Published on Feb 6, 2019
Last night during his State of the Union address, Donald Trump used all his best words to convince us that things are going really well. Nancy Pelosi gave us the most meme-orable moment of the night when she clapped pointedly at Trump. Sean Spicer and Mike Pence both gave interesting interviews today. According to Time Magazine, multiple intelligence officials are worried that Trump poses a national security threat because he demonstrates “willful ignorance” and refuses to listen to his own security experts. During one meeting, Trump reportedly thought Nepal and Bhutan were part of India, which they are not. On top of that, he doesn’t know how to pronounce them either. Here’s the point they’re missing though, Donald Trump doesn’t do things the old way, he thinks creatively. Why call countries by their “names” when you can come up with fun nicknames for them?
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Donald Trump’s ‘Willful Ignorance’ Poses National Security Threat