If you haven’t seen the blog post about John Travolta and Kelly Preston after the death of their 16 year old son. It is sort of Peak Trump in the sense that it tells you everything you need to know about him in only a few short paragraphs.
I have always respected people who were loyal and faithful–which brings to mind Kelly Preston. A long time ago, before I was married, I met Kelly Preston at a club and worked like hell to try and pick her up. She was beautiful, personable, and definitely had allure. At the time I had no idea she was married to John Travolta.
In any event, my track record on this subject has always been outstanding, but Kelly wouldn’t give me the time of day. She was very nice, very elegant, but I didn’t have a chance with her, and that was that.
When I later found out she was married to John, I liked and respected her even more. Some people have values that matter to them, and she is one of them. Her loyalty was unwavering and I have always remembered that about her.
Being true to someone is very close to being true to yourself. That’s a valuable attribute in today’s world. I’m sure she was a wonderful mother to Jett and my thoughts are with her and her family after their terrible loss.
Donald J. Trump is Chairman of Trump University.
So let’s do a little analysis here. First, who the hell expresses their condolences for a tragic loss of a child by making the entire thing about how hard you tried to fuck the kid’s mother? Donald Trump does. Second, notice that he has to prop up his ego after being shot down by assuring everyone who reads it, including himself, that his “track record” of picking up women has “always been outstanding.” Third, given that he has openly bragged about adultery, both with others while he was married and with others who were married, his claim that he “likes and respects” those who are loyal is an admission that he has no reason to like or respect himself. And fourth, he posted this to the Trump University website and signed it as president of that “esteemed” institution.
Neither do the rest of us, of course.