“A new book reveals President Donald Trump had a lot of questions about badgers in the early months of his presidency, according to a report from Business Insider.
Trump would ask Reince Priebus, his first White House chief of staff who hails from Wisconsin, whether badgers are mean to people,’ how they work, and how aggressive they can get, according to ‘Sinking in the Swamp: How Trump’s Minions and Misfits Poisoned Washington,’ by Daily Beast reporters Lachlan Markay and Asawin Suebsaeng.
Wisconsin State Journal
Like a toddler the Leader of the Free World obsesses over random subjects for no discernable reason. A little brat will see a spider on the wall, and all of a sudden, he will ask a hundred and one questions about spiders, expecting you to answer with the expertise of an arachnologist.
Trump expected Reince Priebus, his first White House chief of staff to be an expert on the short-legged omnivores because he hails from Wisconsin, the Badger State. You can ignore a young child who pesters you with questions about spiders, badgers or extraterrestrial beings, but when the President of the United States has lots of questions about badgers, you’d better pretend to be an expert on the subject.
The stable genius didn’t question Priebus about badgers during his “executive time” but during staff meetings when they were discussing important subjects like health care or the war in Afghanistan. If only the fucking moron expressed such a curiosity and interest about climate change or health care.
It’s a good thing Reince wasn’t born in Delaware, the Blue Hen State, or Trump would have asked lots of questions about blue hens. Even an obsequious pipsqueak like Priebus might have told Trump to shut the hell up if Trump inquired if a blue hen would make a good pet for Barron.