Like Elsie, the grandma whose trolling game is level Expert, women everywhere are doing things big and small to express displeasure with Donald Trump. So when it was reported that PEOTUS's first dance would be set to Frank Sinatra's "My Way," the crooner's daughter stepped in with a zinger that would reduce less unaware men to stone.
When asked if her family was okay with Trump using the song at the Liberty Ball, Sinatra only had this excellent quip to say.
That would be: "And now, the end is near." So, yeah. You get the picture.
When Nashville-based jazz singer Erin Boehme and two other unidentified artists perform the song later this week—the tune's writer said he couldn't make it—those lyrics will have *quite* some added significance.
But in the meantime, we wait for the inevitable Twitter backlash, probably something attacking Sinatra's looks or her cultural relevance.