Odd Thoughts: Twelve days of Trump mess

On the first day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

His image on a flat screen TV.

On the second day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Two America First hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the third day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Three Mexican Walls, two America First hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the fourth day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Four foreign deals, three Mexican Walls, two America First hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the fifth day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Five o-range hairs, four foreign deals, three Mexican Walls, two America First hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the sixth day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Six silly statements, five o-range hairs, four foreign deals, bills for all his walls, two ugly hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the seventh day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Seven senseless gaffes, six silly statements, five o-range hairs, four fallen deals, bills for all his walls, two useless hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the eighth day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Eight deported immigrants, seven senseless gaffes, six silly statements, five o-range hairs, four fallen deals, bills for three more walls, two worthless hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the ninth day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Nine nuclear threats, eight deported immigrants, seven senseless gaffes, six stupid statements, five o-range hairs, four fallen deals, bills for three more walls, two silly hats, and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the tenth day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Ten teetering economies, nine nuclear threats, eight deported immigrants, seven serious gaffes, six stupid statements, five o-range hairs, four

stupid deals, bills for still

more walls, two goofy hats,

and his image on a flat screen TV.

On the eleventh day of his presidency Donald gave to us:

Eleven financial felons, ten teetering economies, nine nuclear threats, eight deported immigrants, seven stupid gaffes,

six stupid statements, five stu-pid hairs, four stupid deals, bills for stupid walls, two stupid hats, and I can’t afford my stupid TV.

On the twelfth day of his presidency Donald gave to us… a lot more Canadian citizens.

 

 

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