Over the course of this election race, it’s remained unclear exactly what type of friend Donald Trump is. But if his ideas about international friendships are anything to go on, we can likely hazard a guess that he’s a pretty crappy one.
“I’ve been thinking about turning evil for a while, you know, going to the dark side,” said a caricature of former Republican presidential Ted Cruz, with great irony.
Using the phrase “know your place” when referring to a woman is almost unequivocally inappropriate. But in this particular case, regarding former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, it is the only phrase that comes to mind.
John Kasich continues to masquerade his Guy Fieri-sponsored food tour of America for a presidential campaign. This weekend, he stopped in at a deli in New York City’s Upper West Side. The Republican presidential candidate, never one to turn down an inappropriate amount of food, quickly went to town.
Donald Trump, as is his wont, gave an absolutely bonkers interview this week, this time to venerate reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa of The Washington Post. The transcript, which reads like the transcript of a young child’s screed about wanting to be king of the playground, is chock-full of bizarre ramblings from the Republican presidential frontrunner. And through it all, Woodward and Costa try in vain, sometimes hilariously so, to get a single coherent answer out of Trump.
At long last, Donald Trump has admitted that he will probably not support a Republican nominee other than himself. “We’ll see who it is,” Trump said on Tuesday night. “I have been treated very unfairly.” This, of course, comes after he pledged to support the Republican nominee regardless of who it is.