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100 Words to Describe President Donald Trump

To quote that eerily prophetic song by The Doors, strange days have found us.

Following President Trump’s alleged appalling manners on the phone in a recent one-sided rant
cordial telephone conversation with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (that’s T.U.R.N.B.U.L.L. Sean Spicer), I decided to embark on some research.

President Trump lets his finger do the talking

From my trawling through the gazillabytes of stories, memes and general WTF-ness about the tangerine clown currently wreaking havoc behind the Resolute Desk in the White House,
in no particular order, here are 100 words used to describe President Donald J. Trump.

islamophobic myopic dictator cunning idiot courageous fascist sexist misogynist hero ignorant bully showoff blunt incompetent outspoken grandiloquent meglomaniac dumb comical bigot satan rude successful selfish disgusting pussygrabber douchebag arrogant fool unfit brilliant wanker ballsy asshat tangerine pompous brave straight-talking clown nuts blowhard plutocrat demagogue chauvinistic repugnant wazzock leader dangerous confident aggressive saviour orange racist brash bombastic egotistical rich inept genius unrepentant trustworthy buffoon truthful xenophobic moron transphobic thug fopdoodle honest bankrupt embarrassing different refreshing boisterous moron opinionated unqualified exciting dishonest loser despicable insane tough intelligent bullish competent appalling genius jerk narcissist warmonger entertaining obnoxious scary dickhead corrupt f*ckwit sociopath

President.

©Steve Williams 2017

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Disability v Gullibility

With great courage and wit, “Dave on Wheels” — a profoundly deaf quadriplegic stricken by Cerebral Palsy — touched the hearts of thousands on Twitter, becoming an internet and media celebrity — and then he died.

What a sick bastard.

No, not Dave, he never existed — it was all an elaborate deceit. The perpetrator of the hoax used the images of one Hunter Dunn who is very real, then created Dave, updating his Twitter feed with amusing asides as he faced his battles.

The website theChive reveals how the fabrication was unveiled by this Blogspot article  “Dave on Wheels Exposed”  —  it’s worth a read. When outed, Dave’s creator posted, “It’s possible that more damage has been done in your reveal than in the original deception”. Really? I call bullshit.

Sounds like this moron is putting himself up as some deity for people to believe in to enhance their miserable lives. Hardly. He’s just a lowlife who has scammed thousands. Not for money — far worse — their emotions.

The saga of Dave on Wheels (that line sounds like a really crap country song) raises an interesting point. Have we all become too gullible? Too sucked in by what’s posted on Facebook and Twitter? The ease in which “Dave” created numerous identities and strung along his Twitter followers and media outlets was quite staggering.

To quote numerous characters from the old Scooby Doo cartoon… “If only they used their power for good not evil.”

©Steve Williams 2012

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