The only time we’ve seen him madder was when the truth spread about his diminutive hands. That difficult time in Trump’s life called to mind Emmett Lee Dickinson’s poem “He sued the News – yet feared – the News,” below on the left (Dickinson’s poem inspired third cousin Emily to pen her poem “I sued the News – yet feared – the News,” below on the right).
However, at that time, Trump channeled his anger about a factual news story and turned it into something positive for men with tiny little lady hands: he developed the revolutionary manpant that bears his name (pictured at the bottom of the page).
By Emmett Lee Dickinson:
He sued the News – yet feared –
That such a Truth be said –
“He has such tiny Hands” was told –
Then wide the story spread –
By Emily Dickinson:
I sued the News – yet feared –
That such a Realm could be –
"The House not made with Hands" it was –
Thrown open wide to me –