From movie reviews to articles on leaking diapers, every story published by newspapers these past two months has tried so very,very hard to blame Trump. Here's the latest, from The Daily Mail's American correspondent, a Frenchwoman now based in New York.
A Hollywood producer said she had her genitals patted down by TSA after a female employee confused the word IUD with IED - thus mistaking a reference to a mode of contraception for a confession about carrying an explosive device.
Emma Koskoff, a longtime producer of Martin Scorsese, told The Hollywood Reporter in a story published Friday that she was traveling from New York to Los Angeles last month when she was pulled for an extra security check.
Koskoff said she joked about her IUD (intrauterine device) showing up on the scanner, but caused a panic when a female TSA employee thought she was referring to an IED (improvised explosive device).
Koskoff, who had been running late for her flight, ran to the plane and made it on time.
Yeah yeah, so far, so stupid, meatheads collide at the airport. But the reporter just has to go for her Pulitzer:
IUDs have become increasingly popular for women who are worried that they might lose their access to healthcare. Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards told CNN earlier this week the organisation has seen a 900 per cent surge in women asking for the device, which can last for up to 12 years.
It's going to be a long, albeit amusing eight years.