Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

Trump's attempt at a Puerto Rican accent is painful

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Theodore Harris | 08 October, 2017, 00:49

Donald Trump has come under fire already this week when in a weird move, he threw paper towels into an audience of Puerto Rican people.

Trump said that all forces that undermine U.S. national interests must already be destroyed, and that it remains to be done.

"Maybe it's the calm before the storm", Trump replied.

US President Donald Trump has "tremendous accomplishments on the worldwide stage" and he is "keeping the world from chaos", the White House has claimed.

When asked again what he meant, Trump said only: "You'll find out". "I'd refer you to the White House on any exposition on that".

The president then bid everyone a good night, without clarifying his comments. "We love Puerto Rico", he said in a breathless voice that was anything but Spanish.

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One anonymous White House aide told Jonathan Swan of Axios.com that Trump is "just trolling" everyone, an opinion that Tur appears to share.

"We are also praying for the people of Puerto Rico", he said, emphasizing the first two syllables of the word "Puerto". We're going to continue to do that.

But he also unwittingly diverted President Trump's attention from North Korea's Kim, who Trump has taken to calling little "Rocket Man". "I wouldn't say that he's messing with the press", Sanders said.

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a US-drafted resolution that imposes strongest sanctions ever on North Korea, with measures targeting its last remaining major exports and reducing about 30 per cent of oil provided to it.

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