Sunday, February 12, 2017

On Presidents' Final Days

I don't think any of my followers know who Baruch Korff was. (Click here to read of his his dubious role in American history.) Suffice it to say that in Richard Nixon's last days as POTUS in the summer of 1974, Rabbi Korff was among his handful (I use the word advisedly.) of supporters. As I read reports regarding Stephen Miller's dreadful performances on this morning's talk shows, I couldn't help but compare him to Korff: a toady who has pledged unwavering loyalty to his superior and who's really in over his head when he tries to defend him. If Miller is the best Trump can come up with as a spokesman, the current Administration's staff is even weaker than I thought—and that's saying something.


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