Wednesday wasn’t a good day for President Trump. As the workday ended, he found out that a special counsel was appointed to investigate the ties between his associates and Russia. While that was sinking in, he learned that prior to his nomination, the House Republican leadership was already accusing him of being a paid Putin Puppet. And then there was the bedtime story about former national security advisor, Michael Flynn, telling the transition team that he was under investigation for being a foreign agent prior to them naming him national security advisor.

The White House released a statement, in Trump’s name, that sounded like a normal presidential statement. Nothing was specifically said about the special counsel. But the statement from the White House referred to the investigation: “as I have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know — there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity.”

We went to bed. Then we woke up:

There was the more often than not typo that needed addressing before people could get down to business:

One person suggested Trump save us the hassle of impeachment and just resign.

A few Trumpeters came to his defense. One told people to leave him alone before returning to the usual deflection tactic.