Trump: I love the people of Israel – especially with ketchup!
Most of the jokes are not about Trump but by him.
How he can play a home game while he’s abroad, becomes clear when you see how all the local Middle-Eastern leaders compete with each other how to make their flattery of him seem sincere.
Decades ago, Israel adopted the Russian word for chaos: balagan. Israeli “management” is even less systematic than a faint word as chaotic. We use balaganistic. Turns out that Trump outdid us. He is even more doing his job on the fly than Israelis! It earned him a new title: Mr. Balagan and mismanagement.
Ever since Shmuley Boteach reveals Stephen Bannon’s wall of promises, we learned why the president needs to fly on such a large airplane: Stephen’s board wouldn’t fit anything smaller – but you’ll see that again Trump will be blamed for it.
Ever wondered why Saudi Arabia and Egypt are excluded from Trump’s ban. Why? Simple – how else could he make it home again?
Don’t forget, there’s not a country in Europe that would have accepted him as refugee, except Russia, but how could he spy for them if he’s located inside the Russian Federation, the largest country in the world (it’s huge)?
Still, there are rumors that his enormously successful tour abroad (huge too) could leave him stranded right there, because of the witch hunt back-home.
I want to reassure you all. He can easily fly on to his friend, the President of the Philippines, ever since Trump adds the Philippines’ Duterte to list of authoritarian world leaders he’s praised. I’m sure that he’ll be graciously welcomed to become part of Israel’s Invisible Filipino Work Force. It’s huge. It’s fantastic. Believe me.