Thanks, Putin. Thanks a whole lot for putting a noodle head into the White House to ridicule the notion of democracy, while attempting to unite the old Soviet Union and recreate its status as a superpower. That brand new hypersonic nuclear intercontinental glider you just added to your arsenal? It’s like overuse of Botox: spooky and get real.
Thanks, but no thanks, Putin. Your plans are not going to work. Trump may have Air Force One, the White House, his Twittter feed, tanning table, and golden toilet, but his popularity has dropped to the thirties, the clock is ticking, Mueller is coming, and though the market may be bouncing up and down like a yo-yo, the last mid-term election proved that MAGA hats lost and the Electoral College cannot recreate reality.
While the list of Trump’s transgressions is endless, walking up the steps to Air Force One with a piece of toilet paper stuck to his shoe, was emblematic of his presidency. Though he remains insistent about his wall for protection, he didn't bother with protection during sex with a porn star. Nazis are not good people. Dictators are killers. Climate change is a reality. The nation’s intelligence community is accurate. John McCain is a hero.
Then Queen Elizabeth recites a televised Christmas message of peace in front of a golden piano, and the United Kingdom goes bananas.
Would that that were Trump’s only faux pas.
The British don’t realize the suspense Americans suffer every morning in expectation of what daylight may bring from the White House, with his latest tweet probably written while sitting on his golden toilet.
Maybe the gold piano would have been more acceptable to her critics if the Queen had played that piano while singing out her Christmas message of peace, sort of like Vera Lynn singing We'll Meet Again, next Christmas.
By Christmas 2019, all the turbulence of Trump's two years in the White House should be at an end with resignation, impeachment or indictment. The lady named Pelosi is prepared to take the reins of government making wrong right.
Happy Brave New Year!
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