New York Time’s columnist David Brooks looks like a silly man after predicting Trump’s veto of the recent stimulus bill would be overridden.
“There’s just so much in there that needs to pass, in support of military pay, defense against Russian cyber incursions,” said Brooks in a recent interview that didn’t take long to not age well. “I think there’s a lot of bipartisan support for this. … I think this one will be overridden, and the worst will be avoided. But it’s him — it’s the end of four years of narcissism, and he’s ending on a high note.”
However, Brooks prediction didn’t come true. Instead, Trump got the $2000 figure he wanted and the bill is becoming law.
No correction yet from the Times or Brooks. Don’t hold your breath.
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