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(Vanity Fair)   Trump says he is not on vacation as he golfs at his New Jersey golf course and does his best impression of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn while crashing various weddings   ( vanityfair.com) divider line
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2017-08-07 04:17:09 PM  
I'm guessing his clubs have a price sheet that now includes:

"President Trump stops by your reception for a photo" - $100,000 (payable to Help Me, My Daughter Tiffany Isn't Talented PAC)
"President Trump cuts your wedding cake for you" - $200,000 (payable to The Creamy Hamstrings of Vladimir Fund)
"President Trump offers to grab the pussy of the Bride while Groom gets to pilot drone over Kandahar Province" - $500,000 (payable to Oh God, These Russian Mobsters were Spetsnaz and will take my thumbs if the envelope is light this week)
"President Trump brings Presidential Seal to Honeymoon Suite for Bride to Urinate On While Trump Watches" - FREE
 
2017-08-07 04:33:19 PM  
Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding
 
2017-08-07 06:14:43 PM  
To be fair he's doing the same amount of "work" as he used to do before he became predisent.
 
2017-08-07 06:27:19 PM  

fusillade762: To be fair he's doing the same amount of "work" as he used to do before he became predisent.


I don't know about that. I think he's actually started doing a negative amount of work since his inauguration.
 
2017-08-07 06:43:09 PM  

Serious Black: fusillade762: To be fair he's doing the same amount of "work" as he used to do before he became predisent.

I don't know about that. I think he's actually started doing a negative amount of work since his inauguration.


Are you dividing by zero?????
 
2017-08-07 07:00:52 PM  

ginandbacon: Serious Black: fusillade762: To be fair he's doing the same amount of "work" as he used to do before he became predisent.

I don't know about that. I think he's actually started doing a negative amount of work since his inauguration.

Are you dividing by zero?????


Alternative math.
 
2017-08-07 07:04:33 PM  
Heard in my Indiana town:

He's not taking vacations that are costing us, he's just going to places he already owns. He's saving us money.

F*cking pig ignorant red-necked jackals
 
2017-08-07 07:06:10 PM  
Lazy, hypocritical, un-American POS continues to be a lazy, hypocritical, un-American POS.

Film at 11.

The grand juries cannot work fast enough.
 
2017-08-07 07:07:24 PM  
Wonder if he's tried to invoke jus primae noctis yet?

/spell check doesn't know how to Latin
//euge, verbum iocus!
///tribus
 
2017-08-07 07:07:53 PM  
esq.h-cdn.co
 
2017-08-07 07:08:19 PM  
I'm sure he'd be dead in that moment, SS or no, if he showed up at any wedding of my family.

My aged grandmother would eviscerate him without spilling a drop of blood. "This wedding is for family only, Mr. President, and you weren't invited."
 
2017-08-07 07:09:04 PM  
I'll be honest... considering his job performance as POTUS so far, go ahead and take a 3.5 year long vacation mr trump and let the adults handle everything. We'll bring the bills to you when they need signatures.
 
2017-08-07 07:09:30 PM  
Owen Wilson impressions?  Wow.
 
2017-08-07 07:10:19 PM  

Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding


I'd refuse to pay and sue the venue for breach of contract.
 
2017-08-07 07:10:47 PM  
As we all know, the president is better than us. How could he not be? Look at his life. For one, he's the freaking president of the United States, a massively popular leader who inspires the nation he expertly rules every day. And, of course, there's his vast and unknowable wealth-it's unknowable, but we do know that it's vast-which has afforded him only the finest of things. You can see it in his bespoke suits, perfectly tailored to his body. You can see it in his magnificent homes, gilded rococo wonders that evoke Liberace's burial sepulchre. The president simply lives better than the rest of us do.
So it should come as no surprise that, per a Page Six report today, the president, before he became the president, was known for driving around in "a golf cart that went twice as fast as everyone else's," according to a Page Six source. The reason was that the president always plays through on the golf course-skipping ahead of other people on the course-and so he needs something speedy to quickly travel from hole to hole.
Hence the golf cart that Page Six has deemed "supersonic," though there is no evidence at this point that the golf cart could, in fact, break the sound barrier. Regardless, it is quite a sight to imagine. The president zooming around the greenery, twice as fast as the rest, mighty hair a'billow in the wind, crisp golfing shirt taut against his immortal frame. What a thing that must have been to see.
Now, Page Six-envious, of course, of the president's superior existence-has to go and try to sully the whole thing, implying that it's rude to play through, and addressing rumors that the president broke "the cardinal rule of golf" by driving a cart right onto the green at one of his clubs. But those are just the jealous snipings of people who have not yet given into the purest and most warming fact of the moment, that the president's supreme lifestyle will eventually lift and ennoble us all. We just have to let him live it.
The real takeaway from this story, I think, is that we haven't seen this magical, souped-up golf cart in action. Why aren't there official White House videos of this thing doing donuts on the South Lawn, or shuttling people to Dulles in record time, or anything else this cart could be doing? This great whizzing contraption could be put into the service of the nation. If the president is willing to share it, of course. He has no obligation to do that. Should he want to keep this mechanical marvel to himself, then that is his prerogative and we must and should support that to the full extent of our capacity. But should he decide to share this splendid vehicle with his loyal and adoring subjects, we would all be doubly blessed. Vroom vroom, Mr. President! Vroom vroom!
 
