Apparently, though, he was elected mayor of London because he keeps telling us what he’d do after the most recent terrorist attack there. It also was learned that the White House was looking into a Trump visit to the London Bridge. Can't imagine why he'd do that but, then again, he is mayor of London. My estimation would be the crowds would be, uh, non-existent but Sean Spicer would tell us they were the biggest ever in London.
He also used the opportunity of the latest London horror to tell us that we (the U.S.) need that travel ban he proposed a few months ago but can’t get the courts to say is legal.
Let’s see, he proposed the travel ban for three months so his administration would have time to develop new, tougher vetting procedures. It’s been more than three months. Where are those procedures? Or did he just figure since it was hung up in the courts, he needn’t do what he said he’d do because it was hung up in the courts. Or something.
I keep waiting to hear Rod Serling's voice in the background telling us to suspend belief. But that was for just a half hour.
Truly, we have walked through the looking glass.