Hellfire rains down on Trump as The New Yorker columnist Andy Borowitz takes aim at Trump and three of his adult children.
Controversy continues to engulf the Trump administration this weekend.
Despite every effort to change the media buzz, Trump is still mired in problems associated with his disastrous Helsinki press conference where he took the word of Russian President Vladimir Putin over that of U.S. intelligence services. There is also the recent indictment of 12 Russian nationals for tampering in the 2016 elections.
Trump’s former personal attorney appears to have flipped, dropping two major bombshells on Team Trump last week with the promise of more drama in the near, if not immediate, future.
Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti dropped another bombshell this week, claiming that three more women have come forward about receiving hush payments – and hinting that an abortion is in the mix of pending revelations….
Amid this backdrop, New York Times best-selling author and comedian Andy Borowitz took to his column in The New Yorker to troll Trump and three of his adult children.
Borowitz began his most recent column, writing that:
Bringing a tumultuous chapter of American history to an abrupt conclusion, Donald J. Trump and three of his adult children fled to Moscow in the early hours of Friday morning.
Accompanied by Ivanka, Eric, and Don, Jr., Trump boarded a specially chartered Aeroflot plane to take him to his new home in Moscow, a nondescript apartment building that also houses the former N.S.A. employee Edward Snowden.
Continuing, Borowitz wrote that:
Trump reportedly was in a tremendous hurry to catch the plane and left behind only a one-sentence note, reading, “THERE WAS NO COLUSION [sic].”
And he concluded his piece, linking Trump’s departure to First Lady Melania Trump’s signature program:
Those who witnessed Trump’s departure indicated that his wife, Melania, did not board the Aeroflot plane with him, but saw him off at the airport with a cordial “Be best.”