He seethed

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Trump in the bunker:

President Donald Trump was furious after reports last year said he and his family hid in the White House bunker during the George Floyd protests, and he said whoever leaked that information should be executed, according to a new book by The Wall Street Journal’s Michael Bender.

Executed, sure, why not.

In “Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost,” Bender wrote that Trump seethed about the bunker story during a meeting with military and law-enforcement officials and West Wing advisors, according to CNN, which published excerpts from the book on Tuesday.

According to CNN, Bender wrote that the president “boiled over about the bunker story as soon as they arrived and shouted at them to smoke out whoever had leaked it.”

“It was the most upset some aides had ever seen the president,” the book continued, according to CNN. “‘Whoever did that, they should be charged with treason!’ Trump yelled. ‘They should be executed!'”

The people who fought their way into the Capitol and went looking for Nancy Pelosi in hopes of killing her, on the other hand – they should get medals, right?

Mark Meadows, Trump’s chief of staff, tried to calm the president down, while other aides avoided making eye contact with him, the book said, according to CNN. In the following days, it said, Trump became “obsessed” with discovering who had leaked the story, and those who had witnessed his reaction saw it “as a sign of a president in panic.”

Well, it was a sign of a worthless empty husk of a human trying to get people killed.

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