While attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, a few thoughts tumbled across the barren dunes of the U.S. president’s skull space, out through his mouth hole and out onto Squawk Box today. He spoke with the program’s co-host Joe Kernen of tax cuts, the impeachment inquiry, the Fed’s balance sheet, relations with China (â€œPresident for life”not badâ€). And then he turned to starry visions of wingless rocket ships gliding high, like way up high, in the sky.
â€œI spoke to him very recently, and he’s also doing the rockets,â€ he said of his friend Elon, a very good boy. â€œHe likes rockets.â€
â€œAnd he does good at rockets, too, by the way,â€ he reflected.
â€œI never saw where the engines come down with no wings, no anything, and they’re landing,â€ he marveled.
â€œWe have to protect our genius,â€ he told Joe.
If you want to play rockets, you have to get backsies, after all. Speaking of Donald Trump’s most favourite dudes, Mark â€œhas done a hell of a job,â€ and did you hear he’s running for president?
â€œI heard he was going to run for president,â€ he told Kernan. â€œThat wouldn’t be too frightening, I don’t think.â€
Mark Zuckerberg has never stated that he wants to run for president, but that’s not up to him because Donald Trump is running against him for president now in the presidential Wrestlemania ring in which he resides, and Shart Zuckerblob’s staring down an arse-whooping. If Trump wants to dance, te he.
Kernen asked the U.S. president some less interesting questions, too. Now that the U.S. economy is doing so well, people can maybe start thinking about â€œancillary issuesâ€ like climate change, maybe?
Donald Trump thanked him for the nice compliment about his very good economy.
Jack Dorsey is fucking furious.