Washington, DC The contentious 2016 Election has proved to be the final nail in the coffin of what was once known as "etiquette."
"Many people nowadays don't realize that there was once these, let me say, "rules" of conversation and the attitude with which people addressed each other," spoke a noted historical science professor.
"But once the candidates in the 2016 Election began to use "Trump Tactics" (nowadays considered regular behavior), the rest of the nation began to follow."
"Interrupting people before they could complete a thought, and remarking about other people that they should be shot or waterboarded, was quickly adopted by everyone, and the world will never be the same!" spoke the noted historical scientist who wished to remain anonymous.