This just keeps getting worse for Donald Trump

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I wonder what the inside of Donald Trump’s mind looks like. I picture it as a zany place – a sort of brightly colored garden of freaks. I see it as a place where simpering creatures run amok, scampering around telling assolini how great he is. All the time. Every day In the realm of lunacy, that is the brain of the lord of the lies; every creature he imagines, always says yes to his every want and need..

Whatever assolini wants – he gets. It is a world of imaginary supplicants, of creatures bright and vivid, catering to the needs of the Non- Emperor with no clothes.

In reality, of course, assolini’s world is imploding.

This week has been an especially bad one for his royal golden toilets.

First off, Maga is freaking out. Trump endorsed Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania, breaking the hearts of cultish Trump supporters everywhere who do not yet appear to have gotten over said betrayal.

And then there is his equally dreadful enforcement of JD Vance. That, too, did not go over well.

In fact, some in the world of Trump — the REAL world — are reportedly so upset they’re begging Trump to take back his endorsement of Vance.

Then there is his ongoing tirade against NY AG Letitia James. Trump cannot stop verbally attacking her. Could it be because he’s terrified of her? Sounds reasonable to me. She’s living in his head rent-free.

And then we come to the disastrous Piers Morgan interview. As I write this, the promotional clip had been viewed over 3 million times.


No matter what really happened in said interview, Trump does not come out of it looking at all good. In fact, he looks like the loser he is. So this has no doubt been the week from hell for assolini. And judging by the looks of things, there will be plenty more where that came from.

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