There’s Now More to Laugh at Than Trump as The Simpsons Skewers His 100 Days

"One hundred days in office. So many accomplishments. Lowered my golf handicap, my Twitter following increased by 700 and finally, we can shoot hibernating bears. My boys will love that."

There’s Now More to Laugh at Than Trump as The Simpsons Skewers His 100 Days

Tomorrow is the big day, Day 100 of the Trump regime. Um, er…administration. Yeah. That’s what I meant. Folks are taking stock. Former Guantanamo prosecutor Col. Morris Davis observed, for example, that Donald Trump holds the record for tweets in his first 100 days, with something like 500+.

So there’s that.

It is the long-running Fox series “The Simpsons” that we must turn for a true, in-depth assessment of the Trump 100 Days, and as MSNBC’s Kyle Griffing says, it’s brilliant:

It was a dark and stormy night, and Sean Spicer has hung himself. Kellyanne Conway flees the scene saying, “I am not replacing him!” Upstairs, as Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon strangle one another, Trump lies in bed with a pile of books like “The Little Book of Big Bombs” and “Killing a Good Thing” by Bill O’Reilly.

The Prez is, of course, perusing his smartphone. Flipping through screens he intones to himself,

“One hundred days in office. So many accomplishments. Lowered my golf handicap, my Twitter following increased by 700 and finally, we can shoot hibernating bears. My boys will love that.”

Yes. It’s all there in that single sentence. Everything Trump has accomplished in 100 Days.

In comes an aide and slaps a big bill on Trump’s lap, saying, “Sir, here is a bill that you must read immediately. It lowers taxes only for Republicans.”

“Can’t Fox News read it and I’ll watch what they say?” Trump asks plaintively.

The Simpsons creators have captured our lazy and inept autocrat-in-chief brilliantly, and we discover at last the secret of his hair.

Hey, you have to laugh to get through this. As the newscaster on the Simpsons tells them, after all,

“One hundred days. We are six point eight percent of the way home!”

Look at it this way: if it’s a choice between laughing and crying, laughter is healthier.

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