Donald Trump culturally appropriating the American way

Love him, hate him, or somewhere confusedly in between, the likely Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, continues to be the bull in the plastic china shop, smashing the phony, breakable items that deserve to be broken as he goes along.  And so he celebrated the Mexican-American holiday of Cinco de Mayo (May 5) yesterday in his quintessentially, revolutionary American fashion.  

To paraphrase the Mexicans, mostly illegally living in California, who disrupted a Trump appearance there, Let's Make America American Again!

And then, capping off his multi-culti celebration, he responded to Paul Ryan's reluctance to support him in his brash, confident New York, NY  (which is part of America) USA rebellious style.

I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan's agenda. Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people. They have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first!

Pass the all American popcorn and pizza, and enjoy the show against the presumed Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Rodham Clinton.  We're in for a good, all-American, free speech, unsafe space, politically incorrect, transparent election run-up that should strengthen most of us.  And the country.  

Love him, hate him, or somewhere confusedly in between, the likely Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, continues to be the bull in the plastic china shop, smashing the phony, breakable items that deserve to be broken as he goes along.  And so he celebrated the Mexican-American holiday of Cinco de Mayo (May 5) yesterday in his quintessentially, revolutionary American fashion.  

To paraphrase the Mexicans, mostly illegally living in California, who disrupted a Trump appearance there, Let's Make America American Again!

And then, capping off his multi-culti celebration, he responded to Paul Ryan's reluctance to support him in his brash, confident New York, NY  (which is part of America) USA rebellious style.

I am not ready to support Speaker Ryan's agenda. Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people. They have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first!

Pass the all American popcorn and pizza, and enjoy the show against the presumed Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Rodham Clinton.  We're in for a good, all-American, free speech, unsafe space, politically incorrect, transparent election run-up that should strengthen most of us.  And the country.