On Sunday, the Associated Press released a full transcript of its absolutely incomprehensible interview with Donald Trump, which yielded 16 unintelligible moments from the blathering ignorant-in-chief.
Political Dig published the wildest detail of Trump’s chat with journalist Julie Pace in a brief article on Trump’s first 100 days in office in which he proclaims “It’s a different kind of presidency.”
As it turns out, President Lazyass had a button installed and programmed on the Oval Office Desk to force a White House butler to hand-deliver Cokes every time you press it.
Trump, who gets his exercise from holding rallies and playing golf and indulges in the worst that fast food has to offer, simply can’t be bothered to get up. And no, he wasn’t being nice when he offered Pace a Coke, he was just showing off his cool toy and drinking himself one step closer to dementia.
In a recent study published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia, researchers discovered a link between the rampant consumption of sugary beverages and pre-clinical markers pointing to Alzheimer’s disease. Not a good sign for the man who repeatedly forgot Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s name at a Wisconsin rally and may have confused him with Ron Paul.
If Trump’s sipping his way toward total cognitive obliteration, perhaps it’s for the best he’s got a special soda butler. The White House has 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms spread out over six floors. Who knows where the Donald would end up if he was allowed to roam free.