Donald Trump’s obsession with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, major Media, his ego and election fraud is
interfering with his ability to govern as president of the United States and the leader of the free world. His
current passion is repealing Obamacare.

Barack Obama
Surrounded by children ages 7 – 18, Trump unleashed a blistering critique of the Affordable Care Act at the
White House on July 24 and ratcheted up the pressure on Senate Republicans to keep their campaign promise
to repeal and replace the law. Trump drew on the stories of Americans who were invited to join him at the
White House to remind Republicans of their seven-year-old promise to repeal and replace Obamacare. “For the
last seven years, Republicans have been united in standing up for Obamacare’s victims. Remember repeal and
replace, repeal and replace, they kept saying it over and over again. Every Republican running for office
promised immediate relief from this disastrous law. We, as a party, must fulfill that solemn promise to the
voters of this country to repeal and replace. But so far, Senate Republicans have not done their job in ending
the Obamacare nightmare. They now have a chance however to hopefully fix what has been so badly broken for
such a long time and that is through replacement of a horrible, disaster known as Obamacare.”

Trump knows but refuses to admit that “Repeal and Replace”, a campaign slogan, referred to “Obamacare” not
the Affordable Care Act. Republican candidates latched onto it and won office as a result. However, there is
much pushback to “Repeal and Replace” among beneficiaries of the Affordable Care Act primarily white
voters. A report by the Department of Health and Human Services on the effects of the Affordable Care Act
shows that the benefits of Obamacare cut across all major demographic groups. More white Americans received
coverage since October 2013 when the law’s coverage provisions began to come into effect than black and
Latino Americans combined. “Obamacare” was not a “Black” thing.

Hillary Clinton
The president took a swipe at Jeff Sessions calling his attorney general "our beleaguered A.G." and asking why
Sessions was not "looking into Crooked Hillary's crimes & Russia relations?" Trump's suggestion that his top
law enforcement official investigate a former political rival is astounding, and even his allies have said in the
past that such a move would be unheard of in the United States. Trump, after the election, had backed away
from the idea of possibly prosecuting Hillary Clinton.

Major Media
Speaking at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree Trump hit on his favorite theme of “fake news,” complaining
that the media would probably downplay the size of the Boy Scouts crowd. The Jamboree attendance was
over 40,000. The fake media will say: “President Trump spoke before a small crowd of Boy Scouts today.  
Fake media. Fake news.” Trump fantasizes he is at a Trump inspired rally and the “Fake News” would
downplay the size of the crowd.

Trump’s Ego
He also took the opportunity to relive the glory of his election, asking the child audience, “Do you remember
that incredible night with the maps and the Republicans are red and the Democrats are blue, and that map was
so red, it was unbelievable, and they didn’t know what to say?”

Voter Fraud
Trump created the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in May to investigate his
allegations, offered without evidence, that millions of people voted illegally in 2016. Although he won the
electoral vote, on election night, Hillary Clinton won the popular by more than 1 million votes. To date that
number has grown to over 3 million votes. Trump’s assumption is that every illegal vote cast was for the
democratic party or Hillary Clinton. Won’t he be surprised to find he won the election VIA Voter Fraud! A
study of 2,068 alleged election-fraud cases in 50 states between 2000 and 2012 found the level of fraud was
infinitesimal compared with the 146 million voters registered over the 12-year period.

Nuclear War
Right now, Donald Trump could start a nuclear war on a whim, and no one could stop him. He has almost
gleefully exercised his right to threaten nuclear war. He made boastful remarks about nuclear might throughout
his campaign. And just recently, he called for a new push to put America at the “top of the pack” when it
comes to nuclear weapons capability. A global nuclear exchange could annihilate hundreds of millions of lives
and sour Earth's atmosphere, water, and ground for generations.

This president is dangerous and there is no telling what his ego and many obsessions will drive him to do.
An Obsessed
Donald Trump

By Walter Smith Publisher the Philadelphia Observer