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Trump is lonely and crazy in his bunker

PALM BEACH, FL - FEBRUARY 04: Palm Beach County Sheriff officers with some in riot gear keep protesters against President Donald Trump back from the entrance to Mar-a-Lago Resort where the president is staying for the weekend on February 4, 2017 in Palm Beach, Florida. ÊPresident Donald TrumpÊis on his his first visit to Palm BeachÊsince his inauguration. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Police keep protesters back from the entrance to Mar-a-Lago Resort where Donald Trump was staying. No well-wishers in his travels | Getty Images


Popular vote loser Donald Trump can’t leave his bunker without being reminded how much people hate him, and he doesn’t even have a family to lean on—because they hate him too.

Usually around 6:30 p.m., or sometimes later, Mr. Trump retires upstairs to the residence to recharge, vent and intermittently use Twitter. With his wife, Melania, and young son, Barron, staying in New York, he is almost always by himself, sometimes in the protective presence of his imposing longtime aide and former security chief, Keith Schiller.

Does his body guard rock Trump to sleep? Holy shit, that’s pathetic. It would be sad and tragic if he wasn’t so f’n dangerous.

Cloistered in the White House, he now has little access to his fans and supporters — an important source of feedback and validation — and feels increasingly pinched by the pressures of the job and the constant presence of protests, one of the reasons he was forced to scrap a planned trip to Milwaukee last week.

“Cloistered” is one way to put it. Another would be “hunkered down in his bunker.” His supporters aren’t feeling particularly motivated to show support for the lunatic in the White House. Meanwhile, the protests are working—he knows we’re out in the streets, he knows we’re not going away, he knows we’re legit (no matter what his propaganda arm says), and it’s killing him. He needs adoring crowds, and he’s getting the opposite. And while President Steve Bannon might not care about protests (he wants chaos), his useful idiot Trump does.



Trump won’t survive four years in the White House. Surviving this year feels like it would be a miracle. The only question is how he goes out: in a straitjacket, in handcuffs, or in an ambulance.

By kos

3 thoughts on “Trump is lonely and crazy in his bunker

  1. “in a straitjacket, in handcuffs, or in an ambulance”
    AMBULANCE? I suppose he could stumble — as us old guys sometimes do — and fall down the White House stairs…


  2. He deserves to be lonely. His former stripper wife must bore him, his son by her has issues. What a ridiculously silly man/boy. Does she have enough sense to be embarrassed by those nude pictures? Maybe he thought he could promote them in the White house. I am rambling.

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  3. i DONT believe he ever had any intention if wasting his golden years with the burden & weight of the AMERICAN GOV, on his back… that is why the rapid fire, EX ORDERS, the horrible REICH WING representatives, he has named , the HEDGE FUND CEO’S, the swamp, he has made comfortable in HIS DUCK DYNASTY CABINET… he has done in this short period of time, what the Republican Party, has been trying to undo, like Food Stamps, Welfare, PP, etc.. for years.. including the 3rd rail, SOC SEC….. scorch the ground America is built on…and as per pres elect bannon’s, conspiracies, on how the world should be cleansed, they are preparing for the speech…”’I NEED to abdicate and spend more time with my family & money,””.. then SKIPS out the WH door, saying…..’SEE YA SUCKERS”…

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