It's National Boss's Day, a day to suck up to your boss even more than usual. The holiday is being celebrated in the White House with a cabinet meeting, as America's Top Boss talks Donald Trump exercises his authority for the cameras. Not only is Trump a boss, he played one on TV, and people (and celebrities!) even competed to get to work for him. But what kind of boss is he? Here's some insight into what kind of leader our Dear Leader is.
You, Bernard Goupy, have been the head chef for six months at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, where you serve a Caesar salad in a fancy bowl made from Parmesan cheese. Then one day, Trump stalks into the kitchen yelling about how one of his guests didn’t like the salad. And he angrily demonstrates the proper way to do it, throwing lettuce and tomatoes in a regular bowl and screaming that this is “how we make a Caesar salad where I come from.”
On TV, it’s hard to talk back to Trump. But in the kitchen at Mar-a-Lago, Goupy can’t resist. “I didn’t know you were the new executive chef,” Goupy tells the boss.
Trump, furious, storms off.
It’s only the next day that Goupy is actually fired—and not by Trump, but by the club’s general manager, who delivers the message that Trump doesn’t want to see Goupy around anymore.