President Donald Trump insists the liberal media and Democratic Party propaganda machine has continued to slander his character because they got beaten so badly back in November.
When the news broke about the firing of James Comey, CNN’s liberal analysts lost their collective minds and spewed an unproven theory clearly showing just how distraught they continue to be about their crushing defeat.
So in a hilarious form of protest by our commander-in-chief, you’ll never believe where Trump is thinking of hanging a map of the Electoral College in the West Wing.
“President Donald Trump is planning to hang a portrait of his electoral college win over Hillary Clinton in the White House, according to reports.
A reporter for the One America News Network spotted a White House staffer walking through the building with a framed map of the Electoral College victory.”
Here’s a picture of the Electoral College map he intends to hang:
Spotted: A map to be hung somewhere in the West Wing pic.twitter.com/TpPPDyNFtE
— Trey Yingst (@TreyYingst) May 11, 2017
And now that it’s officially happening, rumors are spreading quickly that he intends to hang it above or around Hillary Clinton’s portrait in the West Wing.
Here’s where Hillary’s portrait hangs:
— Pamela Millsaps (@pms221969) April 29, 2017
One could hang it next to Hillary Clinton, but it might be aesthetically unpleasing considering the geometrical location of it. Who cares though, right?
And the liberals would have heart attacks and scream bloody murder if he took Hillary’s portrait down because she is also aesthetically unpleasing.
In either case, it probably wouldn’t be the right move. But people are petitioning for Trump to hang the Electoral College victory map directly over her – covering up her whole portrait entirely. That way, liberals can’t get mad, right?
Trump is also expected to put a committee together to investigate voter fraud because he should’ve won the popular vote too.
“Despite losing the popular vote to Hillary Clinton, Trump won the presidency after claiming 306 electoral college votes, compared to Hillary Clinton’s 232.
However, Trump has contended that he would have won the popular vote as well ‘if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.’
According to White House officials, Trump is expected to sign an executive order this week launching an investigation into potential voter fraud and voter suppression across America. The commission will be lead by Vice President Mike Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.”
Regardless, Donald Trump is proud of his Electoral College victory, and he should be because he played the path better than anyone else has. He won the presidency when no one thought he would, including Hillary Clinton and her arrogant campaign staff.
So it would seem fittingly poetic.