Donald Trump spent the holidays alone, eating cheeseburgers & rage-tweeting

President Donald J. Trump Makes Christmas Calls

I think it’s really funny that Donald Trump’s federal government shutdown meant that he had to spend the entire holiday season in the White House. He was like a child whose tantrum backfired. Even funnier, he made Melania stay with him at the White House over Christmas, but then she flew off to Mar-a-Lago for New Year’s.

Donald Trump was also on social media throughout the holiday season. I gave myself a Christmas gift and didn’t go onto his Twitter for about a week. But yes, it definitely felt like he ranted all day and all night every day because he was so bored. He must have just stayed in bed, rage-eating cheeseburgers and tweeting. Here’s a classic:

“Known for big, dumb mouth” is cracking me up. So is “Hillary lover!” as a pejorative. Then there was this caps-lock NYE message:

Narrator’s voice: Great things are not happening for our country.

As for what awaits Donald Bigly in 2019 – more chaos, a recession, indictments, and a total horror show. Buckle up.

President Donald J. Trump Makes Christmas Calls


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  1. Ariel says:

    I hope he dies in prison.

    • BigGirl says:

      Perhaps Kanye could be his cellmate? 2019 already feels exhausting with both of them. DJT seems chill (for him) iin response to Romey critique this morning.

      • Diana says:

        Re: Romney… could someone with a better handle on politics enlighten me? It read to me like he was throwing down some kind of gauntlet. Is it a setup for an uprising of a new Republican Party or is he planning his 2020 run? What’s going on with that?

      • Lightpurple says:

        @Diana, it is Romney being Romney. He flip flops to gain favor with whichever crowd he thinks will benefit him most in the moment. While that was making the rounds, his niece, who changed her name on Trump’s orders, was tweeting that all Republican Senators, which includes Mittens, must band together in full support of Trump’s policies.

      • Jerusha says:

        I agree with Diana. My first thought was, “He’s laying the groundwork for 2020.”

      • Who ARE These People? says:

        Yeah that’s all. Romney doesn’t deserve the attention he’s being given. It’s all posturing and positioning. I truly do not believe the major media have learned anything since 2016.

      • Kitten says:

        Ah yes, Mitt Romney: Jeff Flake 2.0

      • Megan says:

        Trump has less than 50% approval rating in the very red state of Utah. Romney is playing to his base and testing the waters for a primary challenge in 2020. I think Flake actually felt compelled to respond to Trump, Romney is just playing politics.

      • Angela82 says:

        Romney is a less likable version of Jeff Flake. Flip flops like crazy and extra annoying with his religious baggage.

    • Jerusha says:

      I hope he ends up in Oz.

      • Megan says:

        IDK, I kind of see him and Melania hopping a midnight flight to Venezuela once Mueller really starts closing in.

      • Jerusha says:

        I think melania wants him dead just as much as we do. And he doesn’t care about her. All those handholding ops mean the prenups been renogotiated and it makes the MAGAts go, “Awww, so sweet.”
        And Oz, the prison. Or Guantanamo. With waterboarding.

    • CairinaCat says:

      I hope he dies soon. With all that rage and cheeseburgers where the hell is his stroke at.
      Good people die way younger than him everyday, I’m more than ready for his life kharma to catch up

      • Pandy says:

        Agree … but only after a HUGE personal and financial humiliation. He’s not getting away that easy.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        if he dies prior to impeachment/going to jail, he will be a martyr for the right

        I want him & his family to live long enough to face some consequences

    • Marjiscott says:

      I hope he does eating a poisoned Big Mac sent by Putin!

    • jan90067 says:

      @Diana: Romney seems like he’ll just be another Flake/Collins. Considering what he said as a presidential candidate, then cozied up to Dump for a job consideration… He goes any way the wind blows. Let’s see if he stands up to Dump and the RThugs & how he votes first.

