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Do you think Trump is observing the pageantry of Queen Elizabeth's funeral and burial, and planning his own?

Asked by elbanditoroso (32050points) 2 months ago
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Remember how a couple years ago, Trump visited Moscow and loved the military parades (tanks down main streets) and ordered a similar parade in Washington? (which never happened).

Can you see him drooling at the pomp and ceremony of QE’s processional and church services?

More to the point, where will he want to be buried? Under the Supreme Court building?

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Dutchess_III's avatar

Oh, very thought provoking question! He’ll probsbly die in jail and come what may after that.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Of course not that would require him to stop admiring himself in the mirror.

RocketGuy's avatar

His disciples will probably want something like that. But they will get whatever the available $ will pay for.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Knowing that ego maniac he will want a memorial erected in DC for him, I can picture him standing there with quotations saying it’s a HOAX!

HP's avatar

The odds are he believes he is immortal. After all there’s a good chance he lies to himself as readily as the rest of us.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

@HP But the difference is Trump believes his own lies.

RayaHope's avatar

I hope he makes it VERY soon so we can all be done with him.

RocketGuy's avatar

I need to see him perp walk first.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

^^THAT WOULD BE WONDERFUL^^^ I would have to record that so I could watch it over and over.

jca2's avatar

His coffin would be draped with the Confederate flag:

Confederate flag (source: Wikipedia):
hough never having historically represented the Confederate States of America as a country, nor having been officially recognized as one of its national flags, the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia and its variants are now flag types commonly referred to as the Confederate Flag. This design has become commonly regarded as a symbol of racism and white supremacy or white nationalism, especially in the Southern United States. It is also known as the rebel flag, Dixie flag, and Southern cross. It is sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Stars and Bars, the name of the first national Confederate flag. The “rebel flag” is considered by some to be a highly divisive and polarizing symbol in the United States. A 2020 Quinnipiac poll showed that 55% of Southerners saw the Confederate flag as a symbol of racism, with a similar percentage for Americans as a whole. A YouGov poll in 2020 of more than 34,000 Americans reported that 41% viewed the flag as representing racism, and 34% viewed it as symbolizing southern heritage A July 2021 Politico-Morning Consult poll of 1,996 registered voters reported that 47% viewed it as a symbol of Southern pride while 36% viewed it as a symbol of racism.

HP's avatar

He should be buried wearing a dunce hat

flutherother's avatar

Trump’s idea of a crown is a baseball cap saying MAGA.

Forever_Free's avatar

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