When entire parts of the intelligence, justice, state and military departments of government have no confidence in their leader, how can the American people?
Very valid point, but other leaders have lost confidence in presidents but my point is none of them has had to face this vitriol. Believe me, I can post the details when I say other presidents have had issues with it.
You should never have blind confidence in any leader or party. The human race is fallible. Some are more obvious like Pres. Trump. Some can hide it really well like Pres. Kennedy. I also don't have blind faith in the CIA in general and they did bad things quite a bit.
C4E there is a reason for the vitriol. This administration has been one long joke and embarassment to this country. From lying about crowd sizes, to unsubstantiated claims a former president bugged his home, to "nice people" on both sides, to telling American politicians to go back to their country, to obstruction of Justice, to Emulument Clause violations, to wanting to buy Greenland, to his horrible handling of Puerto Rico, to predicting a hurricane in Alabama, to the over 10,000 outright lies he has told since being president, to everything he does on Twitter, he has been an American embarrassment unlike any other president before.
Former Presidents may have been bad presidents. They may have done a few bad or questionable things. But nothing like this man. Nothing like we are currently seeing on a day in and day out occurence. It's not close.
And that's why he gets vitriol and why he deserves it.
You want to defend the policy or agenda he pushes, I get that. Defending the man and what his non-policy actions and words do to this country, I do not get that. Not at all. He is indefensible for much of what he says and does and he is pathetic as a leader, making Obama look like a regular General Patton by comparison, and Obama was a bad leader, though he was never an embarrassment to this country on a worldwide level like Trump is.