      I agree with others, he’s definitely laying the groundwork to be a more “acceptable middle of the road” republiTHUG to offer up in 2020

      • lucy2 says:

        This. If he actually votes against him and his policies, then I’ll welcome him as a 2020 challenger, even though I’d never vote for him or any other Republican. But I doubt it, he’s going to be just like Flake and Collins.
        I really hope Collins is voted out. The Kavanaugh stuff was the final straw.

      • Another Anne says:

        Exactly this.

        When Romney ran for governor in Massachusetts, he was suddenly cool with pro-choice. Amazingly, he abandoned that as soon as he abandoned Mass. He morphs his policies to match whatever the situation requires. He’ll be licking Trump’s boots in no time.

  2. Rapunzel says:

    Said it before, and I’ll say it again:

    Old McDonald had a Twitter, ei ei o
    And on that Twitter, he was bitter
    Ei ei o

    With a Leakin’ James, and a Cryin’ Chuck
    Crooked Hills, Little Schitts, the angry Dems have run amok.

    Old McDonald had a Twitter, ei ei o
    And every time he posts a Tweet, we all groan, “oh no!”

    With a witchhunt here, and a fake news there
    CNN, WaPo, New York Times are all unfair

    Old McDonald had a Twitter, ei ei o
    And every time he posts a Tweet, it’s like he’s snorting blow.

    With conspiracy theories and daily lies
    Exclamations, all caps and random a** MAGA cries

    Old McDonald had a Twitter, ei ei o
    And every time he posts a Tweet, he shows what he don’t know.

    With a tariff man here and a rocket man there
    ACA, boarder wall, thanks obama everywhere

    Old McDonald had a Twitter, ei ei o
    And every time he posts a Tweet, he proves he’s got to go.

  3. Jess says:

    Sigh…I’m in small town Indiana for work right now and just got into a fight at the breakfast bar with a 50 year old man (and then his wife and the guy he was talking to) because I overheard him say that “the inner cities don’t represent American values.” I’m so sick of this and so spoke up and said we all represent American values. After a lot of shouting all around, the original a$$ finally said that the proof that the big cities (he changed it) aren’t American is because they vote blue. I told him I vote blue and meet all of his other criteria (of course you have to speak English, be here legally, etc. for him to consider you American) and he said he didn’t think I represented American values either. I want to be more positive in 2019 (and build bridges, not walls, as the wise T’Challa said) but with people like that out there it’s awfully hard. At least this guy found out that a Holiday Inn in a small town isn’t a “safe space” for him to spout his racist ideas.

    • Rapunzel says:

      Ugh, yes, I’m so sick of the rural elitists who think only farmers, miners, factory workers and other middle American types count. We’re all American! And our politics encourages this. I live in rural CA, and it’s far too red because these dairy and farming types think they’re the only important people in the world. I say this as a Woman whose parents are farmers. Thank God they’re relatively progressive Dems.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        “I’m so sick of the rural elitists”

        This x 10000!

        I think it started to get really bad when Sarah Palin did her “real America” pitch. Character is not determined by where you live or what you do for a living.

      • Megan says:

        I’m sick of rural elitists praising Trump’s trade wars and then expecting a government bailout when China stops buying their crops, complaining the government is too big and then expecting the government to solve the opioid epidemic, cheering on a government shutdown while expressing outrage that USDA offices are closed, etc.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Great points, Megan.

        The tariffs leading to gov’t bailouts of farmers is such hypocrisy. They fail to realize that the US is essentially borrowing money from China to pay for the bailout.

        Not only are soybeans being impacted, but so are chickpeas. Getting out of TPP hurt American farmers more than they realize. The tariffs added salt to the wound.

    • Nev says:

      Good for you for speaking up!!!!

    • Elkie says:

      The big blue cities produce twice as much of the USA’s GDP as all the (more than) 3½ million square miles of the red rural areas put together. Blue states combined are net payers into the country; red states net takers.

