Watch This Incredibly Detailed Breakdown of Trump’s Violent Photo-Op Walk to Church

(via) Watching the Trump administration from the comfortable distance of another country can still be unnerving as the ill-equipped president lurches from one self-inflicted crisis to the next. His June 1st walk from the White House to a nearby church for a photo op – and the police violence again BLM protesters that immediately preceded it – is just the most recent example of his ruinous instincts, but I wonder now if it might stand as the most indelible image of his presidency, like Nixon throwing up double peace signs, Clinton angrily denying infidelity to a camera, or George W. reading a kids book on 9/11. In the incredibly detailed video timeline presented above, the Washington Post breaks it down, and it’s so much worse than I originally thought…

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