There are questions about the future of the White House Correspondents Dinner.
This is speculation with no basis in fact or reality (which is so refreshing!), but I have a theory as to Donald Trump’s end game:
Piss off the nuclear powers enough that they nuke his properties world wide. Then Trump can collect on the insurance and cash in on their inflated prices! It’s Darryl Issa on steroids!
Since President Elect Trump has threatened to blow up thawing US Cuba relations, there are two options for preventing that. Cuba can:
- Enact significant human rights reforms leading to an open, multi-party democracy
- Open a Trump Resort and Casino in Havana
If you’ve seen pictures of Laura Ingraham apparently giving a Nazi Salute, you may wonder if it’s legit. Photoshop? Catching a wave at the right moment?
Fortunately, someone caught the whole thing.
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) July 21, 2016
At what point do you think she thought, “Oh, Crap. Gotta turn this into a wave?”
Sorry, Mr. Walken.
Does this make Sanders a corporate sellout?
The Boston Globe put out a story of how disorganized the Trump Campaign is.
In the middle of a workday this week, Trump’s state headquarters was locked, windows covered in paper, and displayed a note for visitors to call a phone number for access. By the door, there were about a half-dozen large blank posters, with this message clothes-pinned to the boards: “For the Donald Trump campaign. He’s embarrassing, but he’s ours.”
Donald Trump met with GOP members of Congress today. There were some moments:
Another Republican in the meeting Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) told TPM that Trump was asked pointedly if he would defend Article I of the Constitution.
“Not only will I stand up for Article One,” Trump enthusiastically stated,
according to Sanford. “I’ll stand up for Article Two, Article 12, you name it of the Constitution.”
Sanford said Trump’s lack of knowledge about how many articles exist, gave him “a little pause.” (The Constitution has seven articles and 27 amendments.)
Maybe Trump could hire two Corinthians to teach him basic civics.