Taking a brief break from panic-tweeting about Joe Biden, Trump has decided to withdraw his planned nomination for Stephen Moore to the Fed Reserve Board. In his usual habit of gaslighting the nation, he once again claimed Moore withdrew himself from the process, and failed to mention just hours prior Moore reaffirmed he was "in it for the long haul." In reality, Senators made a rare stance of standing up to Trump and signaled he wouldn't have the affirmation votes, due to Moore's horrific economic track record, not to mention his views on child labor, race, and women.
Amazingly, Moore was far more qualified than Trump's original pick of Herman Cain who has sold pizza for 20 years, flamed out of the 2012 presidential race after multiple sexual misconduct allegations, and hasn't been anywhere near a central banking function since the mid 90s.
Both of these men were chosen not for their credentials, but because they're stauch partisan Trump supporters that pop up on Trump's TV during his daily 8-hour Fox News viewing session.
I'm curious how the so-called serious thinking, economic experts, pro-Trump conservatives on this forum can make a rational case for Moore/Cain and why we should continue to allow a President to hold office who takes his massive responsibilities so non-seriously.