We have a better chance that Birdman will release Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V than that President Donald Trump will release the James Comey mixtape, and here’s why: There ain’t no tape! He knows it, Comey knows it, everyone knows it; and Trump practically confirmed it Friday during a Rose Garden news conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.
“Are their tapes, sir?” a reporter asked.
“You’re going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer, don’t worry,” Trump responded, CNN reports.
This proves for the 8,457th time why Trump doesn’t need to be on Twitter. Honestly, no one over 50 should be on Twitter. I have no idea why Trump created the idea of taped conversations if he didn’t have any tapes; but I don’t understand anything this president does.
During Trump and Comey’s fuss-fight over Comey’s firing in the early part of May, Trump tweeted:
On Thursday, as Comey sat before the Senate Intelligence Committee, he was asked about being taped in the White House, to which Comey replied, “Lordy, I hope there are tapes.”
Now, the president—who, I want to point out, is a colossal dumbass liar who will say anything because he doesn’t give a shit about anyone—has responded that the public will be disappointed with his answer regarding tapes, and we all know why: He’s a fucking liar and a horrible person! And, there is no there there! There never has been.
So, if there are no tapes, we are to accept that the president of the United States is creating confusion and conspiracy, only to debunk his own created confusion and conspiracy, because he’s a damn madman!
Trump also claimed Friday during his first news conference in 22 days that he’d be willing to testify under oath that he didn’t ask Comey to end the FBI’s investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. But here is what we absolutely know unequivocally about this administration: Nothing they say can ever be taken at face value. This is arguably the most moonwalking-ass administration ever in the history of presidenting, so I don’t believe anything the president says.
In fact, I would imagine that should he be asked to testify under oath, the narrative would shift into “Why should I be asked to testify when Hillary Clinton used a private server for classified emails?! No one asked anyone suffering under terrible Obamacare, which we are going to repeal and replace, by the way, to testify! This is a witch hunt, and I don’t understand it.”
I think anyone who hangs his hat on anything coming out of this administration is a bigger fool than that man running the country, and I understand the proportion of foolery we are dealing with, which is why I want to make sure we aren’t led astray.
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