Today, Donald Trump called the mayor of Portland, Oregon, a fool. Who is the fool in the mirror? The Mayor of Portland, Oregon, doesn’t look or sound foolish.
Maybe someone else should take a look in a mirror! If he sees a tinted comb-over, wearing orange makeup, with white eye concealer, perhaps that might be the fool.
What do they say about people in glass houses?
While not trying to hang onto the last vestiges of youth, or experiencing arrested development, real men give up the teenage years and welcome grown-up manhood.
Only a fool takes on the cover of an adolescent, and other fools share in his inventiveness. Wow! Look at him making fun of intellectuals, BLM, women, foreigners, liberals, do-gooders, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, and Harris. He's such a clown!
So he watches television all day and can’t perform the duties of his office. He has to bang out his tweets. That takes time. Forget constructive thought, sentence structure, spelling, or purpose; getting even is important to the little kid. Picking fights, inflaming disputes, and tweeting stupidities take time and are important.
He looked a little nervous during the sword dance in Saudi Arabia. As though he was about to yell, “I’ve got bone spurs.” But the dance (if you could call it a dance) finally ended. Whew! Sweat was leaving streaks down his makeup.
But Trump doesn’t get it. He called the mayor of Portland, Oregon, a fool. This mayor is trying to stop the violence and heal his city. Name-calling is adolescent behavior. It doesn’t give dignity to the office of the Presidency.
Trump never won the Presidency or the White House. Putin fixed it for him. And Trump knows it, and all Trump's noise is a distraction. Look over there. Look at that fool.
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