Sometimes when I'm in line at the grocery store and I'm looking over the magazine covers, I want to pull out my phone and take a photo of one because it's got headlines that are so over-the-top. Yesterday, it was this one from People.
Honestly, what on Earth could this article say? The guy has a short-circuit between his brain and his mouth and his brain isn't all that active. The "real" Donald Trump is exactly what you see in his interviews and debates - an ignorant, ill-disciplined, crude, misogynistic slob. He'd be pounding PBRs at the local dive bar if daddy hadn't left him $200M and sent him to the finest schools.
I've got a pair of educated friends who are Trumpkins. One even has a PhD in physics. They both think he's playing 3-dimensional chess while the rest of us are playing checkers. They think Trump is thinking 5 moves ahead of us and are in awe of what they see as craft and guile and "negotiating" acumen.
What a laugh! The guy doesn't think 5 steps ahead of us, he doesn't really think at all. There's one moronic comment after another coming out of his mouth. When he gets stung by something he said, he does exactly what you'd expect a spoiled, ultra-rich brat to do - he makes wild excuses. Hey, they always worked when he was a kid! They still work with the Trumpkins, who have chosen to live in TrumpWorld. For the rest of us, it's as tiresome as watching and out-of-control kid at a department store.
With his latest gaffe, the one about punishing women for abortions, he's now claiming his interview was edited. The network knows for a fact it wasn't and has evidence to prove it. The "real" Donald Trump is so vacuous that he threw that excuse out there without thinking that the network could back up its story with irrefutable proof.
That's the "real" Donald Trump. A spoiled 8-year-old who has gotten his way all his life. There. I saved you the cost of the magazine. You're welcome.