      Amazing how Democrat voters are only really considered “American” when the areas run into the group by GOP control get thirsty for the milk of that sweet federal welfare teat…

    • Kitten says:

      Yes to everyone in this thread. So tired of the rural elite mentality. People in cities generally work their ASSES off. Enjoy the economy that we’re sustaining and spare us your Real ‘Murican bullshit.

      And as Nev said, good on your for taking a stand. It’s particularly difficult knowing that it will fall on deaf ears. Sigh.

      • Lightpurple says:

        And, Kitten, we here in the areas surrounding our big blue, majority-minority Sanctuary City Boston, in our blue, smaller state pump a disproportionate amount of money into the federal treasury in comparison to other states. Yet I don’t hear those rural red staters thanking us as they should.

      • Jerusha says:

        Lightpurple. From a state that gets back about $3.35 for every dollar paid in-Thanks! I wish the people receiving the benefits understood that.

      • Kitten says:

        Exactly, LP, which is why when I hear the GOP narrative of “dangerous Sanctuary Cities harboring ‘illegal aliens’ and sucking on the teat of the Federal Government” I want to tear my hair out.

    • CheckThatPrivilege says:

      Within 20 years, less populous states full of people like him will have even more skewed representative power than they do now. By 2040, “30 percent of the population of the country will control 68 percent of the seats in the U.S. Senate.” More rural/agricultural states like Wyoming, Montana, Iowa (crucial as the first test in presidential primaries), etc. wield the same senatorial power as do far more populous states like New York and California. This inherent distortion is anything but fair representation:
      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/politics/wp/2018/07/12/in-about-20-years-half-the-population-will-live-in-eight-states/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.1c8460aee39f

      • Tiffany :) says:

        This is so important. Especially considering that they “broke” the House’s representational ratio that was supposed to balance the power distribution in the Senate.

    • Snowflake says:

      Good for you Jess.

      • Jess says:

        Thanks, everyone. I know I won’t be able to change a lot of these minds but I’m not going to sit there and let these MAGA folks who think they’re the only true Americans spout off their ignorant opinions without at least getting called out on it. But CheckThatPrivilege is right, thanks to our electoral college and the Senate set up, the “red” votes are going to have a lot more power than the “blue” votes in the years to come. Of course, Trump’s disastrous policies and climate change could also upend our entire country in the decades to come! And in the meantime, I’m counting down the hours until I can return home to my nice liberal bubble right in the heart of the Midwest (thank goodness for college towns).

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      Thanks for speaking up. All the stories about the heartland, all the visits to small-town diners, have given these people the impression they’re the “real Americans” so let’s remember the power of mass media to set a (misleading) agenda. If someone showered you with all that attention, you’d think you were important, too.

    • Cay says:

      Not all “rural” people are red, Trump-loving idiots. There are lots of people in those areas who support liberal, blue ideals. It’s wrong, wrong, wrong to group “rural” people into a category like this. I know many people in what are considered “rural” areas who vote Democratic. In fact, if you look at the last voting map, much of the Midwest (“rural”) went blue.

      If you don’t believe me, please read the “Washington Post” article last week about Mollie Tibbets’ mother in “rural” Iowa. She continues to embrace her liberal views even after her daughter was murdered.

      Don’t let the media tell you “rural” is all red. It isn’t. Yes, you encountered jerks in Indiana, but there are jerks in big cities, too.

      • Kitten says:

        Sigh. My boyfriend is from rural Iowa–he and his whole family are progressives so I am well-aware. Nobody here is trying to categorize all rural people as “Trump-loving idiots”.

        The point we were making was SPECIFICALLY about rural people who despise and look down-upon city-dwellers. To them, we are either rich elites living in gated townhouses in NYC or poor, dirty people living on government subsidies. It’s tiring AF and erases a HUGE and diverse working class who live in cities and struggle just to get by. City dwellers are nurses, scientists, teachers, bartenders, house-cleaners, janitors, bank tellers and yes, business people too—and many of us live paycheck-to-paycheck. We ARE part of the largest working class in America and we are not somehow “less American” because we happen to live in a diverse, urban environment–and on that note, please let that marinate for a second: most of these people associate whiteness (or white majority population) with *Real ‘Muricans*.

