It’s usually the last person who should be pointing fingers who points them first. Like when Donald Trump scolds other people for adultery or accuses someone else’s restaurant of having bad food. Recently, Donald Trump has been trying to get revenge on Brian Williams because the NBC anchor chided him for his disgraceful Twitter antics on Election Day. He’s been insulting the newsman because of his low-rated primetime show, Rock Center.
@bwilliams is having some problems with his Rock Center with Brian Williams show–I hate to see such bad ratings for @NBC.
Of course, Brian Williams has consistently had the number one network evening newscast, drawing nearly 10 million viewers a night to a non-primetime show. If only Donald Trump’s show was drawing such numbers for NBC in primetime:
“On NBC, the finale of Celebrity Apprentice was up four-tenths, drawing a 2.2 compared to last week’s 1.8 among adults 18-49. However, this was the lowest-rated finale episode of the series to date.” (TVbythenumbers.com.)
But there’s some good news for Donald Trump: A major news organization recently conducted a scientific survey and discovered that Donald Trump is the third most envied person in America.
Wow—Family Feud said I am the third most envied man in America. I respectfully disagree—I am very modest.
Donald J. Trump
I myself am feeling a little “nauseas” right now. However, Donald Trump shouldn’t get too excited–the same 100 people who were too dumb to get out of answering that Family Feud survey also gave these responses when asked the following question: “When someone mentions ‘the King,’ to whom might he or she be referring?”
But Donald Trump is being too modest. He was mentioned on the Family Feud another time. It’s time to play the Feud.
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