If I had some extra money, I think investing in companies that make antacid tablets might be a very smart move. Somehow I think their sales are going to skyrocket.
The word is that DT is spending part of his weekend at Mar-a-Lago drafting a new travel ban executive order, since the courts keep shutting the first one down. (And a (probable) deadlock in the Supreme Court if the Ninth Circuit Court's ruling is appealed would mean the Circuit Court's ruling would be upheld.) So the strategy seems to be to go back to the drawing board and start over. I'm guessing that, to quote Yogi Berra, it's going to be "déjà vu all over again", with new protests at major airports and new court challenges.
Can't you just imagine the conversation between Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell:
MM: *deep sigh* No, no, Mr President, this isn't the way it's supposed to go.
DT: *barely looking up from his phone, where he's composing yet another attack on retailers who dare to drop his daughter Ivanka's clothing line*. I don't understand.
MM: *another sigh* It's very simple, Mr. President. You remember when Justice Scalia died and I refused to let President Obama's nominee even have a hearing?
DT: *laughs, puts down the phone and grabs McConnell's hand, shaking it for 19 long seconds* I certainly do!
MM: *finally manages to extricate his hand* Well, Mr. President, the whole point of that was to have a Republican president -- you as it happens -- nominate a conservative to the Court and have that nominee confirmed and in place before you started *starts to say "wrecking things" but thinks better of it* implementing your new policies.
DT: *still tweeting* Uh-huh. *looks up briefly* Why?
MM: *has a "Someone, Anyone, give me strength" moment* Because, Mr. President, that would give us a conservative majority on the Court, which we need to get any of your plans accomplished.
DT: *enthusiastically* And boy do I have plans, Mitch! Great plans! Beautiful plans! My wall, which Mexico is absolutely going to pay for! And California's always boasting about how it's the 6th largest economy in the world ... well, we'll see what it does to their economy when we round up and deport all those undocumented workers who work in their agriculture industry. And while we're at it, we should look at all the foreigners who work in their tech industry, taking jobs away from good American workers.... *does not notice when McConnell stands up and, face ashen, tiptoes quietly out of the room*
Okay, that was a lot of fun. :-) Now, who could Saturday Night Live cast as McConnell...?