In the Conservative edition, there are few “gets” as good as Donald Trump. And having him send one of his statements via email – or non-Twitter tweets, as one might describe them – is even get-ier. So, Fox’s Jesse Watters must have been thrilled to see his name evolve after Trump praised his book.
This praise was quite extensive. In its entirety:
Excellent new book by Jesse Watters, How I Saved the World. Interspersed are his thoughtful suggestions for overcoming left-wing radicalism, sustaining American democracy, moving beyond aging hippies (like his loving, enduring parents), saving the world from warriors of social justice and the deep state, everything. smirking through life in the most beautiful way. Get your copy today, congratulations Jesse!
Not just extensive. Fancy.
TOO MUCH fancy? Hiâ¦
The line âinterspersedâ in Trump’s statement on Jesse Watters’ book sounded, non-Trumpy. This is because it was copy-pasted from the publisher’s book description.
Future solution: Pro-Trump book publishers should copy its syntax into their ad copy. pic.twitter.com/qGcWVVMqy6
-Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) July 14, 2021
Why does this keep happening?
Yet though. Copy / paste statements, directly from blurb where books are sold? Now THIS is the dream of retirement.
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