The Washington Post’s Style Invitational Continues to Have Fun With Donald Trump

From the Washington Post Style Invitational which this week asked readers for events that contradicted one another. Some of the good ones:

January 15: Trump’s presidency ends in confusion after someone mixes up his lists of last-minute pardons and executions.

January 19: Rudy Giuliani, wearing a colander on his head, holds a news conference at the Air & Space Museum, claiming Martian votes were not properly counted.

January 20: Trumps tees off precisely at noon and is expected to remain teed off for the next four years.

January 21: Federal marshals gently nudge Ben Carson awake and escort him from the building.

February 14: Trump’s new reality sinks in when Kim Jong Un doesn’t respond to his Valentine’s Day card and chocolates.

February 25: Most popular T-shirt at this year’s CPAC conference: “I got pardoned.”

November 3: To get back into the headlines, Donald Trump shoots somebody in the middle of Fifth Avenue.

Pat Myers, empress of The Style Invitational, points out that the names of the readers who came up with these clever and zingy events should have been included. She’s right—they are Frank Osen, Drew Bennett, Kevin Dopart, Duncan Stevens, John Hutchins, Mark Raffman and Chris Doyle!

 

 

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  1. Typically clever and zingy work by winners Frank Osen, Drew Bennett, Kevin Dopart, Duncan Stevens, John Hutchins, Mark Raffman and Chris Doyle!

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