Donald Trump Is Highly Offended That A Woman Played Sean Spicer On “Saturday Night Live”

February 7, 2017 / Posted by:

One of Donald Trump’s early Sunday morning rituals has been pounding his roasted baby carrot fingers on his phone as he rages against Alec Baldwin and his favorite show Saturday Night Live for making fun of him again. But strangely enough, Trump didn’t fart out a single tweet about Melissa McCarthy’s Emmy-Oscar-Nobel Peace Price-worthy take on Sean Spicer, which was very “Matt Foley on testosterone-laced meth” to me. Even Sean Spicer said words about it and told reporters that he thought Melissa’s drag king impersonation of him was “cute.” But a “top Trump donor” told Politico that Melissa’s Spicer act achieved the impossible: it shut Trump up.

The source said that Melissa’s Spicer “rattled” the White House. I took that to mean that seeing Melissa McCarthy in Sean Spicer drag stirred up sexy feelings in Trump and has caused him to act awkward around the real Sean Spicer. But the source says that Trump didn’t tweet about the skit because he was too busy fapping to Melissa as Spicer. Trump didn’t tweet about the skit because it really stabbed a nerve and he didn’t like seeing a member of his team “look weak.” And according to Politico’s source, “weak” to Trump is a person with a vagina.

More than being lampooned as a press secretary who makes up facts, it was Spicer’s portrayal by a woman that was most problematic in the president’s eyes, according to sources close to him.

“Trump doesn’t like his people to look weak,” added a top Trump donor.

Trump’s uncharacteristic Twitter silence over the weekend about the “Saturday Night Live” sketch was seen internally as a sign of how uncomfortable it made the White House feel. Sources said the caricature of Spicer by McCarthy struck a nerve and was upsetting to the press secretary and to his allies, who immediately saw how damaging it could be in Trump world.

So because Politico’s source said that Trump’s kryptonite may be a woman impersonating his staffer on a TV show, people have suggested that SNL should get other women to impersonate his other staffers. When someone suggested that Rosie O’Donnell should play a Trump staffer, she said she’s into playing Steve Bannon.

Okay, but what if SNL gave Alec Baldwin the weekend off and got Rosie O to play Trump? If Rosie played Trump on SNL and her episode got record ratings, that may send him over the edge. He’d announce his resignation as POTUS, because he’ll need to devote all of his time to getting revenge on his arch rival by playing her in a skit. And yes, Trump’s impersonation of Rosie would be nothing but him saying, “Hello, my name is Rosie O’Donnell, and I’m a fat, disgusting pig,” while wearing a plastic pig snout.


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