Is Hillary Trump’s Portrait of Dorian Gray?

You know they always say that Presidents age very quickly in office.

Obama did.  He came in this fresh-faced lad from Chicago and left a gray-haired guy with crow’s feet.

Same for George W. Bush.

But not Donald Trump.

Have you noticed that President Trump looks exactly the same today as he did the day he rode down that escalator?

He seems completely immune to this Presidents Age Quickly phenomenon.

And maybe it’s because I’m really not well and my mind wanders to odd places when I’m not well. But I think I know why.

Someone else is aging for him.

Specifically Hillary Clinton.

Check this out:

Portrait of Dorian Gray

The last three years haven’t been kind to Hillary, have they?

She’s like President Trump’s living, breathing Portrait of Dorian Gray.

While he looks the same today as he did in 2016, somewhere in Chappaqua, this woman is rapidly aging.

Okay, I know what you’re thinking.

In that first picture from 2016, Hillary’s true face was buried under a thick layer of Maybelline.

Yes, there’s no doubt the single largest expense of Hillary’s campaign was make-up artists and hair stylists.

But at the same time, there’s no denying this woman is not aging gracefully.

So maybe she is aging for two.

Now, I’m not saying Hillary is tucked away in the White House attic like the Portrait of Dorian Gray — turning ever more wrinkled and worn with each passing day.

Or maybe I am.

Like I said, my mind goes to strange places when Lupus is kicking the crap out of me.

By the time President Trump leaves office in January of 2025, don’t be surprised if Hillary shows up at the new President’s inauguration looking like this.

Hillary as the Portrait of Dorian Gray

Meanwhile, outgoing President Trump will look the same as he did on the day of his first Inauguration.

I really should post when I’m unwell. I really, really shouldn’t.

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6 thoughts on “Is Hillary Trump’s Portrait of Dorian Gray?

  • March 5, 2019 at 2:51 pm

    I think that most presidents are compromised and beholden to competing interests all over the world as well as interests opposed to the job description (working for the nation and its citizens). This is where the incredible stress comes from that ages them. But, not only is Donald Trump used to running an incredibly complex business, but he has no moral, ethical and patriotic conflicts and contradictions.

    This is just another job to him and one in which he feels focused and competent.

    That is why he won’t age like others.

  • March 5, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    I think that in addition to what Doug said, above, Trump has mastered something I always said about myself. I don’t get ulcers – I give them. I’m a carrier!

  • March 5, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    Trump loves a fight. Not stress for him.

    Hillary had a team of people doing hair, makeup and derma fillers.

    Apparently, they have been dismissed.

    I think you need more bacon and I hope your flareup subsides very soon.

    • March 5, 2019 at 5:45 pm

      Yes, Trump certainly does thrive in a hostile environment. No doubt about it.

      I bought more bacon and eggs today. We’re expecting a snowstorm, so I figured I better stock up since it’s the only thing I seem to want to eat. Bacon is King.

      • March 6, 2019 at 2:15 am

        so go back to the store and get some semisweet bakers chocolate to coat the bacon with. I call it “universal antidote” If that doesn’t cure what ails you, a fifth of Glenfarclas scotch whisky will do. mayhap you should lead with that

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