During the latter part of Trump's reign as president as re-election approached, he decided to curry favour with some influential leaders of the native Americans. Various chiefs and elders were invited to an all expenses paid lunch, followed by a speech.
After a sumptuous meal, the large gathering was subjected to an hour long speech by Trump, where he spoke at length about topics such as the greatness of their nation, and so on. The speech was received by the audience in silence throughout. There was no cheering or applause, but no heckling or catcalls either.
At the end, Trump was still on stage, looking bemused at the lack of response, when a senior elder approahed the stage carrying a wooden plaque. He was invited to speak and turned to the president and presented him with the plaque. He then turned to the gathering, announcing that Trump had been awarded the title of "Walking Eagle" in honour of his services. This was met with hearty applause. Trump beamed.
After Trump and his followers had left, a young reporter was rather puzzled. He believed he was well-informed about native Americans and their ways, but had never heard of this title. He approached the elder and asked for an explanation.
"Ah", said the elder. "That's what we call a bird when it is too full of s**t to fly".