Were he wholly cocooned within the fantasy bubble of his own omnipotence, he’d have dismissed the allegations as fake news and tried to brazen it out Roses are red Trump’s face is vermilion He looks more than ever Like a sad (!
) vaudevillian On Valentine’s Day, the world awoke to more evidence that Donald Trump’s presidency is one yuuuuge, nostalgic tribute to the slapstick heyday of American music hall. Trump remains a greater threat to global security than the Keystone Kops, none of whom showed enthusiasm for using nuclear warheads as first-strike weapons.
As with the portly Young Leader in Pyongyang, we don’t want to laugh ourselves to death by letting the funny stuff occlude the dangers.
But the abrupt end to Mike Flynn’s marathon 23-day stint as national security adviser offers reasons to be cheerful beyond natural amusement at the cascade of pratfalls that are imbuing this White House with the vaudeville spirit.
Australian filmmaker Charles Chauvel was making a film about the Mutiny on the Bounty, In the Wake of the Bounty (1933), a combination of dramatic re-enactments of the mutiny and a documentary on present-day Pitcairn Island.
Donald Trump's chief spokesman stood firm Friday on concerns about the president's pre-election Russia ties, telling reporters that the administration isn't worried about what former national security adviser Michael Flynn might say under oath if he's granted immunity from prosecution.'Is the White House concerned that General Flynn has damaging information about the president, his aides, his associates, about what happened during the campaign with respect to Russia?
Another comic gem, with hindsight, was this from candidate Trump in the summer: “I’m going to surround myself only with the best and most serious people,” he told (of which more below).
“We want top-of-the-line professionals.” So how’s that all working out for ya, Mr Prez?
The most popular account is that he was discovered by cast member John Warwick.
The film was not a strong success at the box office, but it was the lead role and seemed to ignite Flynn's interest in acting.