The year in review: God, guns and ganja: on the road with a second-tier Trump
After a day of listening to Eric Trump rehash family grievances and vainglorious claims of his father’s presidential achievements at mask-free rallies in Michigan, Marion McKeone finds redemption with a ten-foot-tall cannabis leaf neon sign
Ah, Michigan. Where the men are mask-free and the deer are scared. Where God, guns and ganja make for unlikely bedfellows.
Full disclosure; I used to have a secret soft spot of sorts for Eric Trump, the president‘s son. It came from a place of pity rather than admiration. While his elder brother Don jr is feted by the QAnon branch of the MAGA brotherhood and his sister Ivanka hobnobs with world leaders, Eric is...
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