Donald Trump is talking about everything but what America wants to know.

Is he, and all of his administration, in bed with Russia?

However, Trump's Twitter feed focuses on everything else, giving his numb-brained legion a slight-of-hand while the rest of us look on in disbelief.

I mean, look at how he's hammering it into his followers' minds. "JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!"

It's misdirection at its finest.

Donald Trump's Twitter hour

A few hours ago, Trump pinned his weekly state address to his timeline. There, Donald announced to his followers that the United States is experiencing a "spirit of optimism" among the people.


The only place you'll find optimism is in the solace that Donald Trump's impeachment date can't get here fast enough.

However, let Trump tell it, his recent news regarding Exxon is going to be the economic savior for this country.

According to Donald Trump's speech, the investment is supposed to bring 45,000 new jobs to the gulf coast region.

Well, that's "bigly" news.

However, it sounded more like an endorsement than an announcement.

What we all need to tackle is the amount of stock Donald Trump personally has invested in Exxon Mobile. You know the saying, "Follow the money trail."

Listen to his announcement for yourself, and you be the judge.

Goodly...things are going goodly

Trump continually mentions these "so many other good things" without actually naming those things.

As far as the public knows, the "good things" could be the fact that he's still getting away with his Russian communications at the moment.

There are so many "good things" which can be twisted to fit his idea of "goodly."

Honestly, the announcement reminds me of the meme with the dog sitting in a room of fire.

"This is fine."

Anyway, where do you think this "spirit of optimism" is hiding?

If you can find it, many of us would love to know its location. While Donald Trump might be optimistic about his presidency, hardly anyone else with sense is in support of his decisions.

All in all, please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

**Anton Daceyah is a writer for Blasting News. You can follow him on Twitter: @TonyBhaingz.**

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