“There’s no such thing as bad publicity.” — P.T. Barnum.
There’s a new paradigm for struggling and unfunny comedians out there: Make some really crude, even disgustingly profane, comments about President Trump — or even his family — and make bank.
Think about the nobodies who have risen to the top of the comedy world of late, such incredibly mundane “comedians” as Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Fallon, and their lesser brethren, Seth Myers and Chelsea Handler. Since the moment Trump entered the presidential race, they’ve ripped him and his family — including 12-year-old Barron Trump — and watched as their ratings (and paychecks) rose.
But it’s really been the lesser known and mostly untalented comedians that see a way to make a lot of money — bashing Trump is big business.
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