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Max starts his week by wondering if anyone in DCLand, Republican or Democrat has done anything lately for the Average Working American. Max starts by discussing the rise of the ride on scooters like Lime and Bird, and how naïve these companies were as they are having a hard time in certain cities in the UK.
Next Max jumps into why Kanye West was invited to the West Wing, and Max provides the answer, which will shock and amaze you. Max is however very impressed with Donald Trump latest insult against woman, by in this case calling Stormy Daniels a “horseface” which Max thinks is highly original. Ten out of ten for originality Max thinks as he gets into, yet again Donald Trump’s serious mommy issues. This leads Max down the path of Trumps fixation with insults against woman as he recaps some of Trumps Greatest Insults and his fixation on woman and blood. Max quotes just a single Republican who said that Trumps insult was wrong, but are you surprised to find out that the Republican is in fact retiring, which means that no Republican leader such as McConnell or Ryan has come out and said that Trumps insults of woman are in fact wrong. Finally Max reminds us all that the GOP claimed they were the party of fiscal responsibility yet the deficit continues to grow at an alarming rate.
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Max ends his week by looking at the fact that Americans seem to be drinking more heavily which is understandable given what is going on in DC when people like Kayne West visit the White House. Max goes through some startling statistics about the number of Americans who have now, like the Maxter, decided to start drinking heavily. Max is surprised that Donald Trump hasn’t claimed credit for the growth in liquor sales, which no doubt he would claim is very good thing. Max then gets into the act that he has been told off yet again by the “suits” that run the radio stations because they think Max is making too much fun of Sean Hannity. Max had no idea that Sean was such a “snowflake.” Next Max looks at Larry Kudlow who is Donald Trump’s chief economic advisor. Unfortunately as Max points out, Larry’s history of explaining how wonderful things are, well let’s just say Larry’s economic forecasting leaves a lot to be desired. Which leads Max to what he appears to be the end of the world and dogs and cats are living together, after all the GOP has done a complete 180 on things they used to claim they cared about. Max jumps into the state of healthcare in United States and how Medicare For All as Bernie Sanders explains is really unworkable, but of course the Maxster has a solution. And speaking of the Democrats, Max has the solution to increasing the turnout in low turnout districts.
Max makes it to Hump Day by finally getting to the list items that he missed from his previous show as he was so caught up in debunking Hugh Hewitt’s magic list of Trump’s so called accomplishments, and how none of the item on Hugh’s list had any benefit for the Average Working American.
Max kicks off the show by explaining how dangerous the new scooters are from Bird and Lime which seem to be all over Austin, and how Dan The Long Suffering Producer of Max Miller managed to crash one of these scooters, much to the detriment of his face, which max finds so off putting he asks Dan to put a paper bag over his head. Max finally gets to what is going on in DCLand and how the GOP used to stand for conservatism, small government, no debt and so on, but the party has become so corrupt that none of these things seem to matter. The same is true for the Sour Twins; Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity who day in and day out let their own audience down. Then Max pivots to Texas and Ted Cruz and his total capitulation to Donald Trump, which is now highlighted by a new anti-Cruz commercial. Max next gets to the resignation of Niki Haley, US Ambassador to the United Nations and her views of how America is now more respected thanks to Donald Trump. So Max has to remind her that he has been to many of the countries that are supposed to now respect more, which Max has yet to see the respect firsthand. Finally Max has to jump to Kavanaugh now being on the Supreme Court and Trumps apology to him on behalf all men everywhere.
Max starts his week by looking over the past 24 hours to see if anyone in DC, Republican or Democrat has done anything for the Average Working American, and as ever the answer is no. Max next gets into how Donald Trump’s taxes (what he calls tariffs) are really going to hurt many of his voters, especially anyone that shops at Dollar Tree, Wal-Mart and if you’re lucky Target.
And it’s only going to get worse if the US increases taxes on Chinese goods to 25% early next year. Max then talks about his Twitter war with Hugh Hewitt, who has a list of great accomplishments that he claims Trump is responsible for, but when Max goes through the list he realizes that 95% of the list that Hewett claims Trump should be proud of, does nothing for the Average Working American. Sadly Max is not surprised. Max then jumps to Medicare and how the GOP is now claiming, in a massive irony, that it is the Democrats who want to take away Medicare from Americans. Max gets so caught up in all this that he runs out of time to talk about Nikki Haley resigning from her post as US Ambassador to the UN. Finally Max decides he needs to finish his Scotch that he obtained from the bar that is in the Max Miller Studio