to speak out against him, a quixotic quest if ever there was one. Moochi's story is a tale of fickle opportunism, but, hey, Mooch is slamming Trump, so have at it).
"I broke from Trump because not only has his behavior become more erratic and his rhetoric more inflammatory, but also because, like all demagogues, he is incapable of handling constructive criticism. As we lie on the bed of nails Trump has made, it’s often difficult to see how much the paradigm of acceptable conduct has shifted. For the Republican Party, it’s now a question of whether we want to start cleaning up the mess or continue papering over the cracks." -- from Mooch's Washington Post op-ed earlier today.We're going with "papering over the cracks." Expect a continuing war of insults and accusations between Mooch and Trump, as their fragile egos get more and more bruised, so we see ourselves posting Mooch Musings from time to time.