Trump Refuses To Comment On Puerto Rico Protests “I don’t interfere in the domestic affairs of other countries”


Protestors have taken to the street in the Puerto Rican capital of San Juan to call for Governor Ricardo Rosselló to step down over sexist and homophobic comments. Asked about it today President Trump said it would not be proper for him to comment.

“I do not interfere in the domestic affairs of other countries.”

He did however mention that Rosselló should do something about Congresswoman Alexendria Ocasio-Cortez, whom Trump said he is keen to deport.

“Find one of your laws she has violated and we’ll work with Interpol to find a way to extradite her.”

Trump also had some advice for Rosselló over whether he was selling himself short.

“You should style himself as Prime Minister or His Excellency, as Governer is not a grand enough title for the leader of a sovereign nation.”

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