A Republican hasn’t been this interested in chairs since Clint Eastwood at the 2012 Republican convention.
Donald Trump interrupted his campaign speech in Denver to go on a whacked-out rant about chairs, and how providing chairs to the audience makes him great.
Trump said, “Oh, you can sit? Oh, that’s good. See, we supply chairs. How many people do that? Nobody else supplies chairs. Nobody else. Only Trump.”
Donald Trump may not have a campaign, or staff, or policies, or ideas. Trump won’t release his tax returns, or provide proof that he forgave the loans that he made to his campaign. Donald Trump has refused to tell voters what he will do if he wins the White House, but my God, the man has chairs.
Not to burst Trump’s bubble, but most events that are held indoors provide chairs. Donald Trump isn’t doing anything special by giving people a place to sit down while he rambles for hours on an end about the greatness of Donald J. Trump.
The fact that Trump would see furniture as a major selling point for what a great candidate he is indicates just how screwed up his priorities are. Trump isn’t trying to win the White House. He is trying to sell himself to America. He doesn’t care about governing, or how he will run the country. Trump thinks that he can be elected president if he gives voters a place to park their backsides.
Donald Trump’s wacky chair comments show that the man has no idea what’s going on, and in no way should be leading a major political party.
Trump can have his chairs, but let’s reserve the chair in the Oval Office for somebody who is competent enough to sit in it.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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