“Of course, Trump was unlikely to let arguably the single most momentous and traumatic day of fighting of the 20th century upstage him. He was one of 15 world leaders to sign a special D-Day proclamation reaffirming the importance of co-operation and peace, but took the opportunity to remind everyone in Europe who’s the best by completely forgoing basic letter-signing decorum. Nothing says ‘We affirm that it is our shared responsibility to ensure that the unimaginable horror of these years is never repeated’ quite like scrawling your name at the top of a proclamation to show you’re actually the best.”
After almost two and a half years in office, Donald Trump has signed myriad executive orders, and you’d think that the stable genius would know that important documents are signed at the bottom.
But it’s probably not ignorance as much as narcissism that compelled the fucking moron to scrawl his signature at the top of the proclamation.
He wanted his signature to stand out, and he didn’t want the name of any of the European leaders to be in close proximity to his own. Just to me sure his signature stood out, he did a John Hancock.
I guess we can’t rule out that the buffoon thought that “D-Day” stood for “Donald Day”, and his autograph deserved a place of honor.
Dear Lord what a moron! Some patriot should tie his tiny hands so he can’t tweet or sign anything.