We’ve collected the best George T. Conway III Quotes. Use them as an inspiration.
Mary Trump’s ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World‘s Most Dangerous Man’ tells a remarkable story, the broad strokes of which many already knew. Mary Trump offers a tale of what she calls ‘malignant’ family dysfunction, and how it produced a malignantly dysfunctional president.
In essence, Trump thinks everything should be about him, for him, for his benefit and glorification – and he can’t comprehend, and doesn’t care about, anything that isn’t.
If a politician takes a bribe to do what he thinks would have been best for the public anyway, he still goes to jail. If he’s president, under a Constitution that refers to impeachment specifically for ‘bribery,’ as well other ‘high crimes and misdemeanors,’ he should still be removed.
It’s about the principles, it’s about the rule of law. You don’t have to stay silent when you see something that you don’t like that is inconsistent of these timeless principles.
Trump revels in issuing pardons, because that power is essentially absolute.
Charged with faithfully executing the laws, the president is, in effect, the nation’s highest law enforcement officer.
Questions about Trump’s psychological stability have mounted throughout his presidency.
A President’s unofficial or non-presidential actions do not affect millions of people.
It’s also not true that ‘abuse of power‘ is not impeachable, or that a statutory crime is necessary for impeachment.
Fiduciaries are people who hold legal obligations of trust, like a trustee of a trust. A trustee must act in the beneficiary’s best interests and not his own. If the trustee fails to do that, the trustee can be removed, even if what the trustee has done is not a crime.
Just as crises can provide a test of anyone’s character, they do so especially with presidents.
Particularly as a supposed ‘conservative,’ Trump ought to know something about the relationship between the federal government and the states.
Extreme narcissists exaggerate their achievements and talents, and so Trump has spent his life building up a false image of himself – not just for others, but for himself, to protect his deeply fragile ego. He lies endlessly, not just in the way sociopaths do, which is to con others, but also to delude himself.