Donald Trump’s mouth seems to always spew out negative or very questionable things. And it’s quite evident during his recent interview with the New York Times.
First let’s start by saying, it’s already sketchy that The President opted to do an interview with the Times because he’s the one that’s pinned it as FAKE NEWS right behind CNN. Just last month he said this about the publication when they did a story on his healthcare plan he didn’t like,
The failing @nytimes writes false story after false story about me. They don’t even call to verify the facts of a story. A Fake News Joke!
This just solidifies his hypocritical ways. Anyhow during the interview, the President discussed a variety of things including his failed health care bill, the Russia investigation, his son and even the idea of firing Jeff Sessions.
Here is where the sit down became a bit strange. Trump began to speak almost highly of Napoleon, Hitler, and the Russians. He actually meshed them all up and this was just after the reporter asked him about his trip to France with French President Emmanuel Macron.
According to the excerpts from the interview, Trump went on to explain that he went to visit the former dictator, Napolean’s tomb,
Well, Napoleon finished a little bit bad. But I asked that. So I asked the president, so what about Napoleon? He said: “No, no, no. What he did was incredible. He designed Paris.” [garbled] The street grid, the way they work, you know, the spokes. He did so many things even beyond. And his one problem is he didn’t go to Russia that night because he had extracurricular activities, and they froze to death. How many times has Russia been saved by the weather?
Let’s not forget how Napoleon took total control of France and reinstated slavery in places like the island of Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic) where the slavery had been abolished in French colonies.
Then he went on to Hitler, which we all know was a disgusting human being,
Same thing happened to Hitler. Not for that reason, though. Hitler wanted to consolidate. He was all set to walk in. But he wanted to consolidate, and it went and dropped to 35 degrees below zero, and that was the end of that army.
And then he ends the weird rant with love to the Russians of course,
But the Russians have great fighters in the cold. They use the cold to their advantage. I mean, they’ve won five wars where the armies that went against them froze to death. [crosstalk] It’s pretty amazing.
Then he ends that totally strange rant by mentioning how the economy is doing great. What?
Clearly, Trump is still on contract to kiss Russia’s behind. Only an evil man would mention how terrible dictators were set to go war. Is that what’s on Trump’s mind, war and dictatorship? Why did a simple question about a trip to France go sooooo far left? It was just so strange. And this should open the eyes of the American people. Trump’s motives are coming out. Pay attention.
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