Donald Trump has not been doing very well, at least among those who have not dropped into the murky pool of his base. Some jokers decided to plant a funny full-page color ad in Trump’s home-away-from-home paper, The Palm Beach Daily News. The swanky society paper has covered events at Mar-a-Lago, so all of the president’s friends will see the ad.
A Twitter user, deputy director of
@capaction, co-host of @ThinkingCAPpod, and director of @gunsdownamerica tweeted out the eye-catching ad for the world to see:
‘This is an ad in The Palm Beach Daily News, a glossy socialite magazine that you can get at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago.’
No one appears to know who actually put the ad in the paper and paid $6,500 for it. Apparently, the company, Wareham Place LLC, does not have a Florida license, but its name references an upper-middle-class neighborhood in Queens, NY, Jamaica Estate.
The company made certain that all of Trump’s friends will see the cartoon ad showing the president trying to encircle the globe with his arms. Unfortunately, the giant earth looks as if any movement would crush 45.
The cartoon ad has a funny caption:
‘Lost the popular vote, Approval rating, Can’t get it up, Too small for the job.’
The co-founder of Mad Dog PAC, Claude Taylor, claimed that his group has had nothing to do with Wareham Place. The new political action committee’s purpose has been to put up ‘anti-Trump, anti-NRA, and anti-Republican’ enablers billboards. They line the president’s route to his Trump International Golf Club.
However, Taylor has contacted the company and released a statement for them:
‘By underlining his inadequacies in this personal way at a venue which is the bastion of his core supporters we hoped we would cause him to experience something like our own emotions when we consider the damage he has done to the concept of democracy and to essential American institutions.’
Featured Image via Getty Images/Spencer Platt.