A visit from St. Mueller?

This Christ­mas sea­son, there are a few gifts we want more than oth­ers

Baltimore Sun - - COMMENTARY - By Tri­cia Bishop

was weeks be­fore Christ­mas, and all through the na­tion,

Peo­ple were feel­ing a cer­tain to hear! seen.

“Now Stone! Now Co­hen! Manafort, But as pres­i­dent? Oy, it’s a ter­ri­ble thing, Gates, Flynn! To have him as our leader — the I’ve got all I need to tie Trump to Putin!” em­bar­rass­ing sting!

Then the tops of the White House and Women he uses, men he abuses, Krem­lin, too, No one is safe from his blun­der­ing

Will each cry “wah, wah” and “boo hoo, bruises. hoo, hoo, hoo.” He’s com­edy abroad and tragedy at What a treat that would be to end 2018, home,

The like­ness of which it’s been years And that hair of his, al­ways in need of a since we’ve seen; comb.

Not since Dick Nixon, the last of this I laughed when I saw him, till the joke kind, was on me,

To run the coun­try like such a horse’s And then thought “per­haps, this coun­try be­hind. I’ll flee,”

Mr. Trump ig­nores science and spurns Or “maybe he’ll be­come pres­i­den­tial just cli­mate change, yet”;

Yet em­braces dic­ta­tors — he’s re­ally quite Haha! That was then, when Trump I strange. didn’t quite get.

Im­mi­grants bad! he tells an im­mi­grant But now I know bet­ter; he’s taught us na­tion, through Twit­ter;

Then takes And my feel­ings to­ward him? Well, quite va­ca­tion. bigly bit­ter.

But not be­fore cry­ing “Amer­ica first!” The U.S. will sur­vive him, that much is To rile up sup­port­ers in a way that’s the true, worst. But the scars will be deep — and morale

Get an­gry, get ugly, get mean and low black and blue. down, So we look to Sir Mueller, or the next

It’s “us” against “them” he swears — what elec­tion; a clown. One of them — surely? — must make the

His eyes, how they shift; his lips, how cor­rec­tion. they purse,

His pres­ence in Wash­ing­ton, oh what a curse!

He­wasn’t so bad on the tele­vi­sion screen,

Or as a rich play­boy want­ing just to be

off on an­other golf­ing


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