The Greatest President Ever?

It’s becoming increasingly clear that not only is President Trump an extraordinary president who gets things done (except a health care bill, the Mexican wall, and…okay, let’s not nitpick) he may well be the greatest president in history. Don’t believe me? Let’s go right to the horse’s um, mouth.

“With the exception of the late, great Abraham Lincoln, I can be more presidential than any president that’s ever held this office,” said Trump. “That I can tell you.”

And that he does, over and over. But why so modest, Mr. President? Did Lincoln ever build a “great, beautiful wall” between us and Mexico? Did he make Mexico pay for it? No, and no. At least Trump promised it. Will it ever happen? No way, Jose. But what an astounding idea!

Trump gave us an early peek at his magnificence when he proclaimed his inauguration crowd the biggest in history, even though comparative aerial photos clearly showed that wasn’t true. But great men don’t care about such mundane things as facts, conjuring their own “alternative facts”, as nimble Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway explained.

Speaking of which, to those who questioned Trump’s response to the recent, devastating hurricanes, particularly in Puerto Rico, where the mayor of San Juan pleaded for help as the president golfed and tweeted about football, Trump simply replied “We are doing a great job.” So there.

Last week experts warned Congress that North Korea might have the capacity to launch an electromagnetic pulse attack that can shut down the U.S. power grid and kill 90% of Americans within a year. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the U.S. was setting up lines of communication with North Korean president Kim Jong Un to prevent such a doomsday scenario.

The next day, Trump said Tillerson was “wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man.” Then we learned Tillerson called the president a “moron”. Trump responded “if he said that, I guess we’ll just have to compare IQ tests, and I can tell you who’s going to win.”

We are constantly amazed that such an intellect now occupies the Oval Office. Sadly, as Trump has discovered, only those who share his level of intelligence can appreciate his greatness.


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3 Responses to The Greatest President Ever?

  1. Lou Russo says:

    Sarcasm?….. I get it!
    I’ll lock HER up… DAY ONE!
    PS- When I read your headline, I thought you meant Obama (no sarcasm)

  2. Gene Durney says:

    No Mike Lincoln did not do those things; but he did end slavery in the face of great Democrat opposition.Hate The President all you want.Many do; but respect the office and dial back the sophomoric ruminations and sarcasm. It begins to rival a wheel spinning contest at your latest meaningless demonstration..

    • Mike Vogel says:

      Thanks for writing, Gene. Yes, the story was a bit sarcastic, perhaps too much so. What you’re saying about Lincoln is true, but you also know he would be a Democrat if he were around today.
      I truly believe I respect the office of the president more than its current occupant, who seems to enjoy dividing us in any way possible. But that’s what’s great about America–we can disagree and express our opinions freely. So far.

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