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Saturday, 19 March 2016

Saturday Morning Confusion: The Legend of Drumpf!

Dear Readers:

According to the "Perspective Research Department," after doing an exhaustive psychological profile, it was determined that Donald Trump doesn't really want to be the President of the United States after all! (POTUS)

Seems 'The Donald' doesn't want to do the actual job of POTUS .............., he just likes the title!


AND SINCE WE'RE ON THE SUBJECT:  How Trump Would Deal With A Crisis: A One Act Play By Donald Trump

 by Matt Kirsch

In a phone interview with MNBC’s Morning Joe, Trump recently said that his top foreign policy adviser would be himself ..........., because ........, “I’ve got a very good brain and I’ve said a lot of things.”


To help paint a better picture of how a President Donald Trump might handle a foreign policy crisis, we uncovered a one-act play written by Donald Trump himself. (See below.)


MEANWHILE: Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County is relishing the opportunity to host Donald Trump at a rally on his own turf Saturday — and serve as the muscle at the same time.
After taking a few days off from his long streak of attention-grabbing rallies, Trump is cranking back up this weekend, and has scheduled one of his events right in the backyard of the long-serving and controversial Arizona sheriff. 
“Here I’m gonna be kinda wearing two hats — in charge of the security there in the town and also participating, I would imagine, with Trump in the rally, so it makes it interesting,” Arpaio said in an interview with POLITICO, adding that it “is going to be a lot of fun taking care of business there.”Arpaio, who officially endorsed Trump back in January, said that he’s expecting protests at Saturday’s event. But the 83-year-old sheriff who has repeatedly been accused of racial profiling Hispanic residents says Trump’s clashes pale in comparison to his own.
Arpaio has long been a controversial figure both in Arizona and nationally. The sheriff and his deputies were found to have violated the constitutional rights of Latinos in 2013, and in 2015 the federal ruling was mostly upheld. And he’s been sued multiple times. Since he took office in 1993, he’s cost taxpayers $142 million in legal expenses, settlements and court awards, according to the Arizona Republic.Yet, the man who calls himself “America’s toughest sheriff” has been reelected six times and he’s going for number seven. Trump, who deals with nearly constant protesters and is no stranger to legal fights, has reveled in Arpaio’s endorsement, bringing him up almost constantly on the trail.


The more things change, the more they stay the same: Waaaaaaaay back in a 2011 interview on the Joy Behar Show, Andrew Breitbart offered up this assessment of Donald Trump, describing him as a self-interested master manipulator of the media.
“I think Donald Trump — and I don’t say this in the negative sense — is for Donald Trump, and right now he’s doing an amazing job of promoting his brand. He’s utterly entertaining. He’s winning, a la, you know, Charlie Sheen, playing the media for what it is. It’s obvious,” Breitbart told Behar.

In 2011, Breitbart seemed keenly aware of Trump’s power over the media, telling Behar, “Well, the other candidates are starting to realize what they should have realized, I don’t know, 40, 50 years ago when Ed Sullivan got on the air, is that media is everything, and that these guys don’t understand that a Donald Trump can go out there, know how to play the media and rise through the ranks when two years ago he was supporting Nancy Pelosi.”

He compared the Trump show to a circus.
“Look, entertainment uber alles,” he said. “He’s very entertaining. You’re enjoying it, I’m enjoying it, and I didn’t like it when I would hear people on the right doing it. But now that it’s become sort of like the center ring at the circus, I’m sitting back and I am enjoying it.”

(If they only knew then, what we know now!)


COMING IN THE NEXT WEEK OR TWO: A new series called: "Inside the mind of a master procrastinator!"