Your President Is a Gotdamn Idiot, and This Video Clip Proves It Once and for All

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People crack jokes about the current president daily. We discuss his lack of finesse and talk about his questionable degree of intelligence and all the idiotic things he says via his Twitter account—the access to which, shockingly, no one has taken from him yet.

We seriously thought that George W. Bush was the worst president ever, and even dubbed him the “village idiot,” but then Donnie Trump comes along and gives us the most epic what the fuck and hold my beer moment possible.


While speaking with CNN at the White House on Friday, your president got on national TV and said that we’ve seen “incredible” results in the loss of life after the horrible storms that rocked our coasts and the Caribbean.

“The loss of life, it’s always tragic, but it’s been incredible, the results that we’ve had with respect to loss of life. People can’t believe how successful that has been, relatively speaking,” Trump said.

What? Did I hear that correctly?

There have been “incredible results” due to the loss of life from these storms? Are you serious right now?


Listen, I know there has been plenty of speculation concerning his intelligence, his ability to handle his job, his ability to handle even the quickest interactions with foreign dignitaries, but this?

One of my editors suggested that maybe we are watching him have a stroke in real time.


My theory is that this man is the real-life embodiment of the Brick Tamland character from Anchorman.

Just random, nonsensical bullshit spewing from his mouth at every possible moment.

I want to apologize on behalf of this fucking idiot and our country in general to everyone who may have been harmed or triggered by his statements. Please know that the vast majority of us here in the United States are concerned for your safety and well-being.


We sure aren’t over here taking victory laps over the number of people who have died in these horrific storms.

Can we impeach him already?

News Editor for The Root. I said what I said. Period.

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