Trump’s interruptions stealing the stage

The Emmy for best interruptions goes to Donald J. Trump

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump debates Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton during the third presidential debate at UNLV in Las Vegas, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. (Mark Ralston/Pool via AP)

(CNN) – Remember when mom used to tell you not to interrupt the adults? Well, now a certain adult running for president has become known for his interruptions.

We interrupt this story to bring you Donald Trump’s interruptions.

“I did not say that. I did not say that. An eating machine? Give me a break. Your husband disagrees with you.”

Now Hillary also chimed in a time or two. “On a very beautiful hotel down the street known as Trump made with Chinese steel, but I will tell you I sat there.”

But she can’t compete with the Donald’s interjections, denying he’s Putin’s puppet.

“No puppet, no puppet, and it’s pretty clear…   You’re the puppet. It’s pretty clear you won’t admit … No, you’re the puppet.”

“You’re the puppet, no, you’re the puppet.”

The exchange inspired actual puppetry. The Donald recycled his golden oldie….

“Wrong. A very clear fact that…Wrong.”

It almost felt like trump was imitating Alec Baldwin. But this was the Donald’s most memorable interruption.

“Such a nasty woman.”

The Twitterverse exploded. “Make America Nasty Again”…”Nasty Women for Hillary”…”That’s President Nasty Woman to you”… Songs featuring the word nasty were dredged up and remixed.

“She is a nasty woman. By the way I respect women more than anyone.” Nasty woman joined with another Trumpism…”We have some bad hombres here.”

In a Chelsea Handler tweet. Are you a bad hombre or a nasty woman? Nasty Woman won by a landslide.

The day after the debate, the Donald himself was interrupted…..”get that mosquito out of here.”

The Donald’s like a pest with his interjections…

“He started tweeting that the Emmys were rigged against him. Should have gotten it.”

The Emmy for best interruptions goes to Donald J. Trump.

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