Great Britain's ambassador, to the United States, Sir Kim Darroch, sent secret diplomatic cables to his home office stating Donald Trump was inept, dysfunctional, and stupid.
Ouch! At least he didn’t mention his hair, makeup or girth.
Ambassadors from around the world agreed with the diplomatic cables sent by Sir Kim. They say that any one of them could have dispatched the same secret cable about Trump’s unusual behavior.
It's a pretty sure bet, they have probably already sent similar cables. “And we could all be sacked.”
“Did somebody say I was stupid? Suffering succotash!”
The analysis sent by Darroch were evaluations that no one has disputed, not even Melania Trump. So correct and on the mark, it is believed by many that Sigmund Freud would have rendered the same analysis.
However, Donald Trump and his groupies failed to agree with Sir Kim Darroch’s (or possibly Sigmund Freud’s) analysis. After all, the cables said Trump was inept, dysfunctional, and stupid.
Trump’s schoolyard taunts began, continued and fast-forwarded into another one of his pissy fits. Though he was served a calming Hot Toddy with the double shot of root beer flavoring, Trump’s rants consumed the news cycle, brimming to a flood.
But only after Boris Johnson announced his support for Donald Trump, and the resignation of Sir Kim Darroch, did Trump’s pissy fit stop.
Love letters next? A vote for Boris Johnson will be a vote for Trump. A future Baby Boris Johnson balloon may soon be floating over London, giving Great Britain another piece of Trump World, however inept.
While dedicated public servant Sir Kim Darroch was forced to resign for cabling the truth, former US Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta finally left, without a single negative tweet from Donald Trump.
As a US attorney, in 2006, Acosta signed off on a sweetheart deal of a sentence for confessed child sex rapist and pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, an old pal of Donald Trump.
Forget questions about justice, morality, or right from wrong; this is simply another example of Trump World coming to Number 10.
"And a nightingale cursed in Berkeley Square."
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