As you watch this, bear in mind that he’s only called “Fredo” because there wasn’t a fourth Corleone brother who was developmentally disabled.
If there had been a “Rico Corleone” who had trouble dressing himself, Chris would be Rico, not Fredo.
This ill-conceived experiment was his way of addressing a point of dispute in today’s impeachment hearing. David Holmes, Bill Taylor’s aide, testified that he was sitting next to Gordon Sondland at a restaurant in Kiev in July while Sondland had a phone conversation with the president. Trump mentioned certain “investigations” he was interested in to Sondland, according to Holmes. How does Holmes know that? Because, he said, Sondland had taken to holding the phone out away from his ear so that Holmes could hear. He didn’t have Trump on speakerphone, but between the volume of the earpiece and the president’s penchant for speaking loudly, Holmes was able to hear clearly what Trump said.