Some things are just too funny not to share. Shortly after the disastrous election of Trump, former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, put out some videos about how Mexico really felt about paying for the, (as of yet non-existent,) wall. If you only watched the half-ass effort by SNL to parody the various exchanges between Mexico's president and our own, I can understand why you didn't actually laugh.
I hope that everyone who cares about this kind of stuff at the very least saw the first video put out by the former CEO of Coca-Cola in Mexico.
If you didn't, you are in for some funny shit. Just googol Vicente Fox video. The good news is that he has a new video out. For those of us who daily lament more and more the Trump presidency, it is some welcome comedic catharsis. It was filmed some time before the extinction-level disaster of the Great Trump Tax Heist of 2017, so just bear that in mind if it is a trifle behind the times.
I may be alone in this thinking. But anything that can make me laugh at this mess is pretty much the meaning of life for me. Melissa McCarthy made us laugh. That worked because Sean Spicer himself was a friend. He fell in love with the press corps that he was paid to lie to. It was all a big joke. He was tongue-in-cheek more or less after the big joke about Trump's non-inauguration.
Where is that same press corps today? No more freedom of the press would be the answer to that.
I don't laugh very much when I think about Trump. Our friendly ex-president to the south seems to be a natural comic.