Posted by | December 3, 2016 20:13 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly Opinion Politics

He ran as a populist and is positioning himself to govern with his cadre of elite billionaires.

Remember Trump’s talk about taking on the elites and the well-connected? Well, you can stick a sterling-silver fork in it.

The Trump campaign, a revolution of sans-culottes, has yielded to a Trump transition that feels more like Mel Brooks’s “History of the World, Part I.”

Count de Monet: It is said that the people are revolting.

King Louis XVI: You said it. They stink on ice!

If you feared that Trump would destabilize markets and impose reckless protectionism, his early appointments are reassuring. If you wanted him to shake up the system and depose the coastal elites — well, early signs are you’ve been had.

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By: Alan

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  • bpollen

    The kinda fork I would use would be pitch.

  • StoneyCurtisll

    To the castle~!

    • Larry Schmitt

      Release the hounds!

  • Mark Bub

    Melanoma . . . err Melania is practicing her first lady line . . . “Let Them Eat Cake”

    • Larry Schmitt

      Which Marie Antoinette never said.

    • Jungle_Bhoy

      Or given her background in porn… ‘Let Them Eat C**k’

  • StoneyCurtisll

    I hear the menu that evening included Lamb Chops, Frog Legs, and Mitt Romney’s Bawls…
    Awkward..
    http://media.vanityfair.com/photos/583edb39ca6f7ee00ec2921d/master/pass/mitt%20romney%20donald%20trump%20dinner.jpg

  • Deplorable E Neuman

    another sore loser