Donald Trump’s approach to governing doesn’t inspire us,
And if we worked for him, he’d probably fire us.
But when it comes to our health
Versus protecting the wealth,
He’d sacrifice us to save the markets from coronavirus.
With sexual assaults on women his past is rife,
He didn’t even spend his anniversary with his wife.
Here’s one more reason women
Should not be voting for him:
Trump’s the first president to attend the March for Life.
“You know it’s interesting, as I’m saying this stuff — you know, ‘They want crime, they want chaos’ — I’m saying all this stuff and then I say, ‘Gee, now I sort of understand why they hate me for it.’”
— President Trump, quoted by the Washington Post, in a rare moment of self-reflection before adding, “But it’s true.”
“Trump’s faux-fight with Fox is designed 1) to add drama and excitement to where there is none; 2) make him the primary focus of events; and 3) temporarily complicate the storyline so viewers keep watching. Fox benefits from Trump’s periodic attacks (remember when he boycotted one of Fox’s 2016 presidential debates because it wouldn’t dump Megyn Kelly from the broadcast). They make the channel look like it’s standing up to the president, and Fox ends up looking more independent and credible.”
After two more mass shootings, Trump seeks to lay blame,
And he doesn’t like “white nationalist” attached to his name.
Seeking to find fault,
Trump opens his shibboleth vault,
And trots out mental illness, the internet and video games.