        And that false narrative of white rural America being the Important People who We Must Talk To was all over the media for a year or more before the election and it has continued for the past two years. It’s not city people who are being asked about who we voted for and why, it’s a faction of White Rural America who’s voice has been consistently elevated and amplified above all and it’s pretty f*cked up when you look at voting maps and see how densely populated urban areas are.

      • Jess says:

        Exactly, Kitten. My family is from a small town and liberal but they’re not the ones claiming that the small towns have the American values. My beef is with the rural folks who claim they are somehow more American than the rest of us. And yes, I’m hoping in 2019 that the “liberal” media stops buying into that BS. I also hope that the media stops focusing only on white guys when talking about the working class – the truth is women and people of color make up the vast majority of the working class but that doesn’t get covered well in the media.

      • Kitten says:

        “the truth is women and people of color make up the vast majority of the working class but that doesn’t get covered well in the media.”

        YES! Remember that historically, women have been erased from the Labor Movement almost entirely. Sadly, even as white women’s impact was being erased or removed, we saw fit to erase black women from the historical narrative as well. Sadly, this is disgustingly typical of white women with a proximity to white, male power.

        But nevertheless, women of all races and creeds have had a powerful and impactful role in organized labor since the 1840s. It would be great if the media spent more time asking women of color why and how the Democratic Party should earn their vote in 2020, instead of clinging to this idea that rural whites will be responsible for saving the party. Sigh.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Well said, Kitten!

        Cay, the original poster wasn’t saying all rural Americans are Trump lovers. She was defending against an attack on urban Americans, not instigating an attack on rural Americans.

        I loved the article on Mollie Tibbett’s mom. I wish more of my Midwestern peers would have read it, but they have a hate-on for the Washington Post.

      • Jessica says:

        My parents are upper middle class and educated who live in isolated rural Kansas. So are their friends there. They are well traveled and open thinking people. Please do not categorize the Midwest like that. I live in Kansas City, have a JD from Georgetown, worked for my Congressman in DC, and I went to a rural but forward thinking high school with a graduating class of 13. We are not all racist and illiterate hicks.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Jessica,
        Maybe I misread, but I don’t see anyone in this thread categorizing all midwesterners as racist, illiterate hicks. They are merely defending non-rural voters from attacks made by rural voters. Jess (OP) wrote, “we all represent American values.”

        It’s odd how actual attacks on urban voters goes overlooked, while non-existent attacks on rural voters gets the attention.

    • Nikki says:

      I live in a VERY progressive, welcoming, Democratic part of NC, but when the state fair came to the capital, it pulled people from all parts of the state. I ended up sitting on a bus next to a guy wearing a Trump cap and a Confederate flag pin. So discouraging!

    • Ashley says:

      Trust me. From Mississippi, live in Tennessee now, surrounded by red voters. You can’t change a guy like that’s mind. You just can’t. Good on you for trying, but it’s a futile effort. I’ve realized the only way out of this is to beat them at the polls not change their minds.

      • Jess says:

        Ashley, I know – part of me hopes I can but I realize it’s impossible (20 years and I haven’t been able to get my stepdad to see reason!). But at least I’m going to make sure that they can’t make these kind of awful, obnoxious statements in public without getting called out on it. No safe spaces for racist a-holes!

      • Esmom says:

        True that it’s very likely that we can’t change their minds but I’m guessing this guy’s encounter with Jess has stuck with him more than he’d care to admit. Being called out in person, compared to arguing via the anonymous internet, can be pretty powerful. I’m sure once he’s safely back in his echo chamber he’ll relax again. Unfortunately.

      • Sadezilla says:

        Ashley, I agree that our disagreement isn’t likely to change someone’s mind when they are invested in believing Individual-1′s lies, but I think there’s value in telling people when their rhetoric isn’t OK. Individual-1 has made some people a lot bolder in spouting their racist/prejudiced (or insert another deplorable characteristic) views, and it needs to be named and shamed.

