Analysts concerned Trump may spontaneously combust into ash
The New York attorney general wants to bar Trump from doing business in the state. Last week, the judge overseeing his Trump Organization fraud case ruled that Trump and his co-defendants committed “persistent and repeated” fraud. It was the first of seven claims the attorney general is trying to prove, collectively for which Trump and his family are being sued for $250 million and the likely fate of their beloved “company.”
In classic Donald fashion, Trump took to social media to insult, target and intimidate, personally, potential court witnesses and individual staff who work for the court. In response, for the very first time, the/a former president received an official gag order. It institutes stiff penalties for any “inflammatory” or “intimidating” comments Trump makes about anyone involved in the case. Examples of how extreme his language is includes suggesting retired U.S. Army General Mark Milley should be executed for “treason” (which in Trump langugae means not agreeing and going along with everything Trump wanted).
Analysts say that Trump’s doctors and the medical community at large are concerend about how this will affect the Donald’s physiological consistency, an amalgam of McDonald cheeseburgers, Diet Coke, and pure rage.
Talking Yelling is one of the only things Trump is good at, and is so core to his nature that doctors say it may apply so much internal pressure to the former president’s body that he might spontaneously combust.
Wouldn’t that be nice?