What is Trump pointing out with neckties?

  • Sunday, March 19, 2017 2:13pm
  • Opinion

Observations made by critics and comedians regarding the length of Trump’s neckties brought to mind a remark that one of my fellow dance instructors at Arthur Murray made many years ago when one of his clients remarked that he wore his ties a bit too long. He said, “It points to the best place in town!”

Perhaps Trump is thinking upon similar lines, or maybe in his diminished capacity as a grumpy old, overweight, white male he wouldn’t know where to find “it” were it not for the convenient arrow pointing the way. Then again it may indicate where a female is to grab reciprocally, once she has been grabbed by the Donald.

Thomas J. Munyon


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