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Max decides to he cannot wait to get his latest recording in the bag, so he drags his long suffering producer Dan down to the illustrious Max Miller studio as inspiration decided to strike, and Max didn’t want to miss it. After all, inspiration is sorely missing from Max Millers life it would seem. So what inspired Max to get down to the studio at 1am so he can get his thoughts down on tape?
Max has come to the conclusion that the way to media greatness is to be insulted by Donald Trump, so Max asks Trump to please insult him. Max will take any insult, a dog, a liar, a pig, the dumbest, whatever takes the Trumpsters fancy, Max will take it, although he is not sure there is too much benefit for being in the same company as Omarosa, but clearly Omarosa is a street smart woman. Omarosa did say that she Donald trump eating paper… Charlie what now? Max also tries to reach out to Alex Jones again, as his media empire is under attack, to offer him the chance to appear on the Max Miller program to explain his views as he is in Austin with Max, and not only that Max would help Alex regulate his meds which are clearly not up to snuff. Next Max jumps into John Brennan having is security clearance evoked, yet somehow Mike Flynn, who is under indictment, is still able to keep his. Yikes!
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Max starts his first show of the week explaining that he needs more executive time like the Donald, which is why he has been taking Mondays off just so he can catch a breath to recover from all that is going on in DCland.
For a change Max starts off by analyzing Nancy Pelosi verses the Republicans who have held the same position as House Speaker, amongst the people who Max looks at, Paul Ryan, John Boehner, Newt Gingrich and Dennis Hastert. Next gets into the Trump scandal De Jour, which is the ex-Trump sycophant Omarosa seems to have been recording conversations since 2016, for an amazing two years it turns out, which means there are many other shoes to drop with all these recordings. Only in a Trump White House would someone feel they need to record it would seem every conversation. Mind you after reading what Omarosa has said went on in the White House, you have to admire her foresight in doing the recordings in the first place. Next Max marvels at another woman, in this case Sarah Sanders for her fortitude in dealing with the Donster and the press from the free world. At what point does this woman break? Of course the hard part for her was trying to explain how Donald Trump has not used the N-word “as far as she is aware.” Yikes. Amazingly Max actually has some nice things to say about Fox News. What has Max been drinking? Finally Max makes an appeal to Mark Burnett the producer from The Apprentice.
Max reminds everyone that as an independent he gets in trouble with everyone who is either a Republican or Democrat no matter what he says, as he cannot agree with all of them all the time. As usual Max asks what have Trump, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi done for the average working American.
And as much as Max thinks Trump is not qualified to be president, Mike Pence would be much worse. Once Max gets his groove going on the show, he explains that the GOP really doesn’t deserve to be in power and are in fact kindred spirits of the UK Labour Party. Max also explains that Donald Trump in a huge bout of irony, had he been, well somewhat normal, he would have single handedly destroyed all that the GOP and the Democrats stand for. Which Max surprisingly agrees needed to happen. Unfortunately, Trump’s temperament means he is incapable of delivering on what he said he was going to do. Max then questions how the Cowardly Lion Paul Ryan was capable of even fathering children given his lack of testosterone and spine. At this point Max talks about his many conversations with Shallow Hal, otherwise known as Sean Hannity, and of course another old white guy Alex Jones. Exhausted after talking about Alex, and Tucker Carlson, Max has enough energy to talk about Devin Nunes, before he decides it’s time to go to the pub.
Max starts the week late, Tuesday to be exact as he needed a day off, or as the Donald would call it, some “executive time,” although in this case the Max Miller Dog has decided to join Max in the Max Miller Studio where Max enjoys a really nice cup of tea. Max also explains that being an independent is actually quite hard as the right wing people get mad and the left wing want to cry.
Max finds he either wants to slap them silly or give them a hug. Max then gets in to Donald Trump’s choice of the characters he hangs out with. If you can judge a person by their friends then you have to wonder about Trump’s choices, not forgetting of course that Trump told us he would hire only the very best. Next Max gets into Paul Manafort and his trial, which is proving by the hour the old adage that there is no honor amongst thieves. But why does Manafort think he can win this case? Can you spell “pardon” everybody? Obviously Max has to get into fellow Austinite Alex Jones being kicked off of just about every social platform on the planet, although let’s not forget these companies are private and can do what they want. But Max does offer some solid advice and ideas for getting cheap meds from Canada, and makes the suggestions that Alex come on the Max Miller show so that he can explain how the whole world is against him, but one thing is for sure, Alex sure does whine a lot. Naturally Little Tucker Carlson has to come to his aid. After all this it is amazing Max finds time to talk about tariffs. Phew!