“It’s funny how a big lie can make us all feel like kids again.”
A 1950s TV western featured a guy named Trump who tried to con citizens into building a wall in order to save the world.
Then there’s the story of the rich gamblin’ man and the poor who “ain’t got no home.”
Woody Guthrie’s “Old Man Trump” is a direct reference to Donald Trump’s father Fred, who was Guthrie’s landlord in Brooklyn.
Dude. Time machine?