I am determined to prove a villain,
To set my brother Clarence and the king
In deadly hate one against the other.
I am determined to set my brothers, Jeb and Ted and Chris and Marco, the whole pathetic lot, In deadly hate one against the other. I’ll skewer them, exposing their soft underbellies to the world. Starting with Jeb! A hundred million dollars can’t infuse him with energy or get that 800 pound gorilla off his back – sancta simplicitas, with a mere exclamation point! One by one, I’ll set them at each other’s throat.
(A spokesperson for The Donald stated yesterday that every move by his boss is carefully calibrated; preciseness is all, every dust-up, every shout-out at his rallies part of the master plan.)
In this weak, piping time of peace,
I hate the idle pleasure of these days…
So plots have I laid, inductions dangerous
All polls confirm I have dispatched the immediate contenders for the crown. They once numbered seventeen, mediocrities all. By inductions dangerous, such as Ted’s birth on foreign soil, or Marco’s flip-flopping on immigration, these upstarts are now irrelevent. (chuckling) Maybe I’ll send them to the Tower once I have seized power.
I am not shaped for sportive tricks,
To caper nimbly in a lady’s chamber.
I am rudely stamped and want love’s majesty.
Since I cannot prove a lover,
I am determined to prove a villain.
(shielding his eyes) Look at all the cameras in the back! Is this the Oscars? (crowd roars) A Trump rally is fun, right? We’re not pretty, but fun! fun! fun! (crowd goes wild) We’ll be dancing in Iowa next Monday. Was ever a Presidency in this humour wooed? Was ever a Presidency in this humour won? (aside) But more importantly, was ever a President crowned without debates? I dare not debate Hillary. Omigod! Debating Google would be easier. What are debates anyway? A form of calisthenics, nothing more. After Nixon and Kennedy, debates became a national habit. No law says our political process must include them. So, no debates, now or in future. I set precedent NOW in the Primaries for the General Election, which starts late in July, after the conventions.
You may partake of anything I say.
We speak no treason, man: we say
The king is wise and virtuous.
I will say to Ailes, “I speak no treason. I am fully aware that Fox News serves as the house organ of the Republican Party. And of course I know the ratings will crash sooner or later without my participation. But, man, what is one to do when attacked? And please, don’t mention Reince Priebus again. Fire him! (aside) I have turned the Republican National Committee into an impotent gang of over-the-moon, old, white geezers, with their autistic chairman.
Citizens, will you enforce me to a world of cares?
I am not made of stones,
But penetrable to your kind entreaties.
RICHARD, NOW THE KING
Since you will buckle fortune on my back,
To bear her burden, whether I will or no,
I must have patience to bear the load.
Our country can be great again, but we have weak leaders. They’re not competent. The Iran treaty is the worst case of negotiations I have ever seen. Do you know how much money we send to China every year? The number will make you sick, so I won’t say it. When I am President we will become such a force on the planet Putin will think twice before flexing his pecs (crowd roars).