“He’s a Grandstander. A Showboat.”

May 14, 2017 By: El Jefe Category: Trump

Why, yes he is.  You can’t make this up.

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13 Comments to ““He’s a Grandstander. A Showboat.””

  1. Maymoon says:

    My husband ( who never comments) snorted when he heard trump say that. Unbelievable, something about a pot and a kettle jumps to mind. Old expression older folks will understand, like priming the pump, not a new expression!

  2. RepubAnon says:

    “Too bad there’s only room for one new superstar…”
    John Bird – Amazin Man


  3. maryelle says:

    Ah yes, Maymoon, it’s the old showboating grandstander piss pot calling the hard working kettle gold.

    El jefe, you couldn’t have chosen more appropriate illustrations of the showboating grandstander. BTW, the seat on that chair lifts up and exposes a comode.

  4. How much will TrumpCo make when all the holding companies have to pay to remove “Trump” from the building?

    How much will it cost America to remove “Trump?” I don’t know,but it’s worth the cost.

  5. Jane & PKM says:

    Air Wad Drumpf has already “treated” us to his idea of ‘fine’ cuisine – steak incinerated to shoe leather perfection drowned in catsup (aka a vegetable in his diet of carbs swimming in fat). That his idea of décor would be a flatulent poke in the eye that he mistook for opulence is no surprise. While Donnie might conspire to be a Romanov, there isn’t a chance in hell that he’d ever master the subtlety of a Faberge egg. Yeah sorry; expecting subtlety from a man being finessed by Putin is a cosmic stretch.

  6. “Grandstanding” “Showboater” Hmmm

    So I don’t care for Comey. He exercised the poorest of judgment in speaking aboot Clinton on the eve of the election. That bell could not be un-rung and no one can calculate the real damage done. IMO, the damage was significant.

    But from what I can tell on the televised hearings and from what I read on the authoritative web news sites, Comey was and is, neither. More likely it is that Hair Drumpf is projecting. Bigley.

    That said I look forward to citizen Comey visiting Senate committees and singing his heart out. What Drumpf knew and when he knew it.

  7. One can be a grandstander and still have boundaries, especially when it comes to taste! Anyone who insists on sticking his name everywhere in letters big enough to see from the space station is flat our insecure.

  8. No taste, no class, no judgment. And that seat doesn’t have to lift up to expose an as… Sorry, mama.

  9. Is there some tacky, “showboating” dictator furniture warehouse where Trump and his past fellow travelers bought their furniture?

  10. BARF!! That is as literate a reply as this series of photos deserves.

  11. Laurel Beckett says:

    Vanity Fair (appropriate name, no?) had a nice spread last year comparing Trump’s palaces with those of Saddam Hussein. http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/03/donald-trump-mansions-saddam-hussein-palaces

    Then you can just google palaces of Catherine the Great to see even more inspiration for upgrading your home with lots of gold spray paint, if you can’t afford actual gold.

    If I had that kind of money, though, I’d be looking to the Winter Palace, aka the Hermitage, in St. Petersburg for inspiration. A Matisse or two? Curiously, I didn’t notice any art in Mango Mussolini’s mansion. Just glitter.

  12. Wouldn’t love to be invited to be a fourth at a table occupied by Hair Drumpf, Carl Jung, and Sigmund Freud?

  13. I had the misfortune of taking a sip of iced tea just prior to reaching the last photo of Orange Whore trying to look like . . . well I can’t tell what he thought he looked like, but an energetic spit take resulted.