Pleasure Reid scorched Donald Trump with a “Stranger Issues”-themed burn as she referred to the previous president waiving his proper to look at his formal arraignment within the Georgia election case on Thursday (You possibly can take a look at her monologue under).
“As for Trump’s avoidance of his arraignment, maybe he’s too busy making ready extra of these weird and random social media video posts that he’s been posting that present that he continues to dwell within the Upside Down,” stated Reid in a nod to the mysterious dimension within the hit Netflix present.
The MSNBC host, on Thursday’s episode of “The ReidOut,” kicked off her program with a video compilation of the previous president touting that he’s wealthy.
“I’m smarter than they’re, I’m richer than they’re..,” stated Trump in remarks directed towards “the elite” at a 2018 rally.
“Are you although, Donnie? Are you actually that wealthy?” requested Reid earlier than she cited a courtroom submitting from the New York Legal professional Normal’s Workplace that claimed Trump inflated his private web value by as much as $2.2 billion.
Reid went on to deal with “truth versus fiction” and “actuality versus a actuality present” in the case of Trump.
“Relating to Donald Trump, you already know what facet he tends to return down on,” the host defined.
“Trump appears satisfied that he could make individuals imagine the world is definitely flat. His embrace of lies, conspiracy theories and different info underscores most of his authorized woes.”
The previous president, on Thursday, pleaded not responsible to prices tied to efforts to overturn the outcomes of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.
Reid, in her monologue Thursday, later tackled quite a few Trump’s latest posts on his Fact Social platform together with one the place he thanked individuals in Atlanta and different predominantly Black neighborhoods for “showering” him with help.
“After all there’s no proof that there was even a sprinkle of help from the identical metropolis he repeatedly known as ‘horrible’ and ‘crime infested,’” Reid famous.