I don't know what seethe means. I think it means boil, pressure and steam, very angry. Like this.
How do you know someone is angry unless they show it? How did Trump show it? Did he yell? One of my all time favorite YouTube videos is Bill Still describing a massive Hillary meltdown following the surprise question from Matt Lauer. Lauer went off script. Bill Still starts out deadpan, "Still reporting on the Clintons." Like that kind of seething that Bill describes? Because that was fun.
People blowing their tops do not scare me or even upset me. My dad trained us well. I can tell you that nothing in the world at large matches anything already endured. Everyone else is cute by comparison. And you know what? The good thing about such people is you know what is on their mind regarding you. No guessing. That is a tremendous benefit.
Did he swear? Because that's what I would do.
How did he seethe? By what observable behavior? What does seethe even mean?
Dictionary.com says: verb without object. seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sodden or sod; seething.
1. to surge or foam as if boiling.
2. to be in a state of agitation or excitement
3. Archaic. to boil.
Verb with object. Seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sodden or sod; seething.
4. to soak or steep
5. to cook by boiling or simmering; boil.
6. the act of seething
7. the state of being agitated or excited
Got it. But nothing here about anger, while it's still understood Drudge is talking about anger. I'd have more confidence if the dictionary mentioned something about anger. Don't you think? The dictionary showed where the word came from so it's descriptive of usage not prescriptive.
See? Sometimes we're already smarter than dictionaries.
I think I'll have cubed and seethed Yukon potatoes with butter for dinner.