        Example: I went to my brother-in-law’s aunt’s house for Christmas Day, and their apparently racist friend was going off about minorities. He has been at their Christmas for as long as I’ve been going and I knew he was hard-line conservative, but I hadn’t previously heard anything overtly racist from him. I’m pretty sure he now thinks it’s OK to say racist things as long as no minorities are present.

      • Megan says:

        I attended an organizing conference last year and an activist had really great advice – the way to move people is one inch at a time. Find one inch where their minds can be changed and then look for the next inch. No one is going to change their beliefs all at once, it is an inch-by-inch process.

        Right now my one inch is getting Republicans to agree that covering preexisting conditions is a good idea.

    • dahlia6 says:

      I’m the daughter of a coal miner and come from a coal mining family and let me tell you something, I have learned to hate living in the area that I live in because, for all the braying these folks do about having good american values and being for the little guy, they will roll over for any millionaire that blows smoke up their asses about ‘traditional values.’ Its actually amazing. I’ve watched time and time again as people in my area have shot themselves in the foot over and over again to spite people trying to help them, just because they don’t spout the party line. It’s insanity and I feel like I’m dying here.

      • Kitten says:

        I will never, ever understand why they do this. It’s crazy to me that they think they have more in common with some rich, white One Percenter than they do with fellow members of the working-class. I hope you can get out of that environment because it seems like it’s really weighing you down, dahlia.

      • Megan says:

        I think coal country gets its own category. Based on my political experience with Democratic politics in WV, coal has long been more about culture than economics. Republicans excel at culture wars so of course they are going to promise the glorious return of six figuring mining jobs and renewed respect for coal communities. Democrats talk about job retraining and new industries and that just doesn’t play to deeply ingrained (and often false) beliefs about the glories of coal.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        ” all the braying these folks do about having good american values and being for the little guy”

        Yes! In Iowa, there’s so many that vote for the GOP who has only helped corporate farms to eat family farms, to allow corporate (and foreign) meat producers contaminate the state’s drinking water. The GOP has watched Trump’s tariff war as it guts the soybean market.

        How rural Americans can trust the GOP after they are consistently treated like lambs to slaughter, I will never know. The GOP isn’t the friend of the working class person or the farmer or the miner. I don’t know why they keep eating the lies.

    • Canber says:

      Fuq that cooter. You (and I, and others) are not required to endure the emotional burden of understanding people like him and building bridges.

      I’m getting too old to be suffering fools. The bigotry and logical fallacies are unacceptable.

  4. grabbyhands says:

    “Last assignment a total bust. Known for big, dumb mouth. ”

    Alex, I’ll take Things We Will Be Saying About 45 After He’s (Hopefully) Been Arrested at the White House and Dragged to Prison for $100, please.

  5. CharliePenn says:

    So Trump Derangement Symdrome seems to be the new phrase these insane people are using when they are confronted with facts and a yearning for decency in the white house. It’s crazy how the talking points proliferate among these right wing nut jobs. Now anyone who is upset about anything Trump is up to lately has Trump Derangement Syndrome…

    • lucy2 says:

      That sounds like a more appropriate term for those willing to believe what he says and thinking he knows what he’s doing.

    • Snowflake says:

      But yet, they cant keep Hillary or Obama out of their mouth. When they say that, say they have Hillary Derangement syndrome

  6. Rescue Cat says:

    McDonald’s cheeseburgers aren’t very good and the ones you get never look like the ones in the pictures. They always look squashed and kinda just slapped togetheir.

    • Starkiller says:

      I recall reading somewhere that he likes to eat McDonalds because no one knows he is coming ahead of time and therefore no one can poison or tamper with his food. No idea if it’s true; maybe he just likes the taste (this is, after all, a guy who eats steak well done with ketchup).

      • minx says:

        I have read that, too.

