1. Tweetstorm. For some reason, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum come to mind. I’m thinking Trump and Kim Jong-un. They have similar silhouettes. And haircuts (because they are weird.)
  2. A lot to unpack. With so much unpacking they could have traveled around the world multiple times.
  3. Line in the sand. If you think Trump has a line, you’re not paying attention. His lines are meant to be crossed.
  4. Lower the bar. Every time I think it can’t go any lower Trump says “Hold my beer.”
  5. The President speaks for himself. He sure as hell doesn’t speak for me.
  6. You can’t make this stuff up. Why not? Trump does ALL THE TIME. Like every day, but mostly while he’s talking.
  7. What the President means. What would you call a Trump version of mansplaining? Trump-verse? Why do they all have to interpret what he says? Is speaking gibberish a requirement on White House CVs?
  8. You have to wonder what he’s thinking. Do you? Do you, really? It’s three things: Fox News, Diet Coke, and boobs or KFC. I think those two are tied for third. Either he is a genius (LOLOL) or he’s clueless. I don’t think there’s an in-between.

Anything to add? I’m interested in what we can come up with.

Exist and resist!

About angelallindseth

Putting the finishing touches on The Contraption, a dystopian novel dealing with conversion therapy and social inequality. It's The Handmaid's Tale meets Divergent.
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  1. Christelle says:

    This morning I got completely fed up with how the news is totally normalizing “cheeto speak”. I don’t know how many times I heard the word deal today on the news. Enough to be thoroughly irritating. I think they started off quoting him as he declared just about everything a “bad deal”, but it seems to now be pervasive in political reporting. Maybe it’s like adopting a trait of a friend you spend a lot of time with? We seriously need to ditch this friend.

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  2. “That being said . . .”, “At the end of the day . . . “

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