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Thu Feb 23, 2017, 08:54 AM

Alexandra Petri on dRumpf's 2020 campaign

Her writing on the WaPo ComPost blog is brutally funny. She skewered twitler with a pen warmed up in hell.

"Trump 2020 is off to a great start

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Trump is very upset with the bad job that our government is doing, and he is finally going to do something about it: He will run for president. It’s about time. Whoever is in there now is terrible, and we can’t have this any longer!

Trump will be holding a rally in Melbourne, Fla., this weekend to kick off his 2020 campaign. Most people, presented with the option of spending the night in the White House or hanging out in an airport in Melbourne, might choose the former, but Donald Trump is not most people. Besides, the president is doing such a bad job that it is imperative that an outsider such as Trump finally run for public office. Please do not tell Trump what his current job is, as I fear it will come as a shock to his fragile system.

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Trump announced Thursday that “I’ll be in Melbourne, Florida, 5 o’clock on Saturday, and I heard — just heard that the crowds are massive that want to be there.” Trump has on good authority that his crowds will be massive in the future. And they say that the CIA is keeping things from him!

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It turns out that when Trump said “we don’t win anymore” and “you will get sick of winning,” what he meant was that he will answer every question put to him over the next several years by telling you the story of how he won the election. I am sick of winning, definitely. "

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/compost/wp/2017/02/16/trump-2020-is-off-to-a-great-start/?utm_term=.d30cb6e110ef

Excellent job by Ms. Petri. Too many good criticisms, masked as laugh lines, to post within the 4 para rule.

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