It's... just ok. But that scene came rushing back.
"Thousands of families are running out of money as they lose their jobs. Days and hours matter. But Trump comes first," Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., tweeted in response to the Post story. "So Trump is delaying the stimulus checks so his signature can be printed on each one. Him first. You second. Always."
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., echoed Murphy's sentiment. "17 million people have lost their jobs. Millions can't pay rent, afford food, and are sinking into debt. And the president is delaying relief for them so he can see his name on a check. Trump first, America second," she tweeted. [...]
Walter Shaub, a former director of the independent Office of Government Ethics, tweeted, "Where you see the dying and suffering of your fellow Americans, Donald Trump sees another opportunity to promote himself -- and, by extension, his reelection campaign. Corruption, you see, has its visionaries."
Miller had a way with presidents. Here's the one from Miller and Sienkiewicz's far superior Elektra: Assassin.
I guess that's what happens when you have a poorly-written comic book villain as your actual president. And not even a smart one like Lex Luthor or Doctor Doom. The fascist cheeto defies parody, even 30-year-old parody pre-crime.