The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is a 1966 Italian Western film The plot revolves around three gunslingers competing to find fortune in a buried cache of Confederate gold amid the violent chaos of the American Civil War. It was the third of a trilogy that started with A Fistful of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More.  A Spaghetti Western it got mixed reviews, but gained critical acclaim in later years. Clint Eastwood was "BlondieThe Good," a subdued, confident bounty hunter who teams with Tuco, and Angel Eyes. Lee Van Cleef was "Angel Eyes The Bad," Eli Wallach was "Tuco The Ugly." The movie opened in Italy in 1966,and grossed $6.3. What followed in the United States made cinematic history in spite of "excessive violence." One can see wht Wee Donnie liked Clint Eastwood, who played a role he could not. "Blondie" was enigmatic, controlled and anything but impulsive and a winner at the end of the series.



The format was somewhat in line with this earlier film which was released before Trump was born. He probably would not have been impressed by this trio.



Trump essential personality was profiled as "Good, bad and ugly" after it was noticed that he was somewhat addicted to this action flick.  Clint Eastwood is a year younger than Trump but craggy and fit when compared with the Prez. His net worth is about $375 million. He registered as a Republican to vote for Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1952 and endorsed Richard Nixon's 1968 and 1972 presidential campaigns but later disowned him. Eastwood has disapproved of America's wars believing that the United States should not be the global policemanDespite being heavily associated with firearms in his Westerns and cop movies, Eastwood has publicly endorsed gun control since at least 1973 and many other leftist platforms.
 


In 1986, he won election as mayor of his adopted hometown, Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. During his two-year term, Eastwood supported small business interests while advocating environmental protection. During the 2008 United States presidential election, Eastwood stated that he would be voting for John McCain.
 


This story was not as clear cut as this image suggested. He did not exactly say that, and in fact described himself as a Liberatrian, and in 2016 described Trump and his cronies as "the pussy generation,"adding that the candidate for president said "dumb things."
 


In one interview he did say he would vote for Trump because of his dislike of Hillary, but later he backwatered a noting that  Trump and Clinton reminded him of Abbott and Costello, bumbling comedians of the 1940s. "Make My Day" was borrowed from his Dirty Harry movies, detailing the violent behaviour af an anti-heroic detective.



He was parodied in classic the garb worn by the man with no name. His exact quote was, "I'd have to go for Trump … you know, 'cause she's declared that she's gonna follow in Obama's footsteps. There's been just too much funny business on both sides of the aisle. She's made a lot of dough out of being a politician. I gave up dough to be a politician. I'm sure that Ronald Reagan gave up dough to be a politician. In a Los Angeles Times item that appeared a month later, Eastwood suggested that he would not necessarily vote for Trump. "I think both individuals and both parties backing the individuals have a certain degree of insanity."



Yosemite Sam is an American animated cartoon character in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons produced by Warner Bros. Animation. "He is commonly depicted as an extremely aggressive gunslinging prospector, outlaw, pirate, or cowboy with a hair-trigger temper and an intense hatred of rabbits. Samwas extremely violent and belligerent, not at all like Bugs Bunny's other protagonist Elmer Fudd. He  was said to have the largest voice and ego "north, south, east, aaaaand west of the Pecos". While unscrupulous and ornery himself, Sam consistently displays an odd respect for religious conventions allowing enemies to say one last prayer. That said he was not a winner in any cartoon encounters with good guys. In other respects, Wee Donnie was a more of a counterpart than "Blondie."



Rod reimagined this silent film era poster which original featured western star Tim Holt. In that National article by Lowry and Ponnuru back in the fall of 1815, they noted his lack of experience in almost fields of human endeavour and the fact that while he was a stright-shooter when it came to talk he did not obey the political code of the Old West, "Always shoot up, never down. Avoid throwing reporters out of your press conferences. Pretend you don’t care about the polls. Maintain tight message discipline. Don’t wear hats!"  They noticed he was garnering support in spite of "constant feuds with nearly everyone, his blatant self-contradiction on basic policy questions, and his general outlandishness."


With the election results deck declared in November 2016 WeeD cast off his ten-gallon hat for a seasonal variant and costume and continued to tweet his disruptive song.



Or not! In eight decades of living on this planet there are have been a lot of moments when a security blanket was needed but went MIA. Next, the Index to this latest Borscht Western, filmed abroad.