Donald Trump’s early-onset dementia inspires memes, e.g., #localmilkpeople

❝ Of all the strange things in a very unusual conversation between Donald Trump and Malcolm Turnbull, the internet has crowned just one to be the day’s meme-in-chief.

A newly published transcript of the phone call between the US president and the Australian prime minister shows the pair discussing a deal made under the Obama administration to resettle to the US more than 1,000 refugees currently held in Australia’s offshore detention centres.

It’s a deal that Trump is not happy with and he made it clear during what was an awkward and combative phone conversation back in January. Trump said the refugees – who are mostly from Iran, Sudan, Afghanistan and Pakistan – would go on to be the next Boston bombers, which Turnbull pointed out was unlikely since the Boston bombers came from Russia. No matter, Trump was still very displeased.

❝ “I hate taking these people. I guarantee you they are bad. That is why they are in prison right now. They are not going to be wonderful people who go on to work for the local milk people.”

Lots more examples in this GUARDIAN article.

2 thoughts on “Donald Trump’s early-onset dementia inspires memes, e.g., #localmilkpeople

  1. eideard says:

    If you watch closely, I’d say Trump has pedal neuropathy. No idea if it’s the usual diabetic or pre-diabetic flavor. And 5-6% of seniors have idiopathic, non-diabetic variety. Either road, keep an eye out for the almost-inevitable trip and fall on camera, someday.

  2. Whistling Past the Graveyard says:

    Former conservative GOP Sen. Gordon Humphrey (N.H.), a longtime President Trump critic, said on Wednesday the commander in chief is “sick of mind,” and urged members of New Hampshire’s congressional delegation to support calls to remove him from office. http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/345961-ex-gop-senator-trump-is-sick-of-mind-should-be-removed-from-office “Donald Trump is seriously sick. He is dangerous,” Humphrey said. “As a citizen, former U.S. Senator, and twelve-year member of the Armed Services Committee, I urge you to act [at] once.”

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