Will Trump’s Presidential library have a porn section? Life in the post-Trump world.

This guy!

Drama and conflict will follow him long after he’s been scuttled away from the White House in January.

Don’t believe for a second we will never be subjected to his theatrics or hyperbole ever again or that he will experience of wave of eerie post-Presidential love. (WashPo link paywalled, fyi)

 

Next-door neighbors of Mar-a-Lago, President Trump’s private club in Palm Beach, Fla., that he has called his Winter White House, have a message for the outgoing commander in chief: We don’t want you to be our neighbor.

That message was formally delivered Tuesday morning in a demand letter delivered to the town of Palm Beach and also addressed to the U.S. Secret Service asserting that Trump lost his legal right to live at Mar-a-Lago because of an agreement he signed in the early 1990s when he converted the storied estate from his private residence to a private club. The legal maneuver could, at long last, force Palm Beach to publicly address whether Trump can make Mar-a-Lago his legal residence and home, as he has been expected to do, when he becomes an ex-president after the swearing-in of Joe Biden on Jan. 20.

The contretemps sets up a potentially awkward scenario, unique in recent history, in which a former Oval Office occupant would find himself having to officially defend his choice of a place to live during his post-presidency. It also could create a legal headache for Trump because he changed his official domicile to Mar-a-Lago, leaving behind Manhattan, where he lived before being elected president

 

The one thing Trump haters and the brain dead American public have failed to understand since 2016 is that he is an Entropy Feeder. Chaos and disarray are the nuclear fuels which power his cultural assault. His troll persona is the reflected target of the wrath directed at him from all corners of the globe. His policies and statesmanship? Whatever to that. It’s nothing to note in comparison to the mythos of Trump, the outsider’s essence of his personality which has given anti-Trumpers a deranged focus of their ire.

I never understood the sheer hatred of Trump. I’ve disliked him for the entire time he’s existed in my cultural view, but I’m mature and nuanced enough to support a President who I personally dislike.

Who the hell likes Presidents?

They are opportunistic ego-driven tools; they come in different flavors, and since 2012, shades. They are brutish devourers of polls and popularity and exploitive charisma. They are empty souls seeking to create 4-year containers of transient cults of personality. They disguise their vile power-hunger with platitudes and genial smiles. President Donald Trump did not play this. He did just the opposite. He refuted the facile narrative we expect of Presidents and politicians in general. What is our age if not a facile one barriered by extreme sensitivities and personal affront? Trump represents everything today’s modern urbanized citizen cannot understand.

“There is no document or agreement in place that prohibits President Trump from using Mar-a-Lago as his residence,” said a Trump business organization spokesman who was not authorized to speak publicly about a legal issue.

Here we go!

Since this year’s election, the Secret Service has been preparing for Trump’s life after the White House and the protections he is legally due as a former president. A much-reduced set of Secret Service agents will shadow him in his private life, and the agency will man and occupy a separate room at his property as a base of security operations.

The protective service would need to make living arrangements for its agents in advance of Trump leaving the White House — wherever he ends up living. If he is suddenly blocked from living at Mar-a-Lago, the Secret Service would most likely have to scramble to develop a new plan to protect him at a different location.

The Mar-a-Lago neighbors would be okay with Trump finding a new place to bunk. Their letter, written by West Palm Beach attorney Reginald Stambaugh, includes a zinger that harks to the vibe of the old money enclave on Florida’s east coast: “Palm Beach has many lovely estates for sale, and we are confident President Trump will find one which meets his needs.”

“Poor” Donald just can’t buy a break.

“Poor” Donald. I dared write that. The greatest instigator of his own fortunes and faltering reputation deserves no mercy, and definitely not mine.

In and of himself, President Donald Trump is an unremarkable pawn. Like most Presidents, he’s brash, vainglorious, egotistical, flagrantly extroverted and consumed with power. Big deal. How many of us work with or know people with this personality palette, albeit on a smaller order of magnitude?

In Trump, in Biden, in the previous 44, it’s the same actor, but on a Presidential scale. In Trump’s case, his unpopular persona assumed the aura of our collective mania’s target. Ultimately, the Trump pathos, of which volumes will be written over the next generation, represents a trivial iota in the vast scheme of civilization. The trivial character, Trump, elicited a supercharged level of cultural animosity and magnetic ire: like an electrical coil, his personal voltage (which pissed most people off) was amplified to a frenzied degree across the global mass of humanity’s judgement.

A bigger than life villain, America met its catharsis in Trump. They are less likely to let go of this than Trump is likely to forget the Oval Office.

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