News Headline: “I’m Roy Cohn’s cousin. He would have detested Trump’s Russia fawning.”
A good way to think of Donald Trump:
Even Roy Cohn set the bar too high.
News Headline: “Trump says ‘when I took over the United States’ in reference to the start of his presidency.”
Which adds more urgency to the question:
How should we refer to the end of his presidency?
News Item: “. . . More accusations against Antonio Brown include a previously untold account of sexual misconduct, multiple domestic incidents, a charity auction theft and a seemingly endless list of unpaid debts. . . .”
Note to Republicans:
Don’t get your hopes up.
Too young to run for president.
+ A viscount outranks a baron.
+ Ayn Rand accepted benefits from Social Security and Medicare.
News Headline: “Trump gives stunning display of incoherence.”
News Headline: “Trump calls himself a ‘flexible person.’ ”
QT Abridged Too Far Dictionary of the English Language:
flexible adj. 1. capable of being–ah, never mind.
News Headline: “Naked man carrying beer hides in Indiana cornfield.”
As reasonable a response as any to the news of the day.
News Headline: “The walls are closing in on Trump.”
The headline is from last year.
Add “closing in” to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.