Robert Bingaman is an artistwriter, filmmaker and content creator based in Kansas City, Missouri. His pursuits are far-ranging, with the most significant focus in engaging brand narratives, content strategy, and painting. In the last three years, he has provided consulting and art direction for a number of public brands. 

A Hundred Days of Trump - The New Yorker

Trump appears to strut through the world forever studying his own image. He thinks out loud, and is incapable of reflection. He is unserious, unfocussed, and, at times, it seems, unhinged. Journalists are invited to the Oval Office to ask about infrastructure; he turns the subject to how Bill O’Reilly, late of Fox News, is a “good person,” blameless, like him, in matters of sexual harassment. A reporter asks about the missile attack on Syria; he feeds her a self-satisfied description of how he informed his Chinese guests at Mar-a-Lago of the strike over “the most beautiful piece of chocolate cake that you’ve ever seen.”

 

Trump’s Civil War History Comments Show Lack of Interest in America’s Past | National Review

George Takei: Internment, America’s Great Mistake - The New York Times