Trump Takes Ball and Goes Home

Donald Trump speaks with the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board Monday, June 29, 2015 in Chicago. (Michael Tercha/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images)

Many wondered what Trump would do in the face of the first real adversity the President faced in office and the answer, apparently, is that he began crying and went home.

Moments after the Republican-controlled House pulled Trump’s healthcare plan, President Trump was seen exiting from a back door of the White House clutching a large, colorful ball that he had brought to DC for everyone to play with. Onlookers reported that there were large crocodile tears running down his face as he scurried down the road, refusing to meet anyone’s eyes.

The President and billionaire has had a lot of wins in the past year, first winning the Presidency and then succeeding in hurting hundreds of millions of Americans that were already in a tight spot, but this Friday saw his first major loss with his inability to repeal and replace Obamacare, even with a Republican majority, following his introduction of a plan so awful that even the worst human beings this country has to offer couldn’t bring themselves to sign off on it.

While it’s still unclear if Trump will get all the way home before deciding he’s being a giant baby, and if he does that he will stay there, but House Republicans have gone on record to say that they didn’t even really want to play with Trump and his stupid ball anyway.