What would make a person lie about something as innocuous as the amount of dresses that are available for his inauguration?
If that person is Donald trump, I am sure that we could think of a million things, all of them starting with a myriad of personality disorders.
"Don’t let Donald Trump give you the slip: There are plenty of dresses in Washington, D.C.
The media’s assignment-editor-in-chief made a bizarre comment to the New York Times this morning, claiming that his coming inauguration is so “unbelievable” and “record-setting” that “all of the dress shops are sold out in Washington.”
“It’s hard to find a great dress for this inauguration,” he concluded.
As Trump himself might say, “Wrong!”
I spent about an hour calling dress shops in Washington — something Mr. Trump apparently didn’t have the inclination to do because facts don’t really matter — and found that there are plenty of dresses to suit all tastes and price ranges in the D.C. metro area.
Even a shop just a few steps from the White House is full of party-worthy garments." [Source]
The guy just lies for lying sake. And while it might seem like a big joke to most of us who follow this clown, we are talking about a man who will have access to the nuclear codes, and the one who will be in charge of the most powerful country on earth.
With all due respect to Kellyanne Conway, we have no choice but to judge him based on what is coming out of his mouth. It's kind of hard to "look what's in his heart" as she is suggesting. First of all, I doubt if the guy has one. And second, why should we have to play trump translator to this deranged and unhinged buffoon?
Now he is going after Meryl Streep for crying out loud. And all because she had the nerve to call him out for his boorish behavior towards a disabled reporter. He called her "overrated" and a "Hillary flunky".
Now he might be right about her being a Hilary flunky. But Overrated as an actress? Come on, Donald; that's like calling Aaron Rodgers an overrated quarterback. You lack all kinds of credibility when you do that. Not that you had any to begin with. Especially when just a year and a half ago you were singing her praises and saying how great she is.
"When asked by The Hollywood Reporter in August 2015 if there are any actresses that he loves, Trump praised the Florence Foster Jenkins star. “Julia Roberts is terrific, and many others. Meryl Streep is excellent; she’s a fine person, too,” he said." [Source]
But now she hurt his feelings, and like a certain little leader in North Korea, when his feelings are hurt he lashes out. (RIP Jang Sung-Taek) Fortunately for us, unlike the other little leader, all he can do for now is tweet.
*Pic and image from salon.com