MAYDAY 1633: MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2019

“Lisa, Susan, Lamar, Cory and Mitt, may yet be, fine profiles in courage for my now, less than grand, GOP. Like Nixon — I would resign —

rather than not. To not face the ignominy of removal. Vladimir and I pray no one raises Helsinki and makes me, resign.”

“Vladimir and I pray no one raises Helsinki and makes me, suddenly, resign. Because I really hate, moving. Like Nixon, I’d resign —

rather than face the ignominious shame of removal. But unlike Nixon, I would not, from the center … of attention, resign.”

“In the absence of Helsinki adding its great weight onto the weight of Ukraine, I might be able to resist the pressure to suddenly resign

— I’d resign, rather than face the shame of removal. But unlike Dick Nixon, I shan’t ever, from my limelight, resign.”

“Resignation: It’s not in my nature nor my constitution. And so in the absence of revelations of the odd happenings in Helsinki,

I’ll not resign. Changing history, thereby; changing what would have been (all along), for an alternative, alternate, reality.”

“In the absence of revelations of the odd happenings in Helsinki, I’ll not resign. And I’ll change history, thereby, accordingly;

exchanging a host of possibilities for, what might have been, all along, but for … other alternative, alternate, realities.”

“See with your eyes, alternative, alternate, realities. In the absence of revelations of the very odd happenings in Finland’s Helsinki —

I’ll not resign. Changing history by exchanging a host of possibilities, for a far more favorable alternative reality.”

“In the absence of revelations of the odd happenings in Helsinki, I’ll not resign. And I’ll change history, exchanging the possibilities

for what might have been for a more favorable reality. I am the hero, of this story; and a larger, allegorical, story.”

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