Trump Boasts International Skills: Palin’s Endorsement Proof Country Of Alaska Supports Me

Republican Presidential ‘dopeful’ Donald Trump may not have any experience in international relations but at least he can identify other countries right? Apparently not. During a benefit luncheon hosted by the National Association for the Advancement of White Men, Trump touted his ability to communicate and negotiate with other nations. He pointed to his recent endorsement by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin:

“Palin’s endorsement is proof that the country of Alaska supports me. The Democrats like to say that I don’t have experience dealing with other countries, but that’s simply a lie. I have excellent relations with countries like Alaska.”

While no one attending the luncheon caught his mistake, he was asked about it by journalists following the event. “Of course Alaska is another country. You clearly don’t know your geology. It’s not even connected. What do you think, it’s a neighborhood in Manhattan? Get out of here. This is the problem with the liberal media, they think they know everything, but guess what, I know more.”

The stunned journalists decided to leave it alone, after all Alaska is generally a ‘red’ state and if Trump doesn’t want the Republicans to have those three electoral votes, then who are we to judge.

 

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