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Max wants to start his week by talking about who else, Judge Kavanaugh and his new problems with getting confirmed on the Supreme Court. But Max has to get over the new news that the Trumpster wants to add another $200b worth of Chinese goods to his tariff list which already has tariffs on $50b in goods.
In this case the tariffs would be 10% but will increase to 25% in the New Year. Put another way, this is a tax on the middle class. Max gets into his ideas on how China might actually retaliate, which for certain will not be pretty as Max, who has been to China many times, reminds his listeners that Chinese people have something called ‘face’ which will not allow them to back down on the fight with Trump. Next Max has to jump into going after Ted Cruz yet again, well just because he cannot help himself. Max then goes back to Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, about how miserable they are so he decides to combine a new name for them, the Sour Twins. Then Max has to jump into the Brett Kavanaugh nomination to the Supreme Court and how the accuser, in saying that Kavanaugh attacked her 36 years ago, might be handled by Trump. Max decides he will probably try to seduce her as she seems quite cute.
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Max has a shock when he finds out that the Max Miller studio is running out of alcohol. What is a boy to do? Next Max gets into ideas for a book, we have had Fire and Fury, Fear, and now Max has another idea for a book title also beginning with F.
Of course Max has to get going on the Big News, and that of course the op-ed piece published anonymously in the New York Times and how much fun it is to watch Trump and his fellow travelers run around like the Max Miller Dog looking for a tennis ball, many of them saying “it wasn’t me.” Of course the news on the op-ed piece is not what it said, but that it was said at all. Trumps reactions to him are in fact predictable. In other words, Trumps unpredictably is totally predictable. Max has yet another plea to Fox News, want to be a hero, want to get rich, push the president, and poke him when you have the chance. Create a reaction and you will be remembered. Just like David Frost with Richard Nixon. They even made a movie about that! Max does have a mixed view of the now famous New York Times op-ed piece however, and wonders how this could have been handled differently. Max has an amazing solution for Trump’s trust issues, and that is bring in a bunch of Russians over to run the cabinet.
Max is back after Labor Day and is amazed that even he cannot keep track of what is going on in Trumpland, so to start his week Max decides to start drinking heavily as after all the Max Miller Studio does have a well-equipped bar, for a very good reason as we all should recognise.
His thirst quenched Max jumps into Trump’s attack yet again on Jeff Sessions this time criticizing Jeff for going after two Trump congressmen, Chris Collins and Duncan Hunter, although Max does choose Rep Hunter as his favorite of the two just for the sheer gall of the man. Next Max does get to go after one of his favorite targets The Cowardly Lion, Paul Ryan who Max asks yet again if Ryan as ever gone through puberty. Next Max has to jump into the hot news of the day, Bob Woodward’s new book, “Fear Inside The Trump White House,” and all the juicy stories which are mentioned. But as Max points out there is a running thread through all the stories and books that seem to come out about Donald Trump , and that is the chaos and pandemonium in the White House, and Max asks the basic question, who would believe that none of this was true? After all, as Max has said many times, Trump’s tweets, which Max believes are often sent while Trump is on his gold toilet are in fact windows into his soul, and simply reinforces the stories we hear about him as potentially true. Finally Max has some incredible news in Trump’s misinformation about John McCain.
Max gets ready for the long weekend by reminding us that both Republicans and Democrats in DC are failing the average working man or woman, and also reminds us that many of the Trump policies from the campaign are ones that Max could believe in. This is what it has come to, Trump claims that China hacked Hillary Clinton’s emails, so the FBI had to say this is not true. So Trump’s own FBI tells him he is wrong. Yikes! Then Trump claims that the NBC Lester Holt interview was “fudged,” which makes Max ask is Trump simply like the old song “It wasn’t me”? Deny everything until people question whether they are losing their minds. Next Max examines Trumps Tweets from the past few hours, which seem never ending, attacking the press, which Max thought was protected by the Constitution something so-called Conservatives used to care about. Although Trump does find time to attack books, Google and to state that he would like to see a Conservative social media site. It’s called the Internet Donald, although Max does take the time to explain to Donald how all this could work. Finally Max explains how Trump says the Democrats could be violent unless the evangelicals help him out.