The title of a Saturday NY Times piece, by Michael D. Shear and Julie Hirschfeld Davis, is “Stoking Fears, Trump Defied Bureaucracy to Advance Immigration Agenda.” It is emblematic of the Times’s self-appointed mission to unseat the American president via weakly sourced innuendo and character assassination.
The last such piece, which ran two Sundays ago, accused Donald Trump of watching eight hours of TV a day. This one is intended to reinforce Times readers’ fear and anger over the president’s putative xenophobia and racism.
Like the previous article, this one packs as many insults into 4,400 words as Barnum & Bailey packed clowns into a tiny car. Hence, the implications of tardiness and hotheadedness in the opening sentence:
Late to his own meeting and waving a sheet of numbers, President Trump stormed into the Oval Office one day in June, plainly enraged.
Then comes the mud “meat” of the article: