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April 13, 2018: Bizarre and Ominous

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Things have gone from surreal to the bizarre. The President points blame directly at Putin for a chemical attack in Syria. Russia threatens to shoot down any missiles fired into Syria. President Trump tweets “Get ready Russia, because [missiles] will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart!'” A presidential tweet the next morning provided an unequivocal update: “Could Take Place Very Soon Or Not So Soon At All.” Russia claims false flag. “U.S. Says Syria Has Used Chemical Weapons at Least 50 Times During War.” Missiles were flying Friday night.

The President’s personal attorney, target of a criminal investigation, had his office and residences raided by the FBI. An enraged President is said to be considering the firing of the special counsel and/or the Deputy Attorney General. “Trump Sees Inquiry Into Cohen as Greater Threat Than Mueller.” The Speaker of the House announces he’s through with Washington.

The former Director of the FBI will release his memoirs next week, with interviews lined up. It’s not going to be pretty. Leaks began to flow this week. James Comey likens the “unethical” President to a “mob boss.” The President tweeted that Comey is an “untruthful slime ball.”

The Treasury department announced the U.S. budget deficit had reached $600 billion during the first-half of the fiscal year. March’s deficit of $209 billion was 12% above the consensus estimate. Federal spending during the month was up 7% y-o-y, while revenues increased 2.7%. The CBO announced that Trillion dollar annual deficits will commence soon – about two-years sooner than recently expected. (more…)

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