Donald Trump loves to brag about how tough he is as a businessman. To hear him tell it, he’s the most shrewd and brilliant business genius in the world. Oh, and his hands aren’t incredibly small for a man of his height. So don’t even think that he might be…inadequate…in certain areas.
But as Bill Maher pointed out Friday on his show Real Time, Trump is little more than a whiner who can never take responsibility for anything.
Speaking with Hanna Rosin, author of The End of Men, Maher said both Trump and former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly are very similar. Maher said of O’Reilly:
“You know, he could not get laid in a whore house with a million dollar bill. Even though he was very successful in his career what he wanted, what he really wanted, was a woman to like him. ‘Like me, like me, somebody like me. You don’t have to fuck me, just like me?’”
That led to a discussion of how men are losing their influence in the world because women are simply better at adapting to the new paradigm being created in the world, with Maher commenting:
“Men are really losing their place in the workplace. That’s the problem. Women have the skills for the 21st century more than men do. They cooperate better, they communicate better.”
Rosin then mentioned a town in Alabama that she visited while researching her book. The town has jobs in healthcare and government, two fields that white working-class men don’t do well in.
That’s when Maher buried a verbal sword in the illegitimate American head of state, saying:
“Because they’re whiny little bitches. All through the campaign, I called Trump that, a whiny little bitch.”
A few seconds later, after Rosin had mentioned that white men really aren’t allowed to complain because they’re seen as an entitled majority in the country, Maher added:
“It’s so ironic, you think men, ‘so macho, strong and sturdy.’ But really, they are whiny little bitches. I mean, who is more of a little bitch than Donald Trump? He never takes responsibility for anything. That was the old way a man proved he was a man. Everything is: ‘I inherited a mess!’ Everything is somebody else’s fault.”
Though Trump and his minions would try to deny Maher’s accusation, can there really be any question he’s absolutely right?
This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica.org