News Headline: “Trump claims migrant caravan in Mexico has ‘unknown Middle Easterners.’ ”
News Headline: “Trump calls migrant caravan a ‘national emergency.’ ”
Kids, go get grandpa and ask him what it was like when our country didn’t frighten so easily.
News Headline: “Donald Trump on Ted Cruz: ‘He’s not Lyin’ Ted anymore. He’s Beautiful Ted.’ ”
Add beauty to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.
News Headline: “Gorbachev calls Trump’s nuclear treaty withdrawal ‘not the work of a great mind.’ ”
But understatement is alive and well.
President Trump describing the migrants at Mexico’s southern border:
“These are some bad people. . . . These are some hardened criminals. . . .”
Or was he referring to his advisers?
News Headline: “New York condo building becomes the 7th to remove Trump’s name since 2016.”
Seven buildings down, 19 to go.
Not counting the golf courses.
Easy does it.
One building at a time. . . .
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, whose wealth increased more than $100 million a day last year, has canceled bonuses for his warehouse workers in time for the holidays.
News Headline: “Trump says he hasn’t visited the troops in Afghanistan, Iraq because he’s ‘very busy.’ ”
News Headline: “Donald Trump visits the golf course for 159th time as president.”
The two stories seemed to go together, for some reason.
News Headline: “The media is going easy on Trump.”
The Washington Post should know better.
The media are, media are, media are.
. . . going easy on Trump.
And can it be time for QT’s annual reminder that “flaccid” is pronounced FLAK-sid?
And “vagaries” is pronounced vuh-GAIR-eez?
And “err” rhymes with “fur”?
And “dour” rhymes with “your”?
And “sheik” rhymes with “cake”?
News Headline: “Did Donald Trump inherit a lot of money and then increase his net worth at an unremarkable rate?”
News Headline: “Will Trump build his wall?”
News Headline: “What will Trump do about Saudi Arabia?”
News Headline: “What does Trump do all day?”
News Headline: “Will Republicans grow a spine and restore democracy?”
Yes, no, nothing, collude, ha.
See how easy?
Two out of three U.S. citizens would flunk the U.S. Citizenship Test, according to a new study.
News Headline: “White nationalist leader is plotting to ‘take over the GOP.’ ”
Pssst. A white nationalist leader already has.