Trump is trying to convince America that he has good taste while fleeing his association with Jeffrey Epstein.
Trump said, “I was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein’s. You watched people yesterday saying that I threw him out of a club. I didn’t want anything to do with him. That was many, many years ago. It shows you one thing, that I have good taste, okay. Other people, they went all over with him. They went to his island. They went all over the place. He was very well known in palm beach. But Jeffrey Epstein was not somebody that I respected. I threw him out. In fact, I think the great James Patterson, who’s a member of Mar-a-Lago, made a statement yesterday that many years ago I threw him out. I’m not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein.”
Trump claims that he has good taste while trying to disconnect himself from Jeffrey Epstein. pic.twitter.com/1vB3kRCelU
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) July 12, 2019
The words Donald Trump and good taste have never been used in the same sentence in a non-sarcastic manner. Trump is the poster child for bad taste. Whether it is his tacky Trump Tower, or the collection of thugs, criminals, and bottom feeders that he surrounds himself with, Donald Trump has bad taste in everything.
Trump’s reaction showed that he is worried that firing Acosta is not going to be good enough. The president wants the bad cable news coverage to stop, which is why he is pulling one of his favorite tricks of pretending not to be associated with someone who has been busted.
So far this week, Trump has claimed to be a stable good looking genius, and that he has good taste. Both of these statements reveal the stunning depths of Trump’s self-delusion.