You can plan all you want, but the only way to determine if a plan is worth carrying out is to run a real-life test. Always a man of action, presidential hopeful Donald Trump did exactly that.
Trump recently attended a Major League Baseball game and uncharacteristically sat in an inexpensive bleacher seat in order to “gain a better understanding of what it would be like to be permanently separated from Latino people” by a large wall.
“I’ve only ever watched sports games from the privacy of Jerry Jones’ suite or the telescope deck of Mark Cuban’s orbiting spaceship,” noted Trump. “But I have to say, this experience was delightful. That Mexican guy only tried to climb over the wall once, and it was to make a pretty impressive catch. After that, he went right back to his side of the wall, and we all cheered. It was a beautiful thing.”
When informed that the player in question was actually Dominican, not Mexican, Trump responded, “Well, whatever. You know what I meant.”
After the game, Trump told media members that he now has a “comprehensive understanding of US-Mexico relations” because of three hours well-spent.