Friday, February 10, 2017

Needs More Cowbell

Moments after the ruling Thursday, Trump tweeted, "SEE YOU IN COURT," adding that "THE SECURITY OF OUR NATION IS AT STAKE!"

I think this post needs more cowbell, too. How about some Ivanka?

Conway’s endorsement of Ivanka Trump’s business also highlighted an awkward reality for a White House threatening U.S. companies seeking to move jobs or operations overseas. Nearly all Ivanka-brand merchandise is manufactured in low-cost-labor countries, including China, Indonesia and Vietnam.

That's gonna be awkward around the dinner table when the tariffs go on Ivanka's over-priced crap.

Still, Michael Flynn may turn out to be the bigger gift than Conway.

The emerging details contradict public statements by incoming senior administration officials including Mike Pence, then the vice president-elect. They acknowledged only a handful of text messages and calls exchanged between Flynn and Kislyak late last year and denied that either ever raised the subject of sanctions. 

Do they both work for the Democrats?

An article that touches on the home of more cowbell.

Melissa McCarthy’s frustrated, unhinged parody of White House press secretary Sean Spicer on last weekend’s SNL unsettled the White House and bothered Trump, and her performance was seen as potentially hurting Spicer’s longevity in the job, Politico reported, citing people close to the president.

Yes, a late-night comedian’s performance could affect what Trump does as president — and this is exciting some anti-Trump comedians.

“I was just so excited to hear he was upset about it, because it feels like comedy is a weapon that we can use against them, that they don’t have,” said standup comedian Nikki Glaser.

Keep it up. I don't think Trump has an eating disorder yet.

“His comebacks are so weak,” Kindler added of Trump. “I hope it keeps going. I hope it makes him resign.”

“He can’t laugh it off. He doesn’t get comedy — it’s being misinterpreted by him, but it’s great it’s angering him so much,” said Glaser.

That's all good, too.

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