Road Rage As Told By Donald Trump
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Road Rage As Told By Donald Trump

Make America great again (at driving).

Road Rage As Told By Donald Trump
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Everyone has those days, everybody gets that way. A Sunday quick drive can go to sh*t quickly when everyone except yourself all of a sudden forgets that they were ever licensed drivers, or, better yet, has ever operated a vehicle in their lifetime. One missed turn -- that's OK. Two, and it gets a little tense. Then the minivan in front of you going 35 in a 60 just makes you lose your cool. It's on. Full blown road rage is in effect. Speaking of losing your cool, our good friend and presidential candidate Mr. Donald Trump doesn't ever seem to have much "cool". Bet he is a strong supporter and regular participator in road rage. Therefore, I have written an article explaining the stages of road rage according to America's favorite hot head, Donald Trump.

Stage 1: It's totally fine. I will keep my cool.

Stage 2: That Toyota just cut me off! It is on, b*tch!

Stage 3: Don't try to talk me down! He cut me off!

Stage 3: When your passenger comes in with the backup support.

Stage 4: Oh, was I tailgating too close? My bad, Toyota!

Stage 5: You screw it and decide to pass the Toyota in the fast lane.

Stage 6: He's trying to come over again!

Stage 7: You are joking!

Stage 8: Is there a solution?

To keep out all these incompetent drivers!

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