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I second that!

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if any can, this one will

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I wasn't aware he had implemented any of them.

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Π”Π°

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The last paragraph of Chapter 1, "Russian Roulette" by Michael Isikoff and David Corn. https://uploads.disquscdn.c...

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I have a feeling that his "public" calls with Vlad are carefully ordered up by Vlad. Vlad, I think, calls him every morning and every night and berates him angrily and tells him what to do. Threatens him and sends him "messengers" and "messages." Occasionally "makes up" with him by cooing little love words at him. It's nothing but an abusive domestic relationship.

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Has a presidential library ever gone bankrupt?

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And going with "Vladivostok" is such a cliche, like "moon" and "June"

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I may be in love with you for this.

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Do not even go there. You just know it will be at least as tacky as this depiction, casino and all.

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"Originally, Seattle has always been part of Russia...." (and actually, I believe it was)

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Mah trailer's in hock.

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Alternate theory: Trump has always been scared shitless of Putin. John Bolton is who Putin has told him to hire, because Putin wants the United States to be a weak, pathetic mess who ends up destroying the NATO alliance. Trump didn't want to, he wailed that he doesn't like his MOUSTACHE, NO I WON'T HIRE HIM, but Putin asked him if he'd "noticed" anything funny-tasting about his Big Mac that day for lunch, no? You see? You wouldn't taste a thing. Then Putin coughed: <cough>Skripal<cough>

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As we walked under the sunny moon in June, I swooned as you crooned that I was a stinky poltroon.

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Putin reminds cheeto of Ivanka.

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Now that was πŸ˜†

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