During his first broadcast of the week, the Maxster discusses how he is nowhere near ready for Christmas (no surprise really), the Trump Foundation (of course), Mike Flynn (duh!), Jeanine Pirro (who?), FBI, tariffs and cheese. Yes, you read that last one one right, cheese.
Max makes it towards the end of the week by talking about how Apple is going to invest in Austin according the Wall Street Journal. Austin is of course the home of the Illustrious Max Miller Studio.
Now it turns out even the WSJ is talking about a new potential corruption thread against Trump, with a pay for access scandal that allowed people who helped pay for Trumps inauguration to gain access to the administration. Amazing! Next on the list is back to Max’s favorite, and that is Trump paying off women not to embarrass him. Max is somewhat amazed though that even the Trumpster goes over a line and hints that Michael Cohen’s family could be in trouble. What a classy guy. And let’s not forget, Trump denied for one year about any payment to these women at all. Finally Max does get to the main point of the program, and that is the plight of the Average Working Man or Woman. Max is rather depressed to learn that many families’ are still suffering in the so called booming economy, as he goes over some new facts.
Max starts his first show of the week, by talking about something that’s been on his mind for some time, and that is Brexit, and the unfortunate chaos that seems to have followed.
Max explains why he voted for Brexit and who he blames for the current mess. It is not a pretty story. Next Max gets into tariffs yet again, one of his favorite subjects, and how he is surprised that China has agreed to lower the tariffs on American made cars. Finally Max has to talk about the Smack Down between Trump and Pelosi where Max is amazed that Nancy questioned Trumps manhood. Clearly she has Trumps number, and Max wonders how long it will take before Trump fires back. At the end of the day though, Max comes back to a rather depressing observation, nothing that Trump or Pelosi plan on doing will help the average working American. In fact the topic didn’t even come up.
Max gets to Thursday in one piece, much to his amazement, where he broadcasts from the Max Miller Studio as usual, and is amazed to find out that Tucker Carlson does not seem impressed with the Trumpster at all, but Carlson did talk about this in an interview in Switzerland. Max would have been much more impressed if he would actually do this on Fox News and actually focused on things most Americans care about. Max then gets to President Bush’s funeral, which allows Max to take his “cheap shot of the day” at President Trump. Next Max gets into voter fraud, only this time it turns out the Republicans are not complaining because it seems it is the Republicans doing the fraud. Max ends up having to have a little lie down so he can recover from utter hypocrisy of it all. And yet once again, Max is highly disappointed yet again in Paul Ryan, AKA the Cowardly Lion, for questioning the electoral process this time because the GOP is losing in California. Max then jumps to Mike Flynn, the fallen general who seems to have understood that blood is thicker than water, and is making a deal with Mueller so he can also protect his son. To round out the show, Max looks at the latest news on tariffs, and the overall state of the Trump economy.
Max starts his week by reminding us why he started the Voice of the Radical Center, and how the message seems to be resonating around the United States.
Rather than jumping into his usual smack down of both the GOP and the Democrats, Max starts by reading the wonderful letter that George Bush wrote to Bill Clinton on the day Clinton took office, which Max calls an example of pure grace and places in contrast to the current times we live in. Eventually Max jumps into the current political situation focusing on Trumps tax on the middle class, otherwise known as tariffs and even though Trump said he would not forget the “forgotten” that is exactly what seems to have happened with Trumps attack on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) which is now run by Mick Mulvaney who actually hates the CFPB. Amazing! So much for protecting the Average Working American. Back on tariffs, it is no surprise the Trumpster reminds us he is “Tariff Man,” despite the fact the damage retaliatory tariffs are doing to farmers and small business.
Max is back from Thanksgiving which is his favorite holiday of the year, all about family and friendship, although he was upset as the internet went down for four days, which meant not only no internet but also no TV. Shock horror!
Yet much to his amazement, an AT&T rep showed up at the Maxsters house on Thanksgiving Day to fix the lines coming into his home that had been chewed by a squirrel. Finally Max gets down to work by bringing up Trumps lament that there isn’t a news station sycophantic enough and that there should be a new state run channel that seems to say nothing but great things about the Trumpster. Next Max gets into the General Motors layoffs which are bad enough, but Max explains why some of this is market based, but some of it is also caused by Trump’s tariffs. But let’s not forget Saudi Arabia is going to invest $450b in the United States that will surely make up for the GM layoffs. Yeah, right! Although Max does deliver a real solution for the Trump to deliver to those laid off workers. Yes, use all the new US Steel plants that are to be built to hire some of these workers. This does get Max to the missed opportunity that Trump could literally have been a transformational president, although a symptom of all this is Trump surrounding himself with people like Paul Manafort who it turns out are not capable of outsmarting Robert Mueller.