I’m ENTIRELY in favor of letting Oz practice (and it WOULD be “practice”) on the likes of the orange mistake.
Thank you all for voting.
Better call Ronald Dion DeSantis.
No. Call plumbing. They’ll get rid of this clog.
Time for trump to do a nixon and disappear from sight. (I can dream. can’t I?)
I would have expected to see a puddle beneath his body
Will somebody draw a Chalk outline around trumpie the clown please !
Git him back on his feet, we need him running for POTUS.
Trump’s last words? “I’m melting…”
Yeah, let the good doctor prescribe some more quack nutritional supplements, that will sure help the patient.
Are the ladies pictured, illegals working at Mara-a-lago.
Just use your mop to splash some water from your bucket on his face to wake him up. That should wake him up and don’t worry about repercussions, he won’t notice you, you’re just hired help.
“Well, I think if they win, I should get all the credit,” Trump told NewsNation. “If they lose, I should not be blamed at all.”
Unfortunately for Trump, he did not get what he hoped for. Instead the former president has seen conservative news outlets, the Rupert Murdoch-owned ones in particular, turn on him, in some cases with gleeful abandon.
“Trumpty Dumpty” blared the front page of Thursday’s New York Post, the tabloid Murdoch has owned since 1976. Editors went so far as to mock up Trump as Humpty Dumpty, his enlarged orange head stuffed into a white shirt and a signature red tie.
Next to the picture of Trump as an egg perching precariously on a brick wall, the text goaded: “Don (who couldn’t build a wall) had a great fall – can all the GOP’s men put the party back together again?”
The Post cover offered the most visceral insight into Murdoch’s thinking, and its contempt was far from an outlier in the mogul’s news empire.
“Trump Is the Republican Party’s Biggest Loser” was the verdict of the Wall Street Journal’s editorial board. A subheading added: “He has now flopped in 2018, 2020, 2021 and 2022.”
The piece was just as scathing as the headline; running through nine races this November, the paper said Trump had effectively tanked through his continued election denial, his various wars with more moderate Republican candidates and his general unpopularity nationwide.
“Since his unlikely victory in 2016 against the widely disliked Hillary Clinton, Mr Trump has a perfect record of electoral defeat,” the editorial said.
“The GOP was pounded in the 2018 midterms owing to his low approval rating. Mr Trump himself lost in 2020. He then sabotaged Georgia’s 2021 runoffs by blaming party leaders for not somehow overturning his defeat.”