Prolific writer Chuck Lorre has taken another shot during President Trump.
The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men creator used Thursday’s self-centredness card to taunt Trump about Celebrity Apprentice ratings.
The self-centredness label that aired Thursday after TV’s No. 1 comedy The Big Bang Theory, featured a striking (seen below) of TV ratings for Mar 6, 2006, that illustrated Lorre’s Two and a Half Men topping Trump’s The Apprentice in both a pivotal adults 18-49 demo and sum viewers. (What’s more, ephemeral sitcom Courting Alex also degraded a former NBC existence foe series.)
Lorre surfaced off a feat path with this forked tagline: “Defeat terrorism and crazy dictators? He couldn’t even better ‘Two and a Half Men.'”
This is a latest instance of Lorre holding aim during Trump around one of his heading self-centredness cards. In November, days forward of a presidential election, Lorre didn’t reason behind when pity his thoughts about a then-Republican candidate.
“Don’t be fooled. Big Daddy can’t save us. Our shelter lies within ourselves. Within a possess skill and dynamic effort. ‘Make America good again’ is a fender plaque for victimhood. But we are not victims,” he wrote. “We are a creators of opportunity. Sure a system’s rigged. It always has been. So what?! We are a republic of immigrants who have consistently abandoned a rigging. You won’t let us join your club? %@ you, we’ll start a possess club. You won’t let us go to your school? %@ you, we’ll start a possess school. You won’t let us acquire income your way? %@ you, we’ll acquire it a way. You won’t give us a possibility here? %@ you, we will go elsewhere. You wish to know what creates America great? we got dual difference for you.”
That followed another puncture during a GOP that came days before a 2012 presidential choosing in that he privately pounded a party’s position on gun control and same-sex marriage.
Check out Lorre’s latest self-centredness card, below.