After this morning’s Twitter meltdown, Trump might be regretting his choice of words. In response to Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury,” Trump has been on nonstop defense about his mental state.
This morning he gave the internet a slam dunk to work with when he called himself a “very stable genius.”
For one, a stable genius doesn’t call himself a stable genius. And it’s just too easy with the horse jokes.
Obama’s former photographer Pete Souza has been on a tear all year, trolling Trump effortlessly and without comment. Here is his response.
Pete Souza just keeps on trolling Trump. pic.twitter.com/WoAwfqU9aU
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 6, 2018
Michael Wolff’s book has taken the world by storm. Since excerpts leaked earlier this week, it’s all anyone’s been talking about, dominating the news cycle.
It features stunning and damning revelations about the inner workings of the Trump White House, not least of all that no one inside it thinks the President is capable of doing the job.
Everyone seems to be knowingly tiptoeing around an incompetent idiot (their words) who is essentially a child (also their words). Hardly the makings of a functional executive branch.
Given the President’s incredibly thin skin and obsession with his own reputation, don’t expect him to drop this anytime soon. He can’t help but make this a way bigger deal than it already is, and it’s already a huge deal.
The headlines about the President’s idiot status and questionable mental state are just going to keep on coming, not least of all because he generates them himself .