Oh, please, yes. Sure. Why not?
Donald Trump has reportedly been hinting to insiders that he might resurrect The Apprentice. Like anyone wants to see Sean Spicer and Kevin Sorbo in a blood duel over the marketing contract for TruckNutz.
But that’s where we are in this shart-encrusted Underoo of a timeline.
Among his inner orbit of family, political aides, and advisers, it is yet another sign that, despite the president’s public insistence that he won the 2020 election, he recognizes that he has lost and that his ongoing legal crusade to cancel Joe Biden’s victory will come up short.
In the past two weeks, the people familiar with the matter note, Trump has casually slipped into conversation lines such as, “How would you like to see The Apprentice come back?” and “Remember The Apprentice?”
The president has also bragged about how much of a ratings draw and money-maker the series was for him and creator and Trump pal Mark Burnett, and that if he wanted to, he could do it again.
I’m not really sure how to respond to this, but this exploding-whale video from an earlier post seemed quite popular:
And if that seems like a non sequitur … what the fuck do you think every moment of the past five years has been? Nothing but an ayahuasca enema in an overlubed Tilt-a-Whirl.
Enjoy the rest of your evening.
I know I will.
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