A Limerick A Day

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US President Donald Trumpo responds to being misquoted by entertainer Bette Midler (top left)

Most presidents simply don’t get
A chance to get angry with Bette
Midler who tweeted
And later deleted
A quote which she may now regret

John Moynes

Pics: Getty

10 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

    1. realPolithicks

      I follow her on twitter, she kicks him in the liathróidí on a regular basis.

    1. millie st murderlark

      For once we agree in complete agreement.

      It’s a sewer of cynicism and negativity masking itself as wit.

      1. realPolithicks

        “It’s a sewer of cynicism and negativity masking itself as wit.”

        Yes, but apart from that its not bad..amirite?

  1. Ian-O

    I rarely read stories about Trump, I usually scan a headline and move on, its just one train wreck flowing into another with him.

    Where I get most of my info about Trump the man is from the likes of the above and to me it suggests an incredibly childish person at best and a quite disturbed and emotionally unstable person more likely.

    He also seems to have a very poor grasp of the written English language – parentheses and capitalization all the over the place without any indication of the reason and when he speaks, its literally like listening to a child trying to impress an adult.

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