Sunday, March 11, 2018

He’s A Sleeping Son Of A Bitch

The White House is switching into campaign mode as it seeks to protect the GOP’s congressional majorities in the 2018 midterms.
Ahead of the midterms, with election prognosticators increasingly forecasting a blue wave that could produce the first Democratic-controlled House since 2010, President Trump is gearing up for a fall blitz with aides saying he plans to hit the campaign trail for Republican candidates four, five or even six days a week starting around Labor Day.
President Trump went to Moon Township in suburban Pennsylvania on Saturday for GOP House candidate Rick Saccone, who is running neck-and neck with Democrat Conor “Lamb the Sham” Lamb ahead of next week’s special election. 
The White House says it’s been inundated with candidates seeking the President’s endorsement and aides are eager to get him on the campaign trail. “There’s a desire by these candidates to have the president out on the trail,” said White House political director Bill Stepien. “He takes that responsibility very seriously as the leader of the party and, most importantly, to help elect the people who will advance his agenda.”
The New York Times said of the rally,”[it] seemed to reveal a President happier than he has been in weeks, his mentioning of the new slogan [Keep America Great!], which he had alluded to for months but never before highlighted, pointed to the challenge he will face in 2020. While he will argue that he has done much to restore the country to greatness, he will have to make a case that there is enough left undone that he should be given another term to finish the job.”
“The President said he loved his original ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan, but that he already had to think ahead. ‘I can’t say Make America Great Again because I already did that,’ he said.”
“He emphasized that it was ‘our’ slogan, noting that his supporters helped make everything happen.”
The President went off teleprompter mentioning remarks he made during a 1999 appearance on “Meet the Press” where he talked about North Korea.
“You ever see the story? Where it’s 1999. I’m on ‘Meet the Press,’ a show now headed by sleepy eyes Chuck Todd. He’s a sleeping son of a bitch, I’ll tell you. And they showed it this morning, 1999, and I’m talking about North Korea, ‘You gotta take them out now.’”
“And then they have [Bill] Clinton saying, ‘We are pleased to announce that we have made a deal with North Korea,” Trump continued. “Well, you know how that deal turned out, right? We gave billions and billions of dollars and lots of other things. And we got nothing. But they show me young, handsome. I said, why couldn’t I look like that today? I should’ve run back then, right?”
Of course, this is not the first time Todd has been mocked for his fatigued appearance:

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