Millions have tried to demean President Donald Trump with angry name calling. Most of the people who hate Trump have broadcast their rants across the broad spectrum of social media – Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and more. They’ve even created hashtags for all the injustices Donald Trump stands for. Lots of racist this and sexist that. Someone even called him a pedophile once.
Unfortunately the creativity ability of most anti-Trumpers is either non-existent or stifled by their overwhelming anger. The verbal mediocrity of those who don’t laud Donald Trump means that no angry name caller has ever managed to create an all-embracing insult that adequately suits every occasion.
However, Daylin Leach, a Pennsylvania State Senator once called Trump a “facist, loofa-faced, shit gibbon.” Now this single insult says it all. Fascist, loofa-faced, shit-gibbon is truly one of those defining moments in name calling. Not only is it evocative and creative, it’s also ridiculous enough to be memorable.
And since he constantly volleys verbal abuse at people on a daily basis Donald Trump deserves it. Kudos to you, State Senator, Daylin Leach.
It’s more than okay to hate Donald Trump. But if you’re a journalist and a Trump obsession is all you got, then that’s a problem. Unless you’re on an ITV late night show with a guaranteed contract that is. Your next million is guaranteed. Go right ahead Piers, exorcise your personal demons.
Piers Morgan interviews Donald Trump
Trump association is a dangerous game for a respected journalist. You risk being labeled a Nazi with an ulterior motive. Or worse. However, whilst this isn’t the first time a world renowned journalist has developed a hard-on for a sitting President Piers Morgan doesn’t seem to care. Lets face it ALMOST everybody can get away with blind Trump bashing these days, especially for a round of cheap applause.
This interview took Piers Morgan more than a year to arrange but last week, in a small conference room at the Davos World Economic Forum, he finally had his chance to put Donald Trump on the spot; question the most powerful world leader of all – the president of the United States.
In his first British TV interview Piers asked the US President how he feels about the women who think he is the worst kind of sexist, misogynist pig.
“Well, I am for them and I think a lot of them understand that. Hmmm. I’d say the number of women on those marches who understand that could be written on the back of a postage stamp”.
When Piers asked him for his thoughts on gender equality and a woman’s right to feel safe in the workplace Trump redefined Pier’s question, saying:
“I think they want to feel safe at the border. I think they want to see our military get much stronger. Women want to see… a strong law enforcement. I’m very much a law-and-order person. There’s nobody better than me on the military. I think women really like that. I think they want to be safe at home, in many different respect”.
Just so as you know, in politico/PR speak answering an entirely different question to the one you were asked is called bridging.
Donald Trump has made some surprise statements in his time. But nothing comes close to his admission to Piers – that he is not a feminist. When Piers asked the President if he identified himself as a feminist Trump smirked as if the idea was as ridiculous as the question.
“No, I wouldn’t say I’m a feminist. I mean, I think that would be, maybe, going too far. I’m for women, I’m for men, I’m for everyone. I think people have to go out, they have to go out and really do it, and they have to win. And women are doing great, and I’m happy about that”.
Trump’s comments probably now justify a ton of outrage by feminists across the world. Don’t feel obliged to agree but if nothing else, this interview shows there is justification for Trump hate. Maybe it’ll continue to grow from here. After all Trump seems to stand for redefining the word excluded. Right charge, wrong man? Hardly.
So, as a world renowned journalist where does Piers go from here? Seriously, there’s nothing left for him to do – apart from waiting for his pension.
President Trump: The Piers Morgan Interview, airs on ITV at 10pm tonight.