Donald Trump came in like a wrecking ball. Unfortunately, freeing the nipple didn't make his talking points agenda. His apologies, Miley.
The GOP presidential candidate seems to be taking America – and prediction polls – by storm, and it's because he holds nothing back. And no, he isn't sorry.
Hey, Megyn Kelly, the Donald isn't going to apologize for saying he thinks children of undocumented immigrants shouldn't be allowed in America. He's also not sorry for telling a female contestant on his has-been reality show “The Apprentice” she belongs “on her knees.”
Trump's speeches are harsh, honest and sometimes a little offensive, but it's these qualities that Americans love about him. His bronzer and questionable hair choices are not part of the positives list.He wants to “make America great again,” and many of my Facebook friends are loving the D. In fact, maybe he should ask Kim Davis to be his running mate. This is also Facebook-friend approved.Trump and Davis have some things in common. Both have been married a couple of times, and they both aren't on exactly on board with same-sex marriage. Davis went to prison because she refused to follow Kentucky law and sign off on marriage licenses, citing her religious and moral beliefs.
Apparently, Davis didn't listen to “Same Love” by Macklemore when it played excessively on radio stations about three years ago.
“'God Loves All His Children' is somehow forgotten, but we paraphrase a book written 3,500 years ago.” Take me to church, Macklemore.
But is Kim really the right balance for Trump? I don't think so.
Kanye West announced at the MTV Video Music Awards that he would run for president in 2020. Yeezus and the Donald have a lot more in common than a Kentucky clerk who doesn't want LGBT people to marry.
Donald Trump's responses about immigration and women have offended thousands in the blink of an eye. Kanye West's commentary, like calling former President George W. Bush racist and telling Taylor Swift she didn't deserve an award over Beyonce...I'mma finish this sentence in a minute. Pun intended.
Trump has lots of money, and so does Kanye. The Trump brand is mostly hotels. Kanye West could sneeze on a napkin and write a nursery rhyme on it before he gave it to his Starbucks barista and it would probably sell on E-Bay for a million bucks.
So—what's so different about Kanye and the D? Both are brutally honest and seem to really love talking about themselves. In their respective arenas, both are really good at what they do. Would they make good presidents? That's up for America to decide.
But if they ran together—would that be double trouble?