2017-08-07 07:10:57 PM  
I understand that on FARK, there's no 100% way to say something. However, one plays golf or plays a round of golf. I'm sure someone can tell us when the game of golf (noun) became a verb. It's my burden to bear or bare.....
 
2017-08-07 07:14:42 PM  

Alaskan Yoda: Heard in my Indiana town:

He's not taking vacations that are costing us, he's just going to places he already owns. He's saving us money.

F*cking pig ignorant red-necked jackals


Goddammitsomuch.
 
2017-08-07 07:15:02 PM  

fusillade762: To be fair he's doing the same amount of "work" as he used to do before he became president.


This is exactly the problem. By his own admission, he thought that the Presidency wouldn't be so much work, that it would be basically what he was doing before - golf, expensive dinners, smiles, handshakes, and staged photo ops; being the public face of a brand while 'others' handled the details - just on a bigger scale.
 
2017-08-07 07:17:08 PM  
Is it me, or does that picture look straight out of the Natural History Museum?
 
2017-08-07 07:17:40 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding

I'd refuse to pay and sue the venue for breach of contract.


If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.
 
2017-08-07 07:18:02 PM  

SoFlaNative52: I'm sure someone can tell us when the game of golf (noun) became a verb.


When the majority of the population decided that one syllable was quite enough for a game as insufferable as golf.
 
2017-08-07 07:18:21 PM  
How can any human, even a semi-human like him, spend 17 farking days at a golf course in NJ?
 
2017-08-07 07:19:12 PM  
D2S shows up
Not on vacation - WORKING!!!
Bedminster Golf Club
 
2017-08-07 07:19:59 PM  

Barricaded Gunman: Alaskan Yoda: Heard in my Indiana town:

He's not taking vacations that are costing us, he's just going to places he already owns. He's saving us money.

F*cking pig ignorant red-necked jackals

Goddammitsomuch.


I'm done. Even though it's a right to work state, I owe it to start and finish the school year at this point since we are already in soccer. But I'm done with these jakals. Because it's right to work and no contracts, we just lost two teachers to a richer school district that poached them. Days before school starts.

fark middle America. Let them reap what they sow.
 
2017-08-07 07:20:02 PM  

BigNumber12: If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.


Eh.  Might have been booked a year ago, or they decided while he was a sack of shiat that was the best/most convenient venue, or the mother-in-law demanded it, or etc etc.  Just because they are willing to use the place doesn't mean they're a MAGA fark.
 
2017-08-07 07:20:39 PM  
Headed for bluer states come May.
 
2017-08-07 07:22:34 PM  

SoFlaNative52: I understand that on FARK, there's no 100% way to say something. However, one plays golf or plays a round of golf. I'm sure someone can tell us when the game of golf (noun) became a verb. It's my burden to bear or bare.....


Sometime in the 18th century, iirc.  It's definitely not a new thing, by any means.
 
2017-08-07 07:23:03 PM  
In this weekend's performance, Trump can be heard on video asking if his staff were doing a good job for all the guests at the wedding.

Emoluments, people. Emoluments.
 
2017-08-07 07:23:41 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2017-08-07 07:24:09 PM  

BigNumber12: Satanic_Hamster: Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding

I'd refuse to pay and sue the venue for breach of contract.

If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.


This. If you're still buying/renting/giving any money to Trump at this point, you're supporting him.

It's not like he changed in the last 5 years. If you booked your wedding at a Trump establishment, you knew what you were doing and what type of person you were giving your money to.
 
2017-08-07 07:24:10 PM  
The big difference is, people ENJOYED having Vince and Luke at their weddings.
/"You shut your mouth when you're talking to me."
 
2017-08-07 07:25:00 PM  

scottydoesntknow: BigNumber12: Satanic_Hamster: Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding

I'd refuse to pay and sue the venue for breach of contract.

If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.

This. If you're still buying/renting/giving any money to Trump at this point, you're supporting him.

It's not like he changed in the last 5 years. If you booked your wedding at a Trump establishment, you knew what you were doing and what type of person you were giving your money to.


I say, "Let him crash."
 
2017-08-07 07:25:38 PM  
Bored out of his mind
Nothing good on the TV
Rainy day tweet storm
 
2017-08-07 07:26:02 PM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: ginandbacon: Serious Black: fusillade762: To be fair he's doing the same amount of "work" as he used to do before he became predisent.

I don't know about that. I think he's actually started doing a negative amount of work since his inauguration.

