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Have we ever seen this degree of brazen, pathological mendacity in American public life? One day he makes a harmless slip of the tongue, something any mentally balanced person would laugh off.
But instead he lies about it. He denies what the world can see on videotape. Even his donors and supporters wonder, what is wrong with him? Why would be feel compelled to tell such an absurd lie?
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Exactly. It’s a brazen and ridiculous lie, repeated over and over and over and over again, to cover the fact that he was asleep at the switch for two years. #SummaCumLiar
Along the same lines, this tweet also contained an incredibly brazen lie—a rather Wacky and Nut-Job-like one, to borrow a phrase. ... #SummaCumLiar
Just the other day, a federal judge in Boston forced a Justice Department lawyer to admit that there was no such contract: “No, your Honor, so far as I know there is no contract of 115 miles as referenced in the [President’s tweet].” #SummaCumLiar
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I will concede him this: Wherever he goes and whatever he does, Trump will always be summa cum liar. #SummaCumLiar
“Two donors who were there told me they couldn't understand why the president would make such a claim given the whole thing is captured on video. Nobody cared... Tim Cook took it in good humor by changing his Twitter profile to Tim Apple.” #SummaCumLiar
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In 2012, Tim Cook announced Apple would make a Mac computer in the US.

But when Apple began making the $3000 computer in Texas, it struggled to find enough screws. By the time the computer was ready for mass production, Apple had ordered screws from China nyti.ms/2HBT2QK
Apple CEO Tim Cook: “The skill here is just incredible. In the US, you could have a meeting of tooling engineers and I’m not sure we could fill the room. In China, you could fill multiple football fields.” (h/t @scottlincicome)
"Caterpillar said costs tied to new US tariffs on foreign goods, including steel and aluminum, were just above $100 million over the 5 months of 2018 that they were in effect.

The company expects more than $200 million in tariff-related costs this year." wsj.com/articles/cater…
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