The videos coming out of Trump’s disastrous parade will make your 4th of July unforgettable


The Fourth of July is finally here — but President Trump’s childish visions of the grandest MAGA rally of all have not gone according to plan. Intent on hijacking the celebration of our nation’s birth into a carnival of Trumpian militarism and personality worship, the President has been reportedly deeply concerned with the preparations for today’s festivities.

The weather, however, appears to have listened to the petitions of millions of Americans and has decided to quite dramatically and literally rain on the President’s parade.

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Instead of his disturbingly authoritarian dream of tanks driving through the streets of Washington to crowds of cheering and adoring fans, the President got a display of parked vehicles far from the public.


Thunder and lighting raged the entire afternoon, putting both the traditional firework display and Trump’s desired Air Force flyover at risk — not to mention the lives of the speech attendees, thanks to an exceptionally poorly considered

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But it’s not all bad news for everyone. According to CNN’s Jim Acosta, White House officials are secretly thanking their lucky stars, because they’ve been terribly worried that the hastily arranged event would fail to draw enough people, provoking the president’s wrath and insecurities like the poor turnout at his inauguration famously did.

Trump is insistent on giving his speech, so the main event is still going to happen. But it’s going to be a huge blow to his ego to see the muted and thin crowds, and the poetic justice of having his moment ruined so spectacularly by an increasingly volatile climate is too sweet for words to say.



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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.