Great satire here:
“He checked all the boxes for suspicious,” one of the agents said. “He definitely didn’t look like someone who should be anywhere near the White House.”
It’s appropriate that the former Hurricane Hanna — now downgraded to a tropical storm since making landfall —is named after a woman.
After all, everyone has been predicting that women would be taking Trump down at the ballot boxes in November, so it’s perfectly fitting that it was a female-named storm that took down his worthless and now so obviously poorly constructed wall on the nation’s southern border with Mexico.
Mother Nature gives and she takes, but only Trump’s vanity believed that he could overcome forces that humans simply can’t control.
Hey, be an optimist...............maybe they'll help keep him contained.Trump loves his walls. He's turned the White House into a fortress. That's like 4 or 5 fences around the perimeter of the White House.
Trump should be lucky he isn't throwing the first pitch for the Miami Marlins (which has practically half of the team (the active roster to be more specific) tested positive for COVID-19), especially given that Trump now lives in Palm Beach, which is within Marlins territory.An hour before Dr. Anthony S. Fauci threw the first pitch at the season opener between the New York Yankees and the Washington Nationals, President Trump stood on the briefing room stage at the White House and declared that he, too, had been invited to throw out his own opening pitch.
There was one problem: Mr. Trump had not actually been invited by the Yankees, according to one person with knowledge of Mr. Trump’s schedule. His announcement surprised both Yankees officials and the White House staff.
After the president’s announcement, White House aides scrambled to let the team know that he was actually booked on Aug. 15, although they have not said what he plans to do. Over the weekend, Mr. Trump officially canceled.