Trump just received a nasty surprise in Mar-a-Lago’s magazine


President Trump, who in the past referred to the White House as a “real dump,” prefers to spend as much time as possible at his gaudy golf course at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.

The problem that Trump spends so much time golfing instead of actually working is only compounded by the fact that all of his superfluous trips are foisted onto the backs of the American taxpayers.

However, his next trip down to Florida may be less pleasant for him than expected. A full-page ad run in the Palm Beach Daily News slams Trump as weak, with a picture of him being crushed beneath the weight of the world.

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The ad pokes him for losing the popular vote in 2016, which is an incredibly sore spot for him and one of the reasons he is constantly, pathetically bragging about his electoral college victory.

The ad also says that “he can’t get it up” in reference to his low approval ratings, but is also a clear dig at his sexual prowess, another point of insecurity for Trump that was demonstrated perfectly when he obliquely bragged about the size of his genitalia during his campaign. To ensure that nobody misses the point, the ad includes the hashtag #TooSmallForTheJob.

In other words, the ad is a grabbag of mockery that is short to press all of Trump’s buttons. The Deputy Director of CAP Action shared a picture of the advertisement and also added that the magazine is available for purchase inside Mar-a-Lago, a fact that is sure to incense the president.


The Palm Beach Post reports that the ad was purchased for $6,500 by an organization called Wareham Place LLC. Wareham Place is where Trump grew up. It’s unclear who is behind the LLC.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.