In the New York Times op-ed section, Hillary Clinton fan and Times columnist Gail Collins was impressed by the president’s performance in France this week — the president of France, that is:
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) July 15, 2017
Dare to dream:
Why can’t Emmanuel Macron be our president?
American citizens watching Donald Trump’s visit to Paris must have wondered how we got the wrong guy. Macron seemed so smart, so charming. The fact that he didn’t father any children would not normally be a big selling point, but right now we are yearning for a president with no offspring.
The “trade presidents” thing won’t happen, but fortunately there is another option:
Couldn't you just move there?
— Alpha6 (@Alpha6Phinsider) July 15, 2017
Maybe Collins could share a safe space there with Joyce Carol Oates.
The NYT was once a serious newspaper. Now comparable to the Onion https://t.co/T7KnxiL2hv
— Obi_1_D_Based🇺🇸 (@obiopiah) July 15, 2017
Don't have to. Why don't you move there.?? https://t.co/bJQ8Vmb0sl
— julio rodriguez (@123jem) July 15, 2017
No, but she can move to France if she wants https://t.co/Nmvq0s7e6D
— Mitch Behna (@MitchBehna) July 15, 2017
Gail is still awaiting a bed in the treatment program. https://t.co/ooe6jjDOqP
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) July 15, 2017