Donald Trump aka “The Donald” has been generating a lot of airwaves and late-night chatter about the prospect of his running for president – and that he might announce his candidacy during the season finale of ‘Celebrity Apprentice’. His right-of-right campaign of “Taking America Back” (sounding more like “Repossessing on a Foreclosed America”) has fired up the conservatives and Tea Party activists to jump onto his campaign bandwagon.
Create Jobs: Well, Trump creates at least 32 new jobs every year – on “Apprentice” and “Celebrity Apprentice”. It’s inconsequential that he ends up firing 30 of them.
Providing a House for every American: Trump has plenty of room to spare. Like when he rented out the land in East Rutherford to Gaddafi when he wanted to pitch his tent and camels on American soil in 2009.
Taxes: “No New Taxes, Read my Lips”…if only we could take our eyes away from THAT HAIR.
Recapture the magic of the White House: Sure, pimp it up and turn it into the “Trump House”. Vegetable garden and swing sets are passé. What about some slot machines and casino card tables in the basement? Will sure help balance the budget.
Expertise in Foreign Affairs: Well, it will be the meeting of megalomaniac minds when Trump gets down with Ahmadinejad, Gaddafi, Al-Bashir or Bashar Al-Assad. Be sure to tune into this ‘reality’ game of Liar’s Poker.
History of Giving and Giving: Oh, that alimony which goes to his 2 ex-wives and the allowances for his 5 kids.
Reaching out to the BRICS: Hey, didn’t he honour India by naming one of his dearest properties as the Trump Taj Mahal? And the Chinese are surely endeared to him on hearing his proposal for a flat 25% tariff on Chinese imports!
Birther: All candidates should carry their birth certificates around for anyone and everyone to verify (BTW, how is different from Arizona’s immigration law?). Why not try just stamping “Made in the US” on when a child is born in the US?
Role Model: Trump has always been the “moral compass for 20-year-olds” – by supporting the Miss USAs in their hour of need.
In a recent interview, Trump said he’d decide whether to run by June. The main reason he might, he said, is that “the United States has become a laughing stock for the rest of the world.” If it is not already, Trump sure is contributing towards it.