I bet if the interviewer had said "What do you think of the Book of Zebubiel?" or something, he'd have said "Oh yeah, that's a particular favourite of mine."Yeah, like when they tried to ambush him trap questions such as "which is your favourite book in the bible?".
He's definitely way way better than thingy who does Trump on Saturday Night Live. Baldwin it is (dunno which one, don't care) right? Well, I guess he looks more like Trump but that's about it. Maybe they should get Jamie Foxx on there instead but... maybe that would contravene that rule they have about how you're not allowed to have anything that is even slightly funny on there.When asked which Death Row artists he likes, he says "all of them"....which is exactly what Trump says IRL when asked for specifics on a topic he pretends to know but is actually clueless about.
Also: "excuse me, excuse me".
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) called his friend Donald Trump "a lying mother----er" but "a lot of fun to hang out with," according to "The Divider," by Peter Baker and Susan Glasser, out next Tuesday. Graham said it with "a what-can-you-do shrug," the authors report — the mindset of so many Trump allies and enablers.
10. Trump Doesn’t Consider Jared a Great OutdoorsmanKushner suggests in his own book that his father-in-law heaped praise on him all the time. But Haberman reports Trump regularly belittled Kushner, at times complaining that he “sounds like a child” and grousing about “fucking Shabbat” when Kushner was observing religious customs. Trump also suggested his son-in-law wouldn’t make it on a camping trip, according to The Guardian:
“Ivanka wants to rent one of those big RVs,” Trump told bemused aides, according to a new book by Maggie Haberman of the New York Times, before gesturing to his daughter’s husband.
“This skinny guy wants to do it. Can you imagine Jared and his skinny ass camping? It’d be like something out of Deliverance.”
According to Haberman, Trump then “made noises mimicking the banjo theme song from the 1972 movie about four men vacationing in rural Georgia who are attacked, pursued, and in one case brutally raped by a local resident.”
"And it was, let me tell you, a brutal dinner," Harrelson said in the article published Wednesday. "Two and a half hours."
So what exactly made their conversation so challenging, according to Harrleson? The 58-year-old said he could barely get a word in.
"Now, at a fair table with four people, each person is entitled to 25 percent of the conversation, right?" he said. "I’d say Melania got about 0.1 percent, maybe. I got about 1 percent. And the governor, Jesse, he got about 3 percent. Trump took the rest. it got so bad I had to go outside and burn one before returning to the monologue monopoly," he said. "Listen, I came up through Hollywood, so I’ve seen narcissists. This guy was beyond. It blew my mind."