      • Megan says:

        Yes, it is true, the story comes from Trump himself. There is a McDonald’s across the street from the White House. I wonder if they know all of the secret service agents by name?

  7. Tw says:

    Did you see the one where he compared walls to the invention of the wheel? I can’t keep a straight face when I think about it. He’s so gd dumb.

  8. RBC says:

    I am just picturing 45 angrily stuffing cheeseburgers in his mouth with one hand and tweeting with the other. Meanwhile the long haired guinea pig on his head is hissing and growling because it could not be down in Florida enjoying the sun

  9. Kitten says:

    More tantrums from grandpa. Sigh. Just remember that tomorrow Dems take back the House. If you want to listen to something that may lift your sprits, today’s The Daily podcast lays out what Dems’ strategy could be for the upcoming year– a step in the right direction finally.

  10. Jerusha says:

    Everybody notice how happy melanie/melania was to spend NYE husband free? She’s looking forward to widowhood.

    • Kitten says:

      IKR? This is the happiest I’ve seen her look in quite some time. She’s sh*t but I don’t blame her for being happier without that orange trashbag stuck to her side.

    • Swack says:

      She wasted tax payer money going back and forth. She should have stayed in Washington if it was that important that she go on the trip to Iraq. I’m not paying for her to be happy. She made her bed by marrying him and should lie in it happy or not.

    • jan90067 says:

      I have NEVER seen a pic with her smiling that big before lol. It actually reaches her eyes! lolol

      https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/1065884/melania-trump-news-instagram-new-year

    • jwoolman says:

      Swack- that trip to Iraq was not planned. The original idea was for them all to spend more than two weeks in Florida. When Trump decided to stay in DC (who knows why, he could make phone calls and tweet from Florida), Melania and her son were already in Florida. The Donald called her back to act as a human shield when somebody decided the jaunt to Iraq would help with damage control. There was no point to her staying in DC afterward. The Donald expected to go to Florida himself, don’t know why he didn’t.

      We have to expect travel expenses for the POTUS and family so they can have some semblance of a normal life. And along with travel comes security costs. They can’t be prisoners for four to eight years. It’s especially unfair for children, but also for the spouse. That’s a big chunk of life to lose. It’s all a minor part of the federal budget. Geez, just buy a few less bombs and it’s covered.

      • Swack says:

        jwoolman, I don’t expect him not to take time off or have down time, but he has golfed at least 167 days and has spent many weekends at his resorts, along with Melanie. Not to mention the months she stayed in NYC when he was first president. Too bad if he had to change his plans to stay in DC. He could have gone to Marlargo if he wanted to do so. He knew that Congress had left town and no work would get done. And he could have flown back or had the bill signed there if one was agreed upon. He played the poor me card and I won’t buy it. Sometimes you have to cancel things in life, such as vacations, so other plans may go forward.

  11. Lightpurple says:

    We’re all supposed to be furious that liberal elitist Nancy Pelosi vacationed in that exotic foreign land Hawaii (yes, I know it is a US state but Trumpets seem to think it is a foreign country) while the Orange Voldy was held captive in the White House and people went without pay because she refused to rally the Senate to vote for the Wall. Yes, I know she has no authority over the Senate or over the House either since she isn’t Speaker until tomorrow and Paul Ryan closed the place. MAGAts and Trumpets really present a fascinating, bizarre view of the world on Twitter.

    • PunkyMomma says:

      Did the Obama’s celebrate their Christmas in Hawaii? While he was in office, it was their tradition to go home and spent time with family in the Islands. Wouldn’t even the thought of Pelosi and the Obamas even remotely in the same state have Nectarine Nero blow a gasket? 🤔

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      Even a PBS reporter (Judy Woodruff?) acted at the time as if the Obama family vacationed in an “exotic” and “other” place over Christmas. When he grew up there. In the United States.

      • PunkyMomma says:

        Stunning that so many were ignorant that #44 grew up in Hawaii. IIRC, there was a pic of him scattering his grandmother’s ashes into the water off one of the Islands.

