The President quite literally turned himself into the laughingstock of the entire world on Tuesday, September 25th, when he gave a freewheeling speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
Reports indicate that those in his inner circle have strong reactions to the appearance, not the least of which is presidential adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner.
Video footage showed Kushner with an upset, but knowing expression on his face as his father-in-law was being laughed at.
Audible laughter rang through the United Nations following Trump's statement that his administration "has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country in its first two years," and people couldn't resist commenting on Kushner's patently obvious reaction.
Trump has since tried to deny claims that he was being laughed at.
"So, the fake news said 'people laughed at President Trump,' " he said afterward. "They didn't laugh at me. People had a good time with me. We were doing it together."
Oh, please. Let's roll this again:
For those of you still watching the reality television show that is American politics, that sound you hear, the one of the 25th Amendment not being invoked, is ringing in a constitutional crisis.
The country is the laughingstock of the entire world, and that manifested in literal form over this week's press conference. Even Jared Kushner knows it. Will Trump ever come around to it? We won't hold our breath.