Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and writer Michael D’Antonio said Donald Trump’s latest remarks, “He would see himself as an Elvis-style character. Unfortunately, the Fat Elvis era has begun for him.”
Writer Michael D’Antonio, who wrote the biographer of Donald Trump, Never Enough, gave a sarcastic assessment of what the former president has done since leaving the White House in January. “This corresponds to his fat Elvis era,” D’Antonio said.
“As you know, President Trump used to see himself as an Elvis-style character. And unfortunately, that period began for him, too,” said D’Antonio.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and writer D’Antonio spoke on Trump’s recent announcement, both for his recent wedding speech and for the Easter holiday, reiterating false allegations of election fraud regarding the 2020 elections.
When asked what Trump thinks about whether he will ever make peace with the election results, D’Antonio described Trump as an aging comedian who uses old materials over and over again.
“We have to endure the same nonsense over and over. And as you say, this is something you hate to hear because, at least technically speaking, he is the former president.”
D’Antonio, the former president, described the event as sabotaging and wedding disruptor to publicize his grievances. “So he’s going to go around and beg people to love him,” said D’Antonio.
WHAT TRUMP SAY: Trump spoke at a wedding in Mar-a-Lago last week, and CNN released footage of the moment when the former president raised a toast to the new double, criticizing Joe Biden, the Democrats, and indeed the people he saw as his supporters. Also, in a statement for the Save America PAC, Trump said, “Happy Easter to EVERYONE, including the Radical Left CRAZY who cheat the Presidential Election and want to destroy our country!” he wrote.