Dr. Who is a Scottish classic, and Donald Trump’s family hails from Scotland. Trump is also always bragging about his Turnberry golf resort there. However, no matter how Trump might tout his Scottish pride, the actor from the iconic show, David Tennant, has spoken up to let Trump know how the Scottish people really feel about the man-baby “president.” Appearing on British television, Tennant said:
When he was over here and he was talking about England and he was saying ‘I’m going out to Scotland for my golf course in Scotland cause people in London are protesting but obviously [in] Scotland they really like me.’ Can I say on behalf of the Scottish nation, we f—ing don’t?”
Trump is a narcissist, and the one thing narcissists need is to be loved. They also have to strike back when something gets under their very thin skin or bruises their fragile egos. Therefore, Trump is sure to go trashing David Tennant, who, just by virtue of playing the tenth version of Dr. Who, is an icon in his own right, worth way more than Trump ever will be to anyone.
This sort of behavior should alarm the whole world, though. If Trump can’t take being criticized by celebrities, the general public, or political opponents, imagine how he will react when other world leaders — who are all much smarter and savvier than he is — go toe to toe with him. Oh, we don’t have to imagine it. We’ve already seen it, and it’s horrific. We’re a laughingstock. Our allies alternate between fear, horror, and bewilderment, while our adversaries laugh and cheer.
America, wake up, just as the Scottish people have. Get rid of the Congress that enables this man in 2018 — before its too late.
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