Donald Trump’s endless vanity and alarming obsession with his personal appearance – and conversely, the influence that his crippling insecurities have over his behavior – are by now well known.
When Trump met with the media back in November, he reamed out CNN’s Jeff Zucker for using “unflattering” photographs of him, which showed his many chins.
Our Preisdent-elect places so much stock in his personal appearance that he once raped his wife Ivana for recommending a plastic surgeon who botched a painful scalp reduction surgery. “Your f*cking doctor ruined me!” screamed Trump as he began to pull out chunks of Ivana’s hair before forcing himself inside her as punishment. “DOES IT HURT?”
That is how seriously Trump takes his personal appearance. It’s hard to fully illustrate just how much of a selfish, hateful, vainglorious sociopath Donald Trump really is. But such horrific tales give us insight into the Donald’s mindframe, exposing his weaknesses and his sensitivities for the whole world to see. This gives us an edge. We must never stop mocking Donald Trump, must never give him the legitimacy he craves so desperately.
Take, for instance, Trump’s recent tweet in which he complained about the picture used on a book by CNN.
@CNN just released a book called "Unprecedented" which explores the 2016 race & victory. Hope it does well but used worst cover photo of me!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 2, 2017
— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) January 2, 2017
Share it far, share it wide, and laugh at our rapist-in-chief.
Twitter knew exactly what to do:
OR THIS? pic.twitter.com/2q3UoNnXod
— Tangerine Manchurian (@TAbsurdity) January 3, 2017
— scott olson (@scott_olson) January 2, 2017
— Neal Collins (@nealcol) January 2, 2017
— David Iserson (@davidiserson) January 2, 2017