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Max kicks off his mid-week show, by wondering what the word “Grand” means in the Grand Old Party and if anyone in the GOP would actually stand up for what they believe is right. In particular the Cowardly Lion, Paul Ryan and Lindsey Graham who never quite seem to be able to grow a spine, yet they wear the American flag on their lapels just to prove to us how patriotic they are.
Then Max gets into Donald Trump’s word salad when he tries to explain the difference between “wouldn’t” and “would.” The only person who seemed to believe this was Laura Ingram and Sean Hannity who are looking more servile with each passing day and are clearly wondering what it is they have got themselves into. Although Ingram is clearly so naive that she would let anyone who says they are from Microsoft access her home PC. Of course we have absolutely no idea what was discussed during the two hour meeting with Putin even though Trump claims it was great success. Then Max jumps into the Democrats, where the hell are you?? Are not capable of doing anything for the average American. Finally even though he is running out of time, Max does find a few minutes to talk about tariffs.
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Max starts off his late night broadcast by getting totally distracted by of all things, ghosts, cars and dogs. It takes Max’s long suffering producer Dan a few minutes to get Max back in line and to focus on the topics of the day, tariffs, Trump and so much more, but not before Max questions yet again why people think that Tesla’s are actually good cars.
So Max starts off riffing about tariffs and how they will affect “zee Germans” who manufacture BMW, Mercedes and others in states that voted for Trump. Max also reminisces about how he was sworn at for the first time on the radio, which Max wonders has he finally lost his radio virginity? And if you think that Donald isn’t itching to place tariffs on German luxury cars, then Max has a bridge in Brooklyn he would like to sell you. Of course these tariffs will also have a negative effect on future investment. Next Max reminds us all that Russia is actually not a strong country at all, but is in fact a country that puts on a good show. Max also explains of all things his difficulty on ordering milkshakes from a drive through..
Max does his regular week in review to see if anyone, Republican or American has done anything for the average working American, which in the fourteen weeks he has been doing the weekly roundup, the answer is unfortunately no.
Before Max gets into what happened during the week, he has a quick update on his total lack of sports in his DNA and the fact that England beat Sweden in the World Cup, during which Max feels he aged twenty years. Next Max jumps into one of the more controversial topics such as Medicare for all which he believes make total sense and makes a bet it will happen in his lifetime. Of course Max has to talk about tariffs and how Trump has told us trade wars are an “easy win” and goes into some detail about how these tariffs are having an effect in unexpected places such as lobsters, nails and now even soybeans. Next Max quotes an amazing observation on the trade wars which he believes sums up the issues we are now facing. Max is also of the opinion that Trump is itching to place tariffs on German cars, no matter what happens as Trump is really upset that there are so many Mercedes Benz in the United States. Finally Max can’t but crow a bit about the recent trials and tribulations of Scott Jordan and the hypocrites who should be demanding a full and fair inquiry.
Max starts off by explaining what he did for July 4th, and how it is one of his favorite holidays. Then moving directly on, Max has to explain why Scott Pruitt really is a “sad, pathetic little man.” But as Max has explained previously, it is simply because Pruitt just couldn’t put up with being poor around all these wealthy people in the Trump administration.
Seeing as Pruitt has now resigned, Max wonders how he will make a living and how many members of Trump’s team have quit in only eighteen months. Max does suggest though that if Pruitt wants to avoid the great unwashed he needs to set up an Ubereats account. Although Max does plead that Pruitt does run for office, if for nothing else it would be extremely entertaining. Next Max gets to tariffs and the pain it is causing smaller companies, many of which no doubt voted for the Donster but of course will be ignored by Conservative Media Complex. Somehow Max finds time to talk about Trump’s bowel movements. Finally Max has always said that Trump’s tweets are a window into his soul, even with all the spelling mistakes.