So you can skip reading right now if you don't want your Superbowl Weekend to be ruined by something completely non-athletic.
People who have become famous through Television often begin to believe (wrongly, sometimes—or most times, I'd say) that they're never wrong. Comedians who feel this way, usually know that they're probably wrong some of the time, but that's okay as long as they're still funny. But serious TV personalities who are convinced of their infallibility are a huge turnoff. Kanye West (who started calling himself something different, I forget what) is a case in point. I do not now, nor have I ever, looked to him for serious commentary on any issue. Clueless people, who don't have two reasonable ideas in their heads to rub together (it's just a saying; people shouldn't be rubbing their ideas together for real) are probably the only ones who spend any time finding out what K. West thinks about anything.
Unfortunately it appears that our erstwhile president Trump has patterned himself on Mr. West.
There is a small group of people who consider Trump their oracle. They deserve our pity; the times we live in are too complicated for us to have any hope of finding an oracle anywhere. At least Jon Stewart will be hosting the Morning Show—or whatever they're going to call it—starting tomorrow, and he's been good about laying all the important facts before his audience, so that we can all worry about what they mean together, but I wouldn't call him an oracle.