This last year’s headline from The Guardian is too delicious not to pilfer, “Krispy Kreme-lin: Trump and Schumer trade tweets over Putin doughnut photo“. And it’s still appropriate considering Chuck’s ranting about the Helsinki Summit. But the reality is, judging by the Chuck’s smile, is that all he needs to be BFF’s with ‘murderous dictators’ is a donut. Granted it was a Krispy Kreme donut, but still….
That was Donald Trump’s advice to the American people on Friday as he sought to fight back against a fresh avalanche of allegations about his ties to Russia.
True to his philosophy that attack is always the best form of defence, Trump tweeted an old photo of Chuck Schumer, the Democratic minority leader in the Senate, smiling alongside the Russian president, Vladimir Putin.
I can see this kitty prowling the halls of Lubyanka KGB Headquarters and prison.
What’s the Diplomatic Protocol for a attending a Tea Party Reception with Vlad Putin? Miss Manners says that “If you can’t find an excuse to be in another country, just pretend to sip.”
NBC Reporter, Ken Dilanian sees Russians behind every meme and hashtag. Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my!
Ken–you should turn in you NBC Press credentials for a DNC Press Officer badge. That way you could flak openly for the #DemocraticObstructionistLosers and make excuses for the #SchumerShutdown. BTW. Don't you have any curiosity about who's named in the memo? #ReleaseTheMemo
— ThePublicEditor.com (@TPE_PubEditor) January 20, 2018
While President Donald Trump has been taking incoming on all fronts, Vlad Putin took some vacation days in Siberia to give his tiger, Scaramucci, a work out and to get another manly, bare chested photo.
During the bare chested photo-shoot, Vlad shared some anecdotes with reporters about how he decided to change his tiger’s name from plain vanilla Boris to Scaramucci. He said that after the FSB delivered him the transcript and audio from Anthony Scaramucci’s infamous rant, he knew that the guy was a ‘real’ tiger. So he changed Boris’ name immediately. After all, as President of Russia, he can pretty much do whatever he wants.
“Besides,” he added, “I’m sure that with a little more work I can train Scaramucci to do the Fandango. And wait until I bring that show to the next G-20 Summit.”