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[WATCH] Breaking Down the ‘Trump Panic’ Over Indictments

Imagine flop sweat that reeks of Big Macs and desperation, and you have a sense of what the master suite at Bedminster must smell like right about now. The Florida Retiree who is so bad at everything can’t even retire to Florida correctly; he has to stay in New Jersey until the fall (or until he has to testify in New York, Atlanta, and/or Washington, DC).

We’ve caught glimpses of the Trump Panic that seemingly has set in over not just the Former Guy, but everyone who still remains loyal to him for whatever their malevolent reasons are. Trying to spin the January 6th insurrection as a “loving event”, holding a second CPAC to grift up enough money for lawyers’ fees, scapegoating random Democrats to create a distraction…these people have a lot of work going on. Those smokescreens won’t keep themselves going, you know.

[US President-elect Donald Trump along with his son Donald, Jr., arrive for a press conference at Trump Tower in New York, as Allen Weisselberg (C), chief financial officer of The Trump, looks on January 11, 2017. – As US President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen delivered hours of riveting testimony to a US House committee on February 27, 2019, one name came up again and again: Allen Weisselberg. Weisselberg, 71, is the publicity-shy chief financial officer of the Trump Organization and one of the real estate tycoon’s oldest and closest advisors. Photo credit: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images]
While the majority of us can’t make enough popcorn to enjoy the implosion of The Trump Show, it’s also interesting to see how the players are responding. With Allen Weisselberg now gone as the CFO of the Trump Organization and a poor schnook forced to be a human placeholder until the IRS ends up dismantling it, the people who have enjoyed full Teflon status when it came to making charges stick to them are now learning what happens when the protective coating finally wears off.

Branding and marketing executive Donny Deutsch and Washington Post reporter David Farenthold joined Nicolle Wallace on “Deadline: White House” to break down the new organizational shifts within Trump’s companies. Watch their panel discussion, below.



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