This once great (sic) nation is ruining it's already much maligned reputation around the world with it's Trumped up President and First Family that are more like horrible neighbours from the burbs than world class dignitaries.
His ridiculous antics from the stump to the post have been well documented, not unlike a Warhol experimental looping film image of vomit festering on a hot New York sidewalk. And now with his first tour of other nations almost under his belt, there is nothing but ridicule and embarrassment that undoubtedly the many minions of vested American interests are trying to clean-up and spin into something less than the horrible wreck we all had to cringingly witness.
Whether it was with contempt that Melania & Ivanka demonstrated their fashion sensibilities while in Saudia Arabia to the embarrassment of riches that was their forays into Israel & the Vatican (how pious they all became suddenly), one wonders not only at the imminent likelihood of President Trump's dismissal (whether by resignation or impeachment), but also at how this was all permitted...nay encouraged, to happen in the first place.
Notwithstanding the unending and pervasive lies that seem to be coming to the fore day after day, there is much to question about the machinations of the Grand Old Party and their ultimate intentions having selected such a tacky showman for the helm. Could it be that all of this was somehow intended? That somehow those nefarious, old farts who comprise the inner sanctum of the U.S. Republican party had this in mind all along.
One can only hope that such deviousness is behind this degrading romp, otherwise we are left with only other possible answer:
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