Whole lotta geniuses in Trump world, aka MAGAdonia. The one quoted above also said, “Rudy Giuliani hero, Cassidy trash.” Who would be stupid enough to say such a thing. Why, none other than Peter Navarro, woman hater par excellence. He claims that Cassidy Hutchinson never worked, just stood around and “sucked candy.” Gee, Pete, what else should she have been sucking? Asking for a friend. Navarro wants women to know their place, and he’s ready to show it to them.
Why would White House men – prez, vp, senior aide – EVER hire a woman after watching book pimps Cassiday Hutchinson, Alyssa Farah, Stephanie Grisham, Kayleigh McEnany, Olivia Troye throw mud @realDonaldTrump @RudyGiuliani et. al.
Pimp ladies be giving real MAGA WOMEN bad name https://t.co/gofMPqmrb5
— Peter Navarro (@RealPNavarro) September 23, 2023
Women need to be seen and not heard, they need to STFU. Or else they won’t get hired. That’s Navarro’s philosophy.
We wouldn’t want real MAGA women to get a bad name. Not these gals. No Sir.
"Women For Trump" pic.twitter.com/0ppJyURBRp
— AssCalloway 🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@AssCalloway) September 21, 2023
What’s that you say? What about the “pimp fellas?” Oh, you mean Michael Cohen, H.R. McMaster, James Comey, John Bolton, William Barr, Miles Taylor, those chaps, who also wrote tell-alls about what a POS Trump is and what a zoo the White House was with him in charge? Well, that’s different, you see, because when a man blows the whistle, it’s a noble and heroic act and when a woman does the same thing, she’s a bitchy little gossip, trying to get back at a guy (usually because she was in love with the guy she’s busting and he wouldn’t take her to bed.) I mean, you know how women are, right? If you don’t, ask Peter Navarro. He’s the expert on the female psyche.
Remember Fear, the first book that Bob Woodward did on Trump in 2018? That was the template for the rest of them that followed.
“Fear: Trump in the White House,” by Bob Woodward, is the latest book to detail chaos in the president’s immediate orbit. Excerpts were published Tuesday and immediately brought to mind several disparaging comments that Trump’s staff is reported to have made about the commander in chief:
• Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Trump had the understanding of “a fifth- or sixth-grader,” according to accounts of Woodward’s book that were published by The Washington Post. The comments came after a National Security Council meeting on Jan. 19 in which Trump questioned why the government was using resources to maintain a U.S. military presence on the Korean Peninsula. Mattis told Trump that presence was necessary “in order to prevent World War III.”
• White House chief of staff John Kelly called Trump “an idiot” and said he thought the president was “unhinged,” The Post also reported.NBC News first reported in May that Kelly had referred to the president as an idiot multiple times, in addition to making several remarks “insulting the president’s intelligence and casting himself as the savior of the country.” Kelly has denied that he ever called Trump an idiot.
• Omarosa Manigault Newman, who was the highest-ranking African-American staffer in the West Wing, claimed in a book published earlier this summer that Trump is a “racist, misogynist and bigot.” In her book, “Unhinged,” Manigault Newman said she witnessed Trump use racial epithets while describing presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway’s husband, George Conway, who is half Filipino.
• Earlier this year, Michael Wolff detailed in his book “Fire and Fury” that a number of individuals in the Trump administration insulted the president’s intelligence. Both Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and former chief of staff Reince Priebus called Trump an “idiot,” Wolff wrote. Former economic adviser Gary Cohn said Trump was “dumb as shit,” and former national security adviser H.R. McMaster said the president was a “dope,” according to the book.
Those are quite a few people (mostly men) quoted quite a few times and there are really quite a few books out there on Trump and his presidency. Just Google it, you’ll see it reported that there are about 4,500 books out there on the subject, which is an incredible amount of material. Trump spawned a cottage industry in tell-all books alone.
So, Pete, listen buddy. You can hate women all you want, and we know you do, but they’re not the only ones who were in the administration and wrote about the corruption and idiocy that they saw. Not by a long shot.
And if this anecdote slipped your mind, Navarro came to be part of Trump world because Jared Kushner looked on Amazon for people who had written about China and Navarro’s book Death By China caught his eye. Navarro is nothing if not the prototype for the whack a mole administration that he was part of, chosen by the fickle finger of fate and Trump’s feckless son-in-law. Quite the combo. And now Navarro may join some of his other oddball compatriots in the House Of Many Doors.