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A talented violinist and long-time radio host in San Francisco, he has accrued an impressive knowledge base of ragtime recordings, anecdotes, and more.
But being a true Stones fan, Trump will probably be playing “Their Satanic Majesties Request.” You can't have "the best words" if you can't correctly spell them.
Even more serious than the Trump administration's beef with CNN is its beef with grammar, as is evidenced by a score of tweets and official White House documents that are riddled with spelling errors, misused words and downright gibberish.
There is a lot to find out about him, his recordings, future appearances, and more.
The pride of Canadians everywhere, especially those in Canada, this enormously talented pianist and composer from Prince Edward Island has been said to play "face melting" ragtime piano and novelties.