Donald Trump’s wild interview with Axios on Monday night time is wanting like a case of life imitating artwork to many individuals.
The artwork in query? “Veep,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ acclaimed HBO sitcom that focuses on a really unqualified politician.
Throughout the 37-minute interview with Jonathan Swan, the president managed to reduce 1000’s of coronavirus deaths and never provide a single optimistic remark about just lately deceased civil rights chief John Lewis. Nonetheless, he despatched “good luck” to Ghislaine Maxwell, who’s accused of sex-trafficking, saying he needs her nicely.
Because of this, many Twitter customers couldn’t assist however evaluate the interview to “Veep.” Some individuals even linked the dots to make it clearer.
The “Veep” comparisons weren’t misplaced on Louis-Dreyfus, although she wished that wasn’t the case.
Others from “Veep” additionally chimed in, together with showrunner David Mandel, who felt the comparability between the present’s fictional president and the actual man wasn’t fairly correct.
Forged member Sam Richardson additionally famous that the Axios interview had some similarities to the present however doubts it could move muster as a “Veep” plot.
Different Twitter customers identified the best way the Axios interview was produced appeared to be a “Veep” homage.
However one Twitter consumer put the comparisons between “Veep” and Trump of their correct perspective.
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