NEW YORK — Miss USA pageant sponsor and reality television star Donald Trump held a “press conference” today to discuss the mass shooting in Orlando. Television viewers were initially confused why anyone in the country would look to Trump for advice on how to handle suspected terrorism given his personality disorder, lack of any knowledge in foreign affairs, and previous experience bankrupting casinos. Most people quickly suspected they were watching an episode of Saturday Night Live airing in a new time slot.
“He kept saying something has to be going on, something has to be going on. It was a funny skit,” a viewer explained. “My favorite part was when he was acting like he knew what he was talking about. I wonder if anyone watching took it seriously–kind of like the Orson Welles broadcast.”
“It was awkward,” another viewer explained. “He was actually implying that Obama was in on the attack! I joked with my wife how much trouble we would be in if we were actually relying on Donald Trump for advice on how to handle terrorism.”
“He’s a good actor! I liked him in Home Alone 2,” a viewer stated.
When people learned that Trump’s press conference was not an SNL skit and that he is in fact a candidate for President of the United States, all of the viewers stopped laughing.
Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan disavowed all of Trump’s statements during the press conference but reiterated he supports his candidacy.
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sadly, people will believe this; or feel that it supports trumph