Now that the three basketball players are out of China and saved from years in jail, LaVar Ball, the father of LiAngelo, is unaccepting of what I did for his son and that shoplifting is no big deal. I should have left them in jail!
Instead of asking them to THANK HIM, here’s what Mr. Trump COULD HAVE TWEETED:
“We are so glad the basketball players from UCLA have been released. If I had anything to do with it, I thank God I had the opportunity to help. Please pray that these guys grow up and realize what a terrible example this set young people everywhere. Not important to thank me, important to apologize to their parents and friends…and UCLA.”
I WISH..as IF he’d ever say anything like this!?
But Trump had to weigh in, prompted by a reporter’s question, of course. Honestly, why would any reporter ask a president about what he thinks of a celebrity sex scandal unless that reporter was pretty sure she’d get a story? And she did.
“I’ve known Harvey Weinstein for a long time,” Trump told reporters outside the White House, as seen in a video posted online by CNN Saturday. “I’m not at all surprised to see it.”
Obviously, the reporter had to ask in response to him: “I asked him how that was different from Access Hollywood tape?”
TRUMP COULD HAVE SAID INSTEAD: “America has big problems, let’s not waste our time with questions like that.” And, if Access Hollywood tapes were mentioned, he could have said “REALLY? Got anything more important than that today?” OR “So, that was a set-up questions? AH, I’ve got it now. Have a nice day.”
BUT, he had to weigh in on HARVEY WEINSTEIN. STOP, Mr. President. Just STOP.
I know Mr. Trump LOVES hubris, and every family who’s lost a family member or a home is “a GREAT family” (What?) and every hurricane is the BIGGEST in history, and every group is ‘thousands and thousands’, etc….but GOOD TOWELS? They’re PAPER TOWELS, how “GOOD” CAN THEY BE??
“They had these beautiful, soft towels. Very good towels,” Trump said. “And I came in, and there was a crowd of a lot of people. And they were screaming, and they were loving everything. I was having fun. They were having fun. They said, ‘Throw ‘em to me! Throw ‘em to me, Mr. President!’”
VERY GOOD TOWELS?
I post this only because he set himself up again….for criticism. AND, mostly, I post this because it shows his personality, which isn’t such a bad thing……
SEE, I THINK THIS HUBRIS ALSO CONTRIBUTES TO HIS GREAT LOVE OF COUNTRY, THAT WE CAN BE ‘GREAT AGAIN.’ ‘THINK BIG…’ ‘THINK GOOD…’ IS IT REALLY SUCH A BAD THING?
BUT TOWELS? 🙂
Late Night host are dealing with the Democrats for their very “unfunny” & repetitive material, always anti-Trump! Should we get Equal Time?
If Trump keeps this up, I won’t need this blog and the world will be a better place. Dare we think he found me and took heed? HA!
70 years ago today, the National Security Council met for the first time. Great history of advising Presidents-then & now! Thanks NSC Staff!
Z: ATTABOY, DONNIE!…Yes Yes Yes~! NO ego about your guy losing….and what a nice congratulations to the NSC! AND Roy Moore said in his acceptance speech that he will continue to support Trump! See what happens when you play nice-nice, Mr. Trump?
KEEP THEM COMING! DON’T YOU AGREE???
But they won’t……..wait for the next installment 🙂
The booing at the NFL football game last night, when the entire Dallas team dropped to its knees, was loudest I have ever heard. Great anger
The NFL has all sorts of rules and regulations. The only way out for them is to set a rule that you can’t kneel during our National Anthem!
Ratings for NFL football are way down except before game starts, when people tune in to see whether or not our country will be disrespected!
No. No. and No. Instead, Tweet Could Have Tweeted:
Instead of the first one: “Booing at the NFL game was loud, let’s face it. This is disagreement and that’s America.”
Instead of the second one: “Not sure a rule against kneeling is appropriate but I’m hoping we address the grievances and don’t have to set rules.”
Instead of the third one: “NFL football needs protection, it’s a great game! Let’s play the game and protest otherwise. This is about America, not the players, not about me.”