Wilbur Ross Confirms There Were Airports During The Revolutionary War “I saw them being taken”

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said today that the mocking of President Trump’s statement that there were airports at the time of the Revolutionary War must come to an end becasue he is right.

“I saw them being taken with mine own two eyes.”

Ross claims he was an eyewitness at the Battle of Laguardia when the Continental Army took the airfield from the British, crippling the Empire’s ability to strafe George Washington’s infantry.

“I was only a young lad then, mind you, but I remember it clear as day.”

He added that he has some great business ideas based on how the American labor system operated in his youth.

“Did you know the minimum wage in this country used to be zero?”

Ross plans to present his plan for lowerering the minimum wage to nothing next time he catches Trump’s ear.

“I’m sure he’ll be very receptive once he learns the details of how the no-wage labor system operates.”

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