New York (Storch Report) — No, Hillary’s thoughts are not likable as was the love affair Cole Porter had in mind when he wrote the ballad, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin.”
Hillary Clinton wants to get under Trump’s skin as an irritant during the upcoming first debate so she can provoke him into saying something damming and damaging to his presidential campaign, as though that were even necessary.
She recently called together a cadre of her best researchers — 25 in all — to seek out the best buzz words that she might use to provoke him into saying something he might regret the next day.
She suggested the staff contact Trump’s co-author Tony Schwartz who helped write the, “Art of the Deal.”
“I understand there’s no love loss between the two,” Hillary told the group.
Schwartz was apparently quoted in the New Yorker saying, he felt he had “put lipstick on a pig” with the book and added that he has a “deep sense of remorse” that he “contributed to presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider attention and made him more appealing than he is.”
One staffer said, “I don’t think we have to provoke Trump into saying something damaging, he will do that on his own.”
Another brave soul said, “What are we trying to do make you more unpopular than you are with a recent unfavorable rating of 56%?”
Hillary, summarily fired her on the spot.
Clinton went as far as suggesting they might consider re-writing a portion of Cole Porters lyrics for the song “Under My Skin.”
“You know that part where it says:
‘I’d sacrifice anything come what might
‘For the sake of having you (near) afar
‘In spite of a warning voice that comes in the night
‘And repeats, repeats in my ear
‘Don’t you know (little) Big fool, you can never win . . . the fix is in.”
Hillary added, “Just a thought, think about it.”
A voice came from the back of the room and said, “I was talking to Anthony Weiner the other day before Huma split from him, and he heard about your cause and suggested that if you really want to get under Trump’s skin find the person who does his laundry and have them wash his shorts along with fiberglass curtains.”
“Apparently,” he said, “Weiner is still itching.”