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He would have been driven out of this town on a stake

Oh my.  This beauty was uttered by Sean Spicer, President-Elect Trump’s Press Secretary, talking on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos.  Here is the context:

“If my boss at the time, Reince Priebus, had gotten the debate questions, and handed them off, he would have been driven out of this town on a stake, and Donald Trump would have been vilified.”  http://64.147.104.30/homenews/sunday-talk-shows/312361-spicer-questions-if-clinton-should-be-punished-for-receiving

This is a mash up of “run out of town on a rail” (punish someone by public condemnation or ridicule) and “burn someone at the stake” (to chastise or denounce someone severely).  “Head on a stake” might also be in the mix.

In case the Donald is reading, he should check out my “Politics” section on my website and in my book, “He Smokes Like a Fish and other Malaphors” (available on Amazon!).  He will find malaphors uttered not only by himself but by other politicians, including Obama, McCain, and the unforgettable Herman Cain. @realDonaldTrump

I received this malaphor from two people at virtually the same time, a first on this website.  So kudos to John Pekich and Mike Kovacs for hearing this one on the Sunday talk news shows and sending it to yours truly!

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2 Comments on “He would have been driven out of this town on a stake”

  1. ykstam says:

    Sooner or later you will get @therealdonaldtrump’s goat! Keep it up.

    Yvonne Stam Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Even so, I’d LOVE to see Trump driven out of town on a stake.


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