New York Times: Trump Has No Respect for Separation of Powers

Suddenly, the Liberal Death Star, which applauds the Obama Regime’s lawlessness, is worried about the Constitution and separation of powers.

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In an editorial about the judge in one of the cases involving his erstwhile Trump University, (more about that judge and his involvement with La Raza here), the panty waists over at “the newspaper of record, harrumph about Donald Trump’s lack of respect for the rule of law, the Constitution and the separation of powers.

One would think Mr. Trump, whose sister is a federal appellate judge, would know how self-destructive it is for any litigant anywhere to attack the judge hearing his or her case. But Mr. Trump is not any litigant; he is running to be president of the United States — a job that requires at least a glancing understanding of the American system of government, in particular a respect for the separation of powers. When Mr. Trump complains that he is “getting railroaded” by a “rigged” legal system, he is saying in effect that an entire branch of government is corrupt.

Respect for the separation of powers? You mean like Barack Obama deciding, after saying over 20 times that he didn’t have the power to do so, that he suddenly did have the power to grant amnesty to the so-called DREAMers with his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

No wonder this worthless rag is losing circulation and hemorrhaging money.

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