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Bette Midler photo by Ros O'Gorman

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Bette Midler Is Enjoying A Good Book Today

by Paul Cashmere on January 7, 2018

in News

Music legend Bette Midler is having a lot of fun today at trump’s expense. She just can’t put Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’ down.

‘Fire and Fury’ is an account of America’s most crooked sitting President since Nixon, Donald J. Trump.

The President with the child-sized hands is infuriated by the book. He has gone into a Twitter frenzy mouthing off at Wolff self-diagnosing himself with “mental stability and intelligence”.

For Bette Midler, it is a riveting read.

While Trump sees himself as a “stable genius” Bette sees it this way:

trump’s ego has gone nuclear once again since the release of the book. Instead of being President, he is too busy being school bully on social media to run the country. That’s probably a good thing. At the end of his current taxpayer funded holiday he would have spent $120 million on himself at his own properties which puts the taxpayers money back in his own pocket.

Last week the insane president was tweeting about his big nuclear button. Today his tweets are all about this enormous self-esteem.

Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’ is like an old school music release. The print version sold out in a day and the book got America talking.



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