Have you noticed how many times Donald Trump refers to things he doesn’t like as a “disaster”?

For example, Democrat Doug Jones, Roy Moore’s Senate opponent  in Alabama. Or Obamacare. Or the U.S. Military. Etc.

By now we’ve all learned that the President has a grade school vocabulary punctuated by a lot of “greats” and “incredibles” in which he has now added “beautiful.” See: “big beautiful tax cuts.”

It would have been nearly as effective if he had replaced the opaque Navajo code with his tweets during

So to conclude this linguistic whimsey I will offer the quote of the year in Time Magazine to
Sir Harold Evans, the respected author who expertly wrote ”Do I  Make Myself Clear?”

“Donald Trump,” he observed, “can actually be very clear. But the thought is zero, virtually.”