Friday, January 12, 2018

If you leave, just to be clear, you’re not breaking up with me, I’m breaking up with you (We choose leave. Bye)



After several reports that key White House officials are planning to leave the administration, Donald Trump has now asked his staff to decide by the end of the month whether they’re going to quit or stay on through the November midterm elections. They’re asking THEIR STAFF who’s going to be leaving the White House — right now, they should be asking the JUSTICE DEPARTMENT, “Who’s going to be leaving the White House?” --James Corden
I don’t want to say Trump is being petty, but he said to the staff, “If you leave, just to be clear, you’re not breaking up with me, I’m breaking up with you.” --James Corden
At the end of the meeting, Trump gave employees a choice. Basically, it went like this: “Listen, you guys have to decide by the end of the month whether you’re going to —” And they went, “Leave. We choose leave. Bye.” --James Corden
A magisterial collection.
An emotional roller coaster.
Soon to be a cult classic.
A combination of Bukowski’s
Last Night On Earth
and Orwell’s 1984.


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