Under continuing pressure to condemn White Supremacists in light of what happened in Charlottesville, VA, President Trump went on the record today to issue this statement directed at North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
“I’m going to blow you up. You’re very bad and I don’t like you. So I’m going to blow you up right now.”
Despite this, reporters present pressed him on charges that he was incapable of condemning homegrown fascists because he sees them as his supporters or even agrees with them. Trump responded that he had a confession to make.
“The Russians were all up in our campaign. There – I’ve admitted it. The election was a fraud.”
Trumps efforts to turn the conversation to the subject of Robert Mueller’s investigation proved unsuccessful, however, as the calls for him to specifically single out the alt-right for blame continued. Trump said to pay very close attention to what he was about to say next.
“If I say something hugely inappropriate about my daughter – will that distract you? Because I will. You know I will.”