The Amazing Trump once again revealed his superior mental powers to the world in an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox. With his all-powerful brain, he can telepathically declassify top secret documents just by thinking about it.
“I can just think it’s classified and it is!”
Even the Amazing Kreskin couldn’t claim to do that!
Sure, it sounds more mental patient than mentalist, even the ramblings of someone who’s eaten too much Nyquil chicken, washed down by a chaser of Clorox.
But Donald has flaunted his mental prowess before.
“Actually throughout my life, my 2 greatest assets have been mental stability and being like really smart.”
Let’s not forget, Trump demonstrated his superpowers and high-caliber brain by staring boldly at the solar eclipse without protective glasses, making a mockery of us mere mortals subject to the laws of nature.
Laws like glasses are for sissies. And certainly doesn’t apply to stable geniuses.
There’s No Business Like Show Business
If this politics gig doesn’t pan out for him and he’s not locked up in the slammer there is a big career waiting for him in Vegas as a mentalist and an illusionist.
Billing himself as “Trump The Amazing Stable Genius” he would be boffo.
He has long shown the powers of a conjurer and a magician, wowing us with his skills as a world-class illusionist.
Houdini-like he excels in escaping what appears to be impossible situations, whether an impeachment or the Russia scandal.
Early on this consummate showman performed stage magic by convincing us he was a successful businessman worth billions.
His ability to cast a spell and hypnotize millions into believing his act was world-class. And no magician has ever presented the sleight of hand trick as he did in 2016 when he pulled the presidency out of thin air.
We’ve known of his exceptional mental prowess for years, mainly because he never hesitates to tell us.
Sorry losers and haters, but my IQ is one of the highest – and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure, it’s not your fault,” Donald Trump wrote on Twitter in September 2013.
It is our fault if we ever believe anything he says. Then we really are losers.
The earliest meaning of illusionist was “one who suffers from illusions” though it soon came to mean one who creates “illusions.” In this case, Trump fits both.