sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending
you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have
lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us.
They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.
And some, I assume, are good people.” Yet, he promised during
his campaign that funding for the wall would come from the
Mexican government, a plan most people found ridiculous, as
common etiquette would advise against insulting someone before
you asking for something. Since his election, he has shown
attempts to make nice with Mexicans and Mexican Americans by
calling them “amazing people.” Neither Selina nor Donald shows
general concern for groups of people. Instead, people are little
more than political pawns to be used for their benefit.
Not only do Selina and Donald not care about different
groups of people, they also have a categorical disregard for
individuals, too, ranging from certain politicians to some of their
own offspring. Donald is noted as saying he is proud of all of his
children except for one, Tiffany Trump, whom he is proud of but
to a “lesser extent” than the others. His reason for being less proud
of her is because she just got out of school and, therefore, has not
been as involved with his businesses or political campaigns. For
most of the series, Selina’s daughter Catherine is a background
character. Her mother only pays attention to her when Catherine
causes a public relations crisis for Selina, like the time she writes a
college essay that contradicts Selina’s beliefs on foreign policy with
Israel. At one point, Selina and Catherine are getting their hair
done, and Selina tells the hairdresser to make sure to give
Catherine’s hair a lot of volume because her skull is “kind of
indented.” Additionally, Catherine has to make appointments to
spend time with her mother, and she is treated like any other
person Selina has on her schedule during these meetings, as Gary
follows behind the Vice President and gives her updates on her
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