When I was watching Donald Trump during the primaries in 2015 and 2016, up through when he won the nomination and eventually won the presidency, all the way up until right now, there has been one question on my mind: can Donald Trump feel love?
I liked all of his policies as candidate, and I didn’t very much like his actions as president, but through it all, that extremely important question remained. I felt that it was very important for me to know if Trump was capable of feeling love, and that this would guide me in my decision as to whether or not to vote for him in 2020.
Now, the niece of Donald Trump, Mary Trump, has written a book and revealed the answer to this very important question: using a series of anecdotes about things that happened before she was born, Mary Trump has revealed that Donald Trump cannot feel love.
I’m left with the ultimate question, which I don’t have an easy answer for: would I rather vote for a man who cannot feel love, or be slaughtered by black people?
Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to that question.
Many are struggling to make a decision about it. Mary Trump’s book, entitled “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man,” sold nearly a million copies on day one of its release.
This is not the kind of book that we’ve been used to coming out about Trump, where it is usually about his policies and his behavior as president. It is about whether or not he can feel love, it is about his life being shaped having mashed potatoes poured on his head when he was 7 years old, this is about his feelings towards his mother.
It is about how Donald Trump gave gag Christmas gifts to his relatives and they weren’t even very funny to some people.
It’s about the dark side.
The story is told by Mary Trump, Donald Trump’s niece. She was not present for most of the events she recounts, and many of her key claims are based on things that happened before she was even born, but she knows about all of this stuff because someone told her.
In her hour-long interview with George Stephanopoulos, she lays out the most important of these claims, with a particular focus on Trump’s childhood, and how it made him feel.
Here’s an 8 minute clip where she talks about the way Donald Trump’s childhood affected him.
We know that Donald Trump’s childhood, and his ability to feel love, are going to play a very big role in his second term as president. This is serious stuff.
Despite the fact that Mary Trump didn’t have any direct knowledge of virtually anything in her book, I think we can trust her. She has a very honest face. It’s very similar to the face of Marv in Sin City.
You’ll remember, he was a good guy, who could really be trusted.
So remember: when you go to the polls, you won’t be voting on Democrats vs. Republicans. You won’t be voting on whether America should be destroyed and replaced with a communist state. You won’t be voting on whether you want to be slaughtered by black people for having been born white. You won’t be voting on mass unrestricted immigration, war with Russia, free speech, gun rights, or any other mundane issue.
Above all, you will be voting on one thing: do you want to have a president who cannot feel love, because of his relationship with his mother?