President Trump just had to inform us on a Saturday afternoon about all the things he’s currently ‘reading.’
He went off on all the “geniuses” who apparently helped him win the presidency. Yes, he’s still talking about the election.
“I love reading about all of the “geniuses” who were so instrumental in my election success. Problem is, most don’t exist. Fake News! MAGA”
Danny Zuker, the executive producer of ABC’s Modern Family, didn’t wait too long to post a response. And, it was pretty darn funny.
“I’m pretty sure Putin exists. Hahaha. #You’reThePuppet”
Now, let’s turn our attention to the fact that he actually reads. He previously said he didn’t read books.
“I never have. I’m always busy doing a lot. Now I’m more busy, I guess, than ever before.”
Turns out, Trump has said repeatedly time and time again that he doesn’t need to read books because he has ‘common sense.’ Yes, he actually said that. Trump thinks he can reach the right decisions “with very little knowledge other than the knowledge I [already] had, plus the words ‘common sense,’ because I have a lot of common sense and I have a lot of business ability.”
And, get this: Trump doesn’t even need experts, because apparently “they can’t see the forest from the trees.” Trump just knows what to do and how to do it, and he doesn’t need a book telling him any different.
“A lot of people said, ‘Man, he was more accurate than guys who have studied it all the time.’ ”
Maybe that’s why Trump talks like a third grader. Every other word Trump uses words like “very” and “great.”He calls his political foes weird names like “losers,” “total losers,” “haters,” “dumb,” “idiots,” “morons,” “stupid,” “dummy” and “ disgusting.”
It’s also probably why Trump’s grades in school weren’t that great. Previously, Trump has stated that he was ‘first in his class’ at Wharton in 1968. He has repeated the claim several times to various publishers and news agencies, including the New York Times who he accuses of “fake news.”
Guess what? Trump didn’t graduate first in his class. Not even close.
In 1968, the Daily Pennsylvanian published a complete list of the 56 students who were on the Wharton Dean’s List that year – and nowhere can Trump’s name be found. That means, not only was Trump not first in his class, but he wasn’t even anywhere near the top 15 percent.
In any case, we’re glad to hear that President Trump has changed his mind about ‘reading.’ At least, he’s not just watching T.V. and playing golf all day.
Reading is fundamental, kids. Stay in school.