The Washington Press establishment was treated to a once-in-a-lifetime event yesterday as President Trump allowed them to be present for the entirety of the greatest political gathering ever assembled in history.
The hugely successful meeting was described as being bipartisan and bicameral by people who may even know what both those terms mean, and almost certainly know at least one.
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy brought his very Irish-American sounding name to the table, something every great political meeting needs, especially if it is the greatest one ever, like this one.
Sens. Jeff Flake and James Lankford fulfilled the requirements of having at least two people in the room who sound like 1980s action stars, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein was a woman.
Proving that his is a political mind the likes of which no-one has ever seen before, the President redefined the terms of the debate over and over by redefining actual terms so that they no longer meant what they’ve always meant, but the opposite, or even something else entirely.
Then, in a coup de grâce that would have made Lincoln’s jaw drop – if he was still alive which at least one person in the room might think is the case – Trump turned the tables yet again by saying that he would sign whatever was put in front of him.
Your move, Yalta Conference.