President Trump continues to mourn the death of brother Robert Trump

Donald losing brother Robert has been a body blow.

This president has an election, Democrat reptiles slithering around, a countrywide pandemic, an employment crisis, a blathering Biden, wars on the economic front, our hideous social structure, the world’s aggressive foreign countries — and for three meals a day, he has to eat hate.

Trust Mother, his insides are not the same as they were. Did the brothers have their difficulties? Yeah, doesn’t everyone with a family member somewhere down the line? It was long back. It was long over. They were devoted. They spoke constantly.
He treasured Robert. This has been rough for him. How anyone can withstand such pressure is beyond comprehension. Who else could do it?

Basement Biden, who can’t glue a sentence together? One has to respect this leader’s strength. President Trump is the real live Man of Steel.

Biden would be dampening his Pampers.

Please try to pay attention

Highest-paid actor two years in a row — Dwayne Johnson. The Rock pocketed $87.5 mil. Next, Adam Sandler, Ryan Reynolds, Mark Wahlberg, Ben Affleck and Vin Diesel. Vin Diesel? What happened to Tom Cruise or DiCaprio? Maybe they get the hair tonic award. Highest of all time is Clooney at $239 million, so that’s why his wife can wear all those shmattas . . . AIRBNB’S renting Blockbuster’s last standing store — $4 a night in whereverthehell’s Bend, Ore. No reservations. Bend is not exactly SRO . . . The Hamptons are thanking Andrew Saffir, who alone is doing hot weather VIP cinema openings. Some in cars, some on lawns. It’s keeping residents from killing their partners/paramours/housekeepers/shares/live-ins and kids . . . State Sen. Brad Hoylman — Chelsea, Hell’s Kitchen, the Village, Upper West Side’s 27th District — is running for boro prez.

Say hello to old pals

Everyone gone bye-bye now says hello. Sept. 1 it’s the Robin Williams doc “Robin’s Wish.” Widow Susan: “Robin suffered anxiety, paranoia, insomnia, scary altered realities plus despair. His last wish was to help people be less afraid.” Also now “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” the Dickens character, not the illusionist. Shot in England. Dev Patel stars. Co-star, Ben Whishaw. Plus Tilda Swinton and Hugh Laurie. If you itch to learn more about Uriah Heep and Mr. Wilkins Micawber, watch Aug. 28.

Smoke show

Back aways Sinatra’s pals blew big-time hot air. During today’s summertime corona atmosphere, that’s back again. Midtown’s Carnegie Club is a Sinatra-themed cigar hangout bar. Its AC has gone kaputsville. The repair job’s $20,000. But with patrons now smoking and coughing outside, the Tishman Speyer building — either anticipating a blizzard or a vaccine — hasn’t yet made this investment. Meanwhile, sweltering/not sweltering, business there is smokin’.

NYers brace for the boot

NOT sure is this Phase 2, Phase 3 or Phase Up Yours. But New York courts stopped evictions that preceded March 17. Oct. 1 evictions continue again. That’s if another hearing before a judge sees other alternatives short of putting families out on the street. Tenants hope the freeze stays. Landlords hope it unthaws. Evictions started after March 17 get suspended until further notice.

Hidin’ slidin’ Biden got asked, “How are things in Glocca Morra?” And answered: “They say I’m winning that state.”

Only in the USA, kids, only in the USA.

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