Trump Is Calling For “Every School Across Our Land” To Have A Copy Of Obnoxious Children’s Book About How “Handsome King Donald” Was Treated Unfairly: “The Plot Against The King”

I don't even know what to say to this...


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Look, we know damn good and well at this point that ex-President Donald Trump is a narcissistic ego-maniac. While we’re not mental health professionals, you don’t really have to be to see all of the glaring, blatant, tell-tale signs of a man who truly, honestly, and whole-heartedly believes that he’s God’s gift to humankind.

But even for the likes of an egotistical jackass so severe as Donald Trump, you would think there would have to be some sort of line where even he stops to think, “No. This is too much.”

But there’s not. There’s really… REALLY not.

In one of his most obnoxious moves yet, the disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached former guy has now taken to his new dumpster fire of a social media platform, Truth Social, to hawk a new children’s book about himself and the “Russian Hoax,” that quite literally refers to Donald Trump as “the Handsome King Donald.”

This is not a joke. I am as serious as a heart attack.

“The Plot Against the King is the true story about the Russia Collusion hoax, written for children, by my friend @Kash,” Trump wrote in a “truth” post, referring to Kash Patel who authored the disturbing children’s book. “Live the tale thru the eyes of great characters like the handsome King Donald and Kash the Wizard.”

“This story showcases how Hillary Queenton and a Shifty Knight tried to destroy our democracy, but truth and the MAGA King prevailed. Support this great patriot, educate our children, and put a copy in every school across our land,” Trump wrote in the Truth Social post.

Deeply important and historically accurate books are literally being banned in schools and libraries all across the nation, yet Donald Trump wants this absolute garbage to be made available to American children in “every school across our land.”

I’ll give you three guesses as to how the American people responded to this nonsense, but I promise you only really need one:

Welp, I’m disturbed enough for the day. Thanks.

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