The vicious niblet, Corey Lewandowski apparently wants to capitalize on his time as Donald Trump’s campaign manager by writing a book about time on the campaign trail.
The book, called “Let Trump Be Trump” is co-authored by Lewandowski and deputy campaign manager David Bossie
Of the stories shared, one includes how it was campaign press secretary Hope Hicks’ job to steam Trump’s suits, as he wore them.
Trump would reportedly yell at Hicks to “get the machine!”
“And Hope would take out the steamer and start steaming Mr. Trump’s suit, while he was wearing it! She’d steam the jacket first and then sit in a chair in front of him and steam his pants,” Lewandowski writes, according to the Post.
On one occasion, Hicks forgot the portable steamer, which was “a mistake she would never make again” the book says.
“G–dammit, Hope! How the hell could you forget the machine?” Trump reportedly yelled.
That poor girl.
On another occasion, campaign aide Sam Nunberg was left behind at one of Trump’s McDonald’s stops, when the special order hamburger Nunberg had ordered was taking too long.
Former campaign chairman Paul Manafort seems to have caught the worst of it, however.
Apparently, Manafort either felt Trump would put his foot in his mouth, or he wanted that spotlight for himself, so he suggested they not send Trump on the Sunday shows.
Trump, never one to give over the spotlight, went apoplectic.
“Did you say I shouldn’t be on TV on Sunday? I’ll go on TV anytime I g–dam f—ing want and you won’t say another f—ing word about me!” Trump told Manafort, according to Lewandowski.
Seriously, for someone we’re supposed to believe is the American messiah, and the embodiment of American Christianity, he sure breaks the Third Commandment a lot (That’s “You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain” for those who were wondering). And sure, every fine Christian I know tosses around the “F” word with such abandon.
“Tone it down? I wanna turn it up! … You’re a political pro? Let me tell you something. I’m a pro at life. I’ve been around a time or two. I know guys like you, with your hair and skin …”
Anybody want to take a guess at what that means?
This is coming from Corey Lewandowski, who would drink Trump’s bathwater just for the asking.
Of course, this is supposed to be taken as no big deal.
In fact, they say in the book that Trump’s verbal attacks and hissy fits were never intended to be taken as any “personal offense.”
Yeah. That’s comforting.
“The mode that he switches into when things aren’t going his way can feel like an all-out assault; it’d break most hardened men and women into little pieces,” they wrote, according to the Post.
In fact, both authors admit that they “had moments where they wanted to parachute off Trump Force One,” the Post reported. They wrote, however, that they grew accustomed to it.
Who wants to grow accustomed to that?
The book, due out next Tuesday, sounds like a real eye-opener. It also gives some credence to reports of a spastic Trump roaming around the White House and losing his mind.
This is where the Trump Christians point out Jesus turning over the table of the money changers and uttering profanity in reference to his Father in Heaven.
Ask me again why I’m disgusted by the man.