Way down, big trouble, dead!

Today in Trump on Twitter.

Has anyone looked at the really poor numbers of @VanityFair Magazine. Way down, big trouble, dead! Graydon Carter, no talent, will be out!

My, that’s random. No, Mister President-Elect, I haven’t looked at Vanity Fair’s numbers. Why would I? Why do you ask? What does this have to do with your demanding new job as chief executive OF THE FUCKING COUNTRY? Why are you frotting your personal trivial resentments at journalists who dare to see you as you are when you should be 1) doing your job and 2) acting like a god damn grownup?

Twitter told me why he asked: Vanity Fair published a hilariously harsh review of a restaurant in the lobby of his poxy Tower, bashfully called the Trump Grill or sometimes Grille. (Don’t we all wish we could.) I suspect I’ll have to revisit that. The Times says Trump’s hatred of Graydon Carter goes back years.

He may be about to become the leader of the free world, but Mr. Trump still holds a grudge against Graydon Carter that started in the days of Spy magazine and that continues with the magazine Mr. Carter now edits, Vanity Fair.

He still holds a grudge against Carter and he still sees fit to air it in public even now. He’s still that infantile. He’s still that grotesquely thin-skinned and disinhibited and vindictive. That’s just the kind of person we want 1) running the country and 2) able to launch the nukes at any moment.

Thank you to Time Magazine and Financial Times for naming me “Person of the Year” – a great honor!

Ah, good boy, Donnie. That’s better. You’re trying to self-soothe, and yes, that’s much better than tweeting your angry spite to the world. It’s a pity you didn’t try the self-soothing before and instead of tweeting your angry spite to the world, but oh well. Maybe next time. It took you four minutes to think of it and type the words this time; maybe if you keep at it you’ll speed up enough to forestall the vindictive tweets by 2018 or so.

It took him an hour to think up the next one.

The media tries so hard to make my move to the White House, as it pertains to my business, so complex – when actually it isn’t!

No no. That’s not it. The issue is not how complex it is, the issue is the many many many conflicts of interest. Sure, the many many many makes it complex in a sense, but that’s not the issue. The issue is how your lust to make ever more money will pervert your actions as president. The issue is that your many for-profit companies in many countries will interfere with your ability to do your job for the benefit of all of us as opposed to doing it for the benefit of you and your close relatives.

If Russia, or some other entity, was hacking, why did the White House wait so long to act? Why did they only complain after Hillary lost?

That’s an easy one. It didn’t. You’re lying. As usual.

The Times again:

In point of fact, virtually everything in the tweet is misleading — including the spelling of “wait.”

It was originally spelled “waite” – which has since been corrected. (Perhaps there’s a flunky whose sole job is to retropolish the Master’s tweets.)

On Oct. 7, the Obama administration formally accused Russia of being behind the hacking of the Democratic National Committee, of stealing emails from Democrats including Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John D. Podesta, and of leaking them to the public through WikiLeaks and other outlets.

“We believe, based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts, that only Russia’s senior-most officials could have authorized these activities,” the statement said.

The complaints were loud enough that Mrs. Clinton brought them up in the debates, eliciting Mr. Trump’s famous response, “No puppet … no puppet … you’re the puppet.”

But that’s ok, because Trump fans will believe his tweet, because that’s how this works.

Today’s fascist rally is in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Heil Trump!

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