I wonder which one of the five stages of grief this goes under? Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance? Oh, wait, this is Donald Trump we’re talking about. So mourning the loss of a sibling, whom he claims was his “best friend” his one remaining brother, in fact, by doing a review of TV news networks, is not out of line.

Trump would know what’s on TV on weekend afternoons, because that’s all he does during “executive time” in the Oval TV Room. I mean, what else is he going to do? Those briefs are boring, not enough pictures, and the pictures they do have, don’t have bright colors, and they got mad the last time he drew on a map with his sharpie, so whaddya expect him to do? Huh?

“Plus, “Fair & Balanced” means they kiss my ass like they’re supposed to. What’s up with Fox these days, anyway?”

“And Robert should have waited until after the election to die, doncha think? How rude. He wasn’t thinking about me at all. What’s wrong with him?”

Hey if you’re the television president, what else are you going to do besides review TV networks? I mean, really.

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16 Comments on "Trump Interrupts His Mourning To Do A Television Review"

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What mourning?

p j evans

Not to mention him thinking that you control TV channels with a dial!

dana fairfield

To be fair, Murf regularly ends his posts with “Don’t touch that dial.” It’s just an expression. Trump uses a remote like everyone else.


A very dated expression. Murph is humorously using the actual quote from old radio stations, while Trump is really instructing people to select a channel that way.


No one and I mean NO ONE should ever expect any normal emotion or thought processing from mofo45. Never, ever. He does not have the ability. I wish more people understood malignant narcissism. My husband, for years, kept telling me, there’s making sense of crazy (my mother and family members.)


‘The five stages of grief:
1. golf
2. golf
3. golf
4. golf
5. anger at Fox News
Then comes:
6. Lost Presidency
7. Arrest by Brown & Black Police
8. Being dragged, screaming from the White House on TV
9. Impeachment
10. Prison & permanent humiliation.
11. America will be built back better by all of us working together. ‘

Let it be so.

From a purely scientific and psychoanalytical perspective, it is truly stunning just how much of a malignant narcissist trump is, with nary an ounce of sympathy or empathy even for his own brother. His pathology is on a par with Jack the Ripper. From the country’s perspective, it’s just horrific that this conman wheedled his way into power, and Moscow Mitch aided, abetted, and allowed him to stay. If our country survives and does not fall to fascism and tyranny, many a PhD thesis will be written about this ignominious era in American history and politics. (And hopefully large sections… Read more »
Meg Corrigan

JLaw52, there will be an entire VOLUME of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual devoted to Donald John tRump’s particular brand of malignant narcissism! 170,000 murders and counting–and he takes sadistic pleasure in every one.

Denis Elliott
Trump’s five stages of grief: 1. Hey! Why isn’t everyone devoting ALL their attention to me? 2. I don’t care WHO died. Someone write a tweet for me so people will only pay attention to ME again! 3. Dammit! Hey Meadows – fire that staffer who wrote the lame tweet and get back my twitter machine so I can get people to PAY ATTENTION TO ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 4. Say some outrageous, totally offensive thing on my twitter machine and issue some really outrageous thing I want the military, or Barr, or one of my minions to do that screws as many… Read more »
p j evans

His “eulogy” for his brother was more about Himself than about his brother.

Carroll Ann Robinson
Something to think about: some folks apparently “said” on Twitter that the wrong Trump had died. And then came in for holy hell. And were told they should be ashamed, Robert’s death was tragic, awful, yadayadayada. Said chastizers then were roundly reminded that 170,000+ deaths is actually a tragedy. One death, sad of course; but 170,000, unspeakably sad. And the clincher? Well, 170,000 deaths is actually a statistic. Not a tragedy. This ladies and gentlemen is what all of us here and everywhere else in the country who can’t wait for November are hearing and seeing. We have too much… Read more »