar cattle scam