As the nation reflects on Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy, President Trump honored MLK with some interesting words, informing the country that he is the dream that Dr. King spoke about in his famous 1963 speech.
“Dr. King was a great man. He wanted the best for our nation, he wanted everyone unified, free, and equal. He had a dream, and Martin Luther King Jr’s dream was for me to be President of The United States,” said Trump.
Reporters looked on in shock and questioned President Trump on this bold statement.
“The fact is I was only 17 but Dr. King knew I’d be great and he told me so. A lot of you don’t know how fond of me he was but he knew I’d be great for the blacks. He told me I could relate to their struggle and that I had great soul, rhythm, and a tremendous fashion sense. These are all things the blacks like, and I have them. Black unemployment is the lowest it’s ever been since slavery, and they’ve never been happier. I’ve done so much for the black community. I got that Asop’s Fable kid out of jail, I’ve produced Kanye’s last two albums, and I’m going to give OJ Simpson a full pardon for those justified murders he committed,” said Trump.
While most reporters simply threw their hands up and quit trying to make sense of any of this, one was stupid enough to ask The President to give a final statement about Dr. King to close out the press briefing.
“While today is an emotional day for many, we can all smile at the fact that I’m president and the blacks are looking forward to even greater prosperity under me. For example, Nick Cannon will be performing at my victory party in November, I’ve lifted all tariffs on hair extensions from China, Double Dutch is now an Olympic sport, and I’ve officially endorsed World Star Hip