Is there method to Trump's madness?
Trump is playing the ‘buffoon with a bouffant’ to impress Putin
Donald Trump’s rampage across Europe reminds us that he is a buffoon with a bouffant. His brittle personality is aptly symbolised by his insubstantial, highly lacquered, yellow-dyed comb-over fascinator hair-do that Philip Treacy, milliner to the stars, would envy for its ambition.
Trump’s grotesque pre-summit interview with the Sun, in which he deliberately sought to destabilise Theresa May by trashing her judgment, her policies and her achievement in avoiding a hard Brexit, reveals...
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