      • lucy2 says:

        I saw someone screeching about their Hawaii trips a few weeks ago on FB. HE GREW UP THERE and still has family there. I think at most, they went once a year at the holidays. It’s infuriating.

    • Beth says:

      My Trumpster neighbor was bitching about Nancy being in Hawaii and not fixing the shutdown. I almost lost my mind when she refused to believe that it’s Ryan, not Pelosi who is the Speaker until the 3rd, so it’s a Republican that Trumpsters should be blaming

      • Sadezilla says:

        “Refused to believe” is the exact right wording. There is a lot of that going on with MAGAs and those who still refuse to dump the Republican Party. But wow… I would have had a rage stroke at that level of denial, only to be compounded by my unbridled loathing of Paul Ryan.

  12. Who ARE These People? says:

    And speaking of total busts, what’s up with that glamour tweet from Melanie? Bizarre demonstration of eyebrow makeup and her new frontal-hair highlight.

    • Jerusha says:

      He’s in DC. She’s in MAL. That makes her the happiest woman in the world at this moment and she’s just gotta share that happiness.

      And I bet Barron has been smiling, too, away from his sperm donor.

      • Who ARE These People? says:

        Ah but of course. But it’s still such a bizarre image for a First Lady to send out to the nation. What is the nation get out of it, to make better eyebrows? She is an idiot.

      • Esmom says:

        WATP, You answered your own question — she posted such a bizarre tweet because she’s a vapid idiot. And lol at “frontal hair.”

    • Natalia says:

      @WhoAreThesePeople:

      And the deplorables dared and still dare to bash Michelle Obama.

      We have a Kardashian for a first lady. Deplorable.

  13. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Only positive that’s come to me from the complete fiasco that is American politics is the undisputable fact that we have so frakking many idiots voting. And the idiot scale is all inclusive. There are bonafide imbecils through to a higher degree of intelligence which indicates academics can sometimes mean absolutely nothing. So too can common sense. In the face of macro government, city politics, civil liberties, constitutional law, general knowledge of American history to include a simple cursory glance throughout decades, too many voters don’t know a damn thing. And what’s worse, they believe the opposite. Our Lord Farquaad, and his voters, live in opposite world. And now…I know it.

  14. Ashley says:

    I feel like “sit back and enjoy the ride” is something the frat boy tells you as he slips the date-rape drug in your drink.

    • jan90067 says:

      Nancy Pelosi’s daughter gave a quote to CNN, that was on Twitter this morning, about her mother (paraphrasing because I’m too lazy to find it again lol): She can cut off your head and you’ll never feel the bleeding.

      So yeah, “sit back DONALD, and enjoy the ride” you a$$wipe!

      #TrumpResign #TrumpIndict #TrumpInHandcuffs #TrumpCrimeFamilyInJail

  15. Eric says:

    Popcorn futures!

    Indictment parades (plural)!

  16. Kat says:

    Just shut up and enjoy it. Spoken like a true sex offender.

  17. minx says:

    I hate him.

  18. Adrien says:

    I know it’s pointless deciphering Trump but what does “fired like a dog” even mean?

  19. Chef Grace says:

    Hopefully he will rage choke on a cheeseburger while on the toilet twitter ranting.
    Headlines ;
    Trump chokes on the shitter while on Twitter.

  20. themummy says:

    He inadvertently created the most meme-worthy slogan for his dumpster fire of a “presidency” and all that (hopefully) is soon to come his way. I can’t WAIT for this one to come back to bite him. Over and over and over. :) #justcalmdownandenjoytheride

  21. Valerie says:

    lol, what kind of jerkoff tweets in all caps about haters and losers? This is who America (not all of you, I know) elected? He was never fit for the presidency. It’s scary to see that he’s lasted as long as he has. Every time I think he’s going to get his ass handed to him, he manages to evade punishment. He cannot be allowed to continue.