Recently I utilized the whitehouseinc.org site to call one of Trump’s properties. I figured, “Let’s all troll the troll.” The guy sounded really sad when he picked up and I asked “May I speak to Donald Trump please?” He responded “He does not live here, this is a residential building branded with his name, I’m just the doorman” and I said “But I can’t call the White House anymore.”
He responded, “Yes I know, many people are calling, I can transfer you to the building manager” and I was like, OK never mind goodbye. It made me feel kind of bad.
I figure that maybe calling buildings simply branded with his name might be going too far. But that ain’t stopping me from calling Mar-A-Lago and his golf courses directly, in fact I think I will call his LA course right now…
UPDATE: I just called the number for Trump’s LA golf resort. Some chick picked up at the restaurant, sounding sad, and I asked for Donald Trump. She hung up.
It made me feel really good.
In this podcast episode, I address the lies from the right about these supposed violent protesters and wonder how the Germans allowed Hitler to do what he did.
I also point out that I don’t think Trump voters are racist, but instead stupid, and mull over the prospects of a white supremacist a few steps away from the Oval Office and the Russians coming to kill us with two very special guests.
Finally, I compare Trump to a mix of William Randolph Hearst and Russell Hantz from Survivor, and read off some mean tweets to President-elect Trump, a buffoon.
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There’s no rule that says the President has to live in the White House full-time.
There’s no rule that says you can’t hire your kids as your White House Administration transition team who also run your blind trust.
There’s no rule that says you have to tell the press corp when and where you’re going.
There’s no rule against the President-elect using his Twitter account to complain about the press.
So I guess shaking things up means discarding tradition and not following the normal unwritten rules. It’s exactly what this country does not need.
My prediction? Well, there’s no rule against having a tiger in the White House as a pet…