Are you dividing by zero?????

Alternative math.


Great. More "new" math.
 
2017-08-07 07:31:14 PM  
Making America
Great again is such hard work
Nineteen over par
 
2017-08-07 07:33:11 PM  

scottydoesntknow: BigNumber12: Satanic_Hamster: Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding

I'd refuse to pay and sue the venue for breach of contract.

If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.

This. If you're still buying/renting/giving any money to Trump at this point, you're supporting him.

It's not like he changed in the last 5 years. If you booked your wedding at a Trump establishment, you knew what you were doing and what type of person you were giving your money to.


I dunno, 5 years ago I was thankfully clueless about what sort of a person he is.

The people getting married at stuff he owns at this point have basically no excuse at this point though.
 
2017-08-07 07:34:38 PM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: [img.fark.net image 373x373]


What's right is right.
 
2017-08-07 07:39:55 PM  
Rain? No golf today.
Fox gives me tweet ideas.
What else should I do????
 
2017-08-07 07:46:25 PM  
Once again, how is it OK and not a conflict of interest with him traveling to his properties, creating significant cost and difficulties for the SS and surrounding people/businesses, while he specifically and significantly profits from it?

It has been 6 months of this BS, and no one has ever explained (rationally) how this is acceptable.

Well, we know he is fat, lazy and demented, but that doesn't mean we allow his every whim, for however long he plagues us. He is an elected official, not a king!
Come on Mueller!
 
2017-08-07 07:47:25 PM  
Need sun tomorrow
Melania grates my nerves
She changed the channel
 
2017-08-07 07:47:50 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: BigNumber12: If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.

Eh.  Might have been booked a year ago, or they decided while he was a sack of shiat that was the best/most convenient venue, or the mother-in-law demanded it, or etc etc.  Just because they are willing to use the place doesn't mean they're a MAGA fark.


I've deliberately forgotten just how far out you have to book wedding things. Let's see... Trump announced his candidacy and major policy positions just over two years ago. Surely wait lists aren't that long (?)
 
2017-08-07 07:50:59 PM  

Alebak: scottydoesntknow: BigNumber12: Satanic_Hamster: Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding

I'd refuse to pay and sue the venue for breach of contract.

If they're getting married at a Trump Club, they probably see his presence as a bonus.

This. If you're still buying/renting/giving any money to Trump at this point, you're supporting him.

It's not like he changed in the last 5 years. If you booked your wedding at a Trump establishment, you knew what you were doing and what type of person you were giving your money to.

I dunno, 5 years ago I was thankfully clueless about what sort of a person he is.

The people getting married at stuff he owns at this point have basically no excuse at this point though.


"Donald Trump would be the shiattiest president" was a punchline in at least 3 comedic works by then.
 
2017-08-07 07:51:41 PM  

BigNumber12: I've deliberately forgotten just how far out you have to book wedding things. Let's see... Trump announced his candidacy and major policy positions just over two years ago. Surely wait lists aren't that long (?)


Yeah, but think about how few people pay attention to politics at this point.  And a lot of people aren't so hung up on shiat they're going to boycott a business just because the owner is a sack of shiat.
 
2017-08-07 07:51:52 PM  

scottydoesntknow: It's not like he changed in the last 5 years.


Yeah, he's been a rabid birther since, what, 2011? People must have had some idea of what he was all about.
 
2017-08-07 07:53:07 PM  

Alaskan Yoda: Heard in my Indiana town:

He's not taking vacations that are costing us, he's just going to places he already owns. He's saving us money.

F*cking pig ignorant red-necked jackals


"Hoosier" is Sioux for "retard."
 
2017-08-07 07:56:01 PM  
Yes when Obama was on "vacation" he was evil and on vacation when Trump is on "vacation" he is "working hard". Get it straight libtards!!!!
 
2017-08-07 07:58:50 PM  
If I had the money, I'd grab any random woman ans marry her when trump is likely to be there, just to be able to yell "No, get away from us. No pictures. You douchenozzle. No pictures you stupid fark. Rape! Robbery! Thuggery! Rape!"

So worth the number of cancellation fees to make it happen.
 
2017-08-07 07:59:24 PM  
Great - Trump humpers here :-(
Thread wil surely go south now
Russian dis-info
 
2017-08-07 08:01:52 PM  

Gyrfalcon: I'm sure he'd be dead in that moment, SS or no, if he showed up at any wedding of my family.

My aged grandmother would eviscerate him without spilling a drop of blood. "This wedding is for family only, Mr. President, and you weren't invited."


What Gyrfalcon's aged grandmother may look like:
img.fark.net
 
2017-08-07 08:03:50 PM  

Serious Black: Can you really call it crashing a wedding if, by owning the location where the wedding is happening, you are allowed to enter the premises under every possible circumstance?

/i'd throw his fat ass out of my wedding


I'd ask for a refund for spoiling my wedding.
 
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