So hard not to laugh: Reporters infer Priebus’ early return from trip means Trump put him in time out

It doesn’t take much for Trump haters to get their rage on and lose all rational thought.

President Donald Trump is on his first overseas trip and New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman used social media to suggest that White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is returning to Washington early.

“Priebus is said to be leaving the traveling White House caravan early, returning this week instead of staying the full foreign trip,” Haberman tweeted.

In a follow-up tweet, Haberman commented on how “crowded” Air Force One is on the trip, saying “one other” person will be joining Preibus in leaving early:

Quick to respond was Jennifer Rubin, a columnist with The Washington Post — the newspaper is a co-conspirator of The Times in the ongoing effort to destroy Trump.

Naturally, Rubin infers guilt on the part of the president:

Amid rumors that Trump is frustrated with Priebus for how he manages White House staff, the media is eager to reflect disarray within the administration.

It’s not clear if Priebus is actually leaving early or not, but what do Democrats expect, the entire entourage to stay together as if on a preschool field trip, where everyone is required to hold hands?

Here’s a sampling from Twitter of the hate-driven lunacy on the left toward the Trump White House:


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