An Hour After Trump Was Impeached, He Started Yelling About Toilets. Again.

Pres. Donald Trump made history last night, and not in a good way. He became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached.

Wednesday night, Trump spent two hours at a rally with a brain dead crowd in Michigan, during which he raged about a dead man who he implied was in hell, bashed the “do nothing Democrats,” and shared how awesome a guy Tom Cruise is (“good guy, by the way”). What do you think was going through Trump’s mind after he left his adoring crowd and had to face, once again, his cold, sad reality? Well, whatever you think may have been on his mind, you’re probably wrong.

After leaving the longest rally he’s held since he was sworn in as president, Trump began to rage about something else: lightbulbs, dishwashers, and…toilets.

“So we’re bringing back the old lightbulb. It sounds like a little but it’s big stuff. We’re doing it with a lot of other things — dishwashers.” He also hinted that he wanted to talk about toilets, something he has held forth on before, but didn’t want to say the word, because the press would have a field day. (BuzzFeed)

Yes, the main thing on Trump’s mind was apparently toilets. Again. Here’s what I want to know. What the hell is going on in Trump’s bathroom?

I ask this because this is the second time in recent weeks that Trump has talked about the inefficiency of toilets. Here’s this snippet from an article we wrote last week.

“You turn on the faucet and you don’t get any water. They take a shower and water comes dripping out. Just dripping out, very quietly dripping out,” the President continued, lowering his voice as he spoke about the drips. “People are flushing toilets 10 times, 15 times, as opposed to once.”

OK, do you guys want a TMI? I rarely have to flush the toilet more than once. Furthermore, I never hear my husband in the bathroom flushing the toilet more than once. So what the f*ck is going on in Trump’s bathroom? I know that’s the second time I’ve asked that but….what is going on?

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