#Trump’s echo chamber.


Well it really IS about which #story one gets #juice’d up to believe. 

I was watching #FoxAndFriends this morning which is said to be #Trump’s echo chamber … he loves that show null

I could believe that story or the one told on CNN. My choice, my juice … it really should be all the same to you.

Yep, that’s why little kids “tell stories” to each other  & get #juice & #JuicedUp on them. null

I never watch it! Gives you a punching bag to practice your #TrumpingOff , though …. 

i watched it this morning for the first time because it was reported that it was #Trump’s echo chamber … he loves that show.  I can see why, it tells his story, and he even sometimes interacts with it and tweets based upon the show.  It is almost fun being in Trump’s mind.

it’s not just “little kids” … the process never stops.

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here is support from #Trump himself of the opinion that #FoxAndFriends is his “echo chamber” ...

Wow, the Failing @nytimes said about @foxandfriends "....the most powerful T.V. show in America."

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 27, 2017
… and mocking for those who think otherwise.

Doesn’t matter I still do not watch them.  I can look at his twitter stream if I choose. The less news the better. I wrote something on Integrity which all ignored so …...pffftttt.

you have to get up pretty early in the morning to catch the show on the west coast.  i just like the idea that i could hear all the stories that are rolling around in our presidents head from his own point of view before they hit the other channels. 

i admit, i am a “be the first to get it from the source” junkie.   for example i read the New Yorker article from twitter a hour before it started trending on all channels …

Scaramucci also told me that, unlike other senior officials, he had no interest in media attention. “I’m not Steve Bannon, I’m not trying to suck my own cock,” he said, speaking of Trump’s chief strategist. “I’m not trying to build my own brand off the fucking strength of the President. I’m here to serve the country.”

from Scaramucci’s angry midnight call toa  NewYorker corresponend
The Apprentice was never this good null … so-called “real life” it more engrossing null