CYCLIST CAPTURES WORLD SENTIMENT, FLIPS OFF DONALD TRUMP IN MOTORCADE
Cyclists and drivers don’t always get along when they have to share the road. But this is a driver that many would love, as she captured in one simple gesture what is most likely the most common sentiment on the planet these days. Donald Trump was in the Presidential motorcade last weekend leaving the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia which is no surprise since he has spent the last four consecutive weekends there. But this time as he left an unidentified cyclist flipped him the bird.
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Now we can all (maybe not all, but an international plurality) understand where this unidentified woman was coming from. Maybe she doesn’t like Trump, so she flipped trump the bird? Maybe she hates government motorcades, or official vehicles of any kind. Maybe she hates bigwigs who play golf and hog the road to do so. Maybe she hates his golf resort. Maybe she has Turrets. For all we know the motorcade changed her gearing as she was in a tough transition for a big slog. Maybe we’re not sure at all what this cyclist’s motivation was.
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But a photo of the “exchange” went out on Twitter, sent by Voice of America News White House bureau chief Steve Herman along with the normal media pool report. Oh, never mind. The cyclist hates Trump. Herman also reported that the lady cyclist flipped yet again at a traffic light in Sterling VA. Reporters present weren’t able to tell if Donald Trump had any idea of the appreciation pointed his way. Let’s just hope that by the time he leaves office that “the bird” isn’t then called the “Presidential Salute.”
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But cyclists who ride near his properties might be in for a long frustrating term. In the last nine months in office, Donald Trump has spent at over 96 days at one of his many properties, 76 of those at a golf property in particular. But this cyclist is making it clear, what goes a Round, comes a Round. So much for scoring a Birdy, anyway.