New game in town

Last week the Snowflake-in-Chief had a good day. Actually, it was a good hour or so. He put together complete sentences and forgot to brag about his penis. Did that ever make me look foolish! Prior to his talk to Congress I made some ridiculous predictions:

Donald Trump will be addressing Congress. Who wants to bet he’s going to get around to telling us how great he is, how smart he is?

Was I ever wrong! What’s worse is this was Facebook, and everybody knows when you post something on Facebook, it’s there for centuries. There’s no way you can ever take it back. Putting something on Facebook is like chiseling it into the concrete steps at the county courthouse.

Wait. Wait! I just received amazing news. When you post something on Facebook you can later go back and delete it. What a life saver. Fortunately in this case that turned out not to be necessary:

Trump angry and frustrated at staff over Sessions fallout

By Jake Tapper, Jim Acosta, Jeff Zeleny, Sara Murray, John King and Gloria Borger, CNN

Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump is extremely frustrated with his senior staff and communications team for allowing the firestorm surrounding Attorney General Jeff Sessions to steal his thunder in the wake of his address to Congress, sources tell CNN.

“Nobody has seen him that upset,” one source said, adding the feeling was the communications team allowed the Sessions news, which the administration deemed a nonstory, to overtake the narrative.
On Thursday, Sessions recused himself from any current or future investigations into ties between Russia and the Trump campaign after it was reported he had met with the Russian ambassador to the US, something he had previously failed to disclose.

Of course, by Saturday the President had settled down. He was completely over this minor disappointment, returning again to his old self, the Donald we have all come to know and to love:

15h15 hours ago

15h15 hours ago

15h15 hours ago

He even had something nice to say about Arnold Schwarzenegger:

Arnold Schwarzenegger isn’t voluntarily leaving the Apprentice, he was fired by his bad (pathetic) ratings, not by me. Sad end to great show

It just goes to show the newly-elected Snowflake has, after six weeks on the job, finally gotten his priorities in  order. Leaving room even  for this:

Who was it that secretly said to Russian President, “Tell Vladimir that after the election I’ll have more flexibility?”

Whatever that means.

We are all glad to note the newly-elected president has also mastered the English language, down to the correct spelling of “tapp.” This is just getting started. Keep reading.

And may Jesus have mercy on our souls.


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