Trump and his Italian connections



“Unpopular orange blunt object of a President Donald Trump had a press conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni recently. It’s hard to screw up a press conference introduction but the wannabe tiny-handed model did just that.

Through the ages your country has been a beacon of artistic and scientific achievement. That continues today. From Venice to Florence, from Verdi to Pavarotti—friend of mine. Great friend of mine.—These bonds…

As an American I want to jump out of a window every time he speaks as president. Not since George W. Bush came on the scene has someone seemed so thoroughly unimpressive. He’s also an insane liar and, as the Independent in England reports, Pavarotti’s widow and his family can’t stand the guy—and they don’t imagine their late great Luciano could either.”  [Walter Einenkel @]


Trump has boasted of calling him friend

(Though ten years in his grave) Pavarotti.

But did Trump confuse Sing Sing with song

And was thinking instead of John Gotti?


Filed under: opera, The mafia


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  • With GWB, it was attributed to dyslexia or the effects of being sotted at Yale.In a prior comment, you said the current was not the latter. Unlike Bob Schneider, I think the least of Trump's problems is being Mr. Malaprop.

    But I'll throw you another puzzlement. While doing some research on the Heritage Foundation for HHH Is My Hero, Google News had that some progressives had a demonstration at the Heritage Foundation HQs. However, all the cited sources were right wing. Does that mean it didn't happen, the news media thought it wasn't news, or the progressives didn't get the publicity they wanted?

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