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Trump and the Golden Showers Incident: What to Make of it

Updated on December 22, 2017

The Beginning

The genesis of this incident lies in the victory of Donald Trump. Perhaps if Donald had been defeated nobody would have publicized this incident, but a victorious Donald had to be put in place and shown to the world as unworthy to be president of the USA. Hence this incident was revealed.

The fact is Donald is a divisive president as he has espoused ideas which are revolutionary and right down from the Intelligence agencies like the CIA and FBI to the editors of the 4th estate from the Ivy League to the so-called intellectuals who realized they would be marginalized a storm was building up against him. Even members of the old guard in the GOP like Mitt Romney failed to endorse Donald and ganged up on him. The vehemence was nothing short of terrific and actors like Meryl Street and the hero of films like "Raging Bull" Robert de Nero ranted against him. He went so far as to say that he felt like punching him in the face.

Initially, they publicized the comments of Donald regarding women and the anti-Trump brigade thought this was enough to sink him. The Gallup polls supported this view. Surprise of Surprises, Donald still won and the electoral college voted him in as the 45th president. The backlash was terrible at first we had the Russian hacking issue and then an insidious news was leaked that Donald had indulged in carnal pleasures with prostitutes in Moscow.

Putin says Russian girls are the best
Putin says Russian girls are the best

The World of Carnal Pleasures

A two-fold plan was hatched to discredit the win of Donald. Firstly, it was publicized by leaked information perhaps from the intelligence agencies themselves that Russia had hacked into the electoral system to support the election of Trump. This news was, in fact, an insult to the average American and the voting system to imply that an election could be swayed by Russia by simply hacking into the system in America. The second news subtly broadcast was that Donald Trump had acted in a demeaning manner in Moscow.

The allegation was that Donald Trump while on a visit to Moscow for the Miss World contest had on entering his room asked a couple of Russian girls to strip and then urinate on each other for his lascivious pleasure. No proof whatsoever was mentioned and the incident is unsubstantiated. Yet, the mainstream press publicized it and the news in all probability was leaked by the authorities and I am afraid it shows Obama in poor light. Seeing his legacy reduced to zero he probably played ball on this issue.

Donald Trump called the news "Fake" and with no proof coming the chance that it is a planted news item is bright.There is no doubt that Russian girls are lovely and Donald has a roving eye, but a man who has the pick of the best woman really did not need Russian women to perform a lewd act on him. The incident could be true or not, yet publicizing it at the time of his inauguration is a clear sign to discredit him.


Last Word

Vladimir Putin the Russian president has agreed that the incident is a fake. In a statement, he has said the Russian girls are the best in the world, yet the chance of such an incident taking place is not likely. He has given his own reasoning but has also added that the Russians have no secret dossier on the president-elect.

Sherlock Holmes, the legendary detective created by Sir Arthur Conon Doyle when hot on trail of a crime used to say to his colleague " Watson, the game is afoot". Yes, the game is afoot in American politics and much more salacious tales will emerge about Donald Trump. The US is divided against and for Donald and with the knives coming out something more lurid can be expected. The name of the game is to undermine the presidency of Donald Trump but to the chagrin of his opponents, they may have to eat the humble pie. There is a good chance that tales or no tales, Donald is going to turn the wheel of the American ship as never before. Whether he succeeds is another story.

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