February 1, 2023

Trump just disrespected Boeing plane crash victims with callous and bizarre “advice” for the company

- Advertisement Above -

This morning, the president began his week with what is now a very familiar routine — his Twitter comments on the cable television news shows that he spends the majority of his executive time watching.


As usual, the president couldn’t make it hours into his day without saying something horrendously callous and disrespectful to grieving families. After watching what we can only assume was a report on the woes of Boeing’s malfunctioning new plane and the backlash to the hundreds of crash deaths that the Trump administration’s irresponsible lack of oversight is partially to blame for, “President Deals” took to the internet to offer his advice to the embattled company.

Sponsored Links

It’s unclear what exactly he’s trying to say here; but it appears that he’s comparing the disastrous plane crashes that killed 346 people to his presidency, which is admittedly not an inappropriate metaphor.

While it’s true that Donald Trump has been very successful in turning his name into a brand and using it to cultivate his ersatz image of a successful businessman, it’s obvious to anyone and everyone that it’s going to take more than “rebranding” to rebuild the image of a company that ignored the warnings of their own pilots and failed to take action to prevent — and we cannot stress this enough — the entirely preventable deaths of nearly three hundred and fifty people.

Sponsored Links

But it’s very telling that to Donald Trump, those deaths mean absolutely nothing and are just a minor bump in the road that can be smoothed over with something as superficial as a rebrand and some, uh, “great new features.”

Of course, it might be the $1 million Boeing donated to his inaugural committee and all the CEO’s visits to Mar-a-Lago that spurred the president to make this reprehensible statement.

Sponsored Links

Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

Sponsored Links