Mrs.Trump As First Lady?

When I came to, after reading Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee, his wife came to mind.

If The Donald gets elected, she’s the First Lady.

How can that be when she looks like Miss January.  images

Perhaps I do dwell in the past, but she’ll step into the shoes of Abigail Adams, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Jackie.

JACKIE!!!      images-5

Sorry, I’ll compose myself.

How is this possible?

As much as she resembles Butch Cassidy minus the charm, Hillary would at least bring Sundance, I mean Bill, to the winner’s circle.18121175

He’d be the First Gentleman, in name only of course, since that famous blowjob of his, sort have robbed him of the title.  Talk about returning to the scene of the crime with egg on his face, which could explain why his cholesterol is so high.

One can’t help but think of how beautifully dressed Jackie was, by Oleg Cassini, along with countless other classic designers, as well as Diana Vreeland being a mentor of hers. images-6 She’d call her at the Metropolitan Museum of Art when she curated their annual costume exhibit, for pointers.

Who’s Melania gonna call?  1-800 CAN YOU MAKE THIS ANY TIGHTER?   images-2

And what kind of a name is that?  She sounds like a country off the coast of Spain.

Frankly, I wish Ivana was still the current Mrs.Trump having more gravitas.  Okay, not much more, but at least, she doesn’t look like a paper doll.

Trump goes through wives like gym socks.  I picture a closet with several hanging in garment bags with expiration dates, you know, like baloney.

As Peggy Noonan wrote in the Wall Street Journal, and I’ll paraphrase.

“Our choice of leaders will either be a lunatic, or one who is morally corrupt.”

Rather than cast a ballot, should we just toss a coin?

Electing Donald Trump is like voting for Aaron Burr who, in a fit of  pique, if you remember, shot and killed Alexander Hamilton, our first and most revered Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington.

If Hillary becomes president, we’ll be taking tips from Captain Bligh. images-10

Where are the likes of Jefferson and Lincoln, Teddy and JFK, even with his zipper down?

The Presidency of the United States is in trouble.  It needs a paint job, a make-over, or at least a tryout in New Haven.

Don’t know about you, but come election day, I’ll be wrapped in black bunting, a flask unscrewed, before getting screwed, in my purse, humming Taps. .  images-8





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22 Responses to Mrs.Trump As First Lady?

  1. micklively says:

    Well, I take your point but really, I think first ladies/gents is the least of your troubles. Your choice will be between an overt and a covert fascist. Good luck with that!


    • Well yes, but you have to remember, we like our First Ladies, at least we have in the past. Mrs. Obama, though pretty, left me flat. I loved Barbara Bush. Her pearls and cardigans. And of course Jackie will always hold the title. 🙂

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      • micklively says:

        We will never know what goes on behind the closed doors. First Lady (or Gent) is an unelected position and, in theory at least, wields no power. Anyone who has ever been in a relationship, knows that’s not how things really work. Maybe the pearls and cardigans help to fend attention from foreign policy: “she might have bombed us, but she was always really nicely dressed”.


      • Things are rarely what they seem, I’ll give you that Mick.

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  2. skinnyuz2b says:

    Mrs. Trudeau holds the current title as sexiest first lady. Melania (I do like the name) would out-trump her, ha ha. I agree that we could use another Jackie, although Mrs. Obama is as close as anyone can get.


  3. Elle Knowles says:

    Not much of a choice we have is it Susannah? I may just stick my head in the sand and look the other way, hoping for better luck next time, if the USA even makes it to the next time! ~Elle


  4. We will survive. We always do. This year is certainly entertaining.

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  5. MJ says:

    Peggy Noonan is a Republican propagandist with an agenda, not an impartial judge of character or even a reliable source of information. A former speechwriter for Ronald Reagan—a man with a long history of discarding ideals that had become inconvenient, and who ruthlessly put his own profit and ambition above the common good—she remains a fangirl. He’s literally the cover boy on her book extolling public virtue, his smiling face directly under the word “King” in its title. Here’s as smarmy a villain as they come—a man who got his start in politics by using his position as the nationally-elected president of SAG to cripple New York as a production center, his reward being a Hollywood-financed war chest to run for governor of California. His ethics didn’t improve with time, either. I appreciate that Noonan is a skilled writer and spin doctor, but pontificating on character is best left to those who don’t live in glass houses. Heck, even Pope Francis says “Who am I to judge?”


    • So forgive me MJ, but I’m unclear here. You’re not a Peggy Noonan fan because she has a strong affection for Ronald Reagan, who she worked for…but are you defending Trump or Hillary, or both character wise?


  6. I’m not as worried about Melania as much as her husband. I’m still holding out hope for Bernie Sanders.

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