We’ve grown ever-so weary of hearing about/from Donald Trump, and yet we feel compelled to tell you what the mega-rich humanoid bottle of Orangina told George Takei over lunch several years back.
Speaking to Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC’s The Last Word, Takei claims, “When I met him, he said, ‘You know what, George? I just came from a gay marriage’ — he had come from a wedding of a very important Broadway personality, Jordan Roth [who married the producer Richie Jackson]… He told me, ‘They’re good friends of mine. It was a beautiful marriage. They’re wonderful friends.’”
However, the bloated blowhard didn’t stop there, couldn’t stop there, because he must always speak, lest the world spin off its axis.
When Takei asked Trump why he doesn’t support same-sex marriage, Trump responded, “‘Well, I’m for traditional marriage.’ We finally agreed to disagree — he was for traditional marriage, despite the fact that he’d been married three times. That is not traditional.”
Takei has no problems with Trumps’ triptych of failed marriages, because “you want to find the person that you love, but the important thing here is to understand that our democracy is a dynamic democracy, and our Constitution is a living document, it’s not carved in stone,” Takei opined.
Sadly, Takei didn’t ask Trump why the tanlines around his eyebags are so pronounced, you can make out his preferred brand of sunglasses.