Following tight-lipped, blank denials from White House staff, details are finally emerging on Mr. Trump’s recent trials with his credibility rating.
According to polls, the President’s popularity is sliding at 53% disapproval, with credibility a major factor in the latest assessments.
Versus playing four dimensional chess, some now suspect the President’s credibility compares to aged cheddar cheese puffs on the checkers board.
Lightweight Surveys currently has him at .002 credibility on a 10 point scale.
Credibility means it ought to have the clarity of burnt toast.
Former fan Ann Coulter’s remarks that the Chief Executive is a “wimp” plus that “he is the national emergency” have not helped.
*unflinching support of Saudi Arabia’s “Mr. Sawbone Especiale”
*claiming “victory” after massive defeat in the November elections
*pulling troops out of Syria followed by leaving them in Iraq to “keep watch on Iran”
*caving on the government shutdown and getting zip/nada for a whole lot of trouble to ordinary people plus 8 billion in cost
*hiring Eliott “Iran Contra” Abrams for the Venezuela operation, plus giving the impression he is being led around by the nose.
*declaring a national emergency for his wall, already challenged by New York and California State Attorneys, investigations in House Committees, plus protesters in Washington.
No wonder Mr. Trump was intrigued by an opportunity to consult with a representative of CUEE Inc. (Credibility Uplifting Election Erection Incorporated).
This CUEE representative’s business card and her personal remark on it suggested a happy consultation upcoming.
That she lived at the end of a long dark alley walled by apartments would not prevent him from visiting.
Perhaps the stress drove him on down the alley, glancing over his shoulder. Perhaps it was curiosity having seen her image on the business card.
She appeared in her doorway with stiletto heels, short dress slit up the right hand side, sucking a lollipop.
At that very moment, from an opposite apartment, another female flung herself into the scene.
Interviewed after her arrest, this second female said her company was LSND Inc (Longer Stronger Never Dormant).
She maintained she had every right “to compete for the customer.”
Fortunately, Secret Service Agents followed Mr. Trump, and he was saved from the females in the alley tearing at each other’s hair and eyeballs.
Mr. Trump’s credibility values shot up at this very moment due to his heroically standing by in the melee.
However, back home with Melania: “Now I know where you went last night!”