He coined it his "Winter White House", and for the past few weeks, President Donald Trump has made his estate at Mar-a-Lago part of his regular weekend routine. Aside from a couple rallies with supporters, he has been spending his time, work and play, down at Mar-a-Lago. It has attracted new found attention to the West Palm Beach area too. Expensive attention, with all the security that is required of a Presidential visit somewhere. Regardless of how you may feel about it, it got me to thinking: Who else goes down to Mar-a-Lago with President Trump? How does he spend his free time there, when he has it? It's a 24-hour job being President, but once in a while, you get to let your very famous hair down, right Mr. President?
Please enjoy this parody song I co-wrote with Rob Izenberg. I produced the audio, recording the Donald Trump voice impression. The animation video was created by Grey Blackwell.
It wouldn't be Valentine's Day without a statement from...the Trump Administration? Well okay, probably not, but Vice President Mike Pence has written a poem for his boss, President Trump, to mark the occasion. Again, not true. "Fake news" in fact.
You want the truth? Okay. Mike Pence voice impression performed by me, Eric Harthen. And that goes for Trump too. Big league voice impressions, believe me. And written by Andy Harris of The Comedy Couple. Do yourself a favor and listen to their show.
The other thing that usually never disappoints is the wide array of commercials we see during the game. I had my favorites, but the one thing I couldn't get out of my head right after he said it was Arnold Schwarzenegger in the ad for the Mobile Strike Game App. "Download it Free, from the App Store." Arnold says "Up Stow-ah" If you'd like to hear more, watch my video, "Voice impression Tips" -- The Ahnold edition. Watch it! Watch it Now!!!
It has been another full week for President Donald Trump. He has signed more executive orders, and he has reached out to more world leaders. Two calls in particular were rumored to not have gone as smoothly as they could have. He spoke with the President of Mexico about the "bad hombres" he's dealing with in his country. And a tense call with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia, which was ended sooner than expected by Trump. Regardless of what was said between the leaders, the phone calls were anything but typical for a U.S. President. But if we're being honest, Donald Trump is not typical.
I got to thinking...would this have made President Trump want to change the outgoing voice message on his phone? Just a guess, but here's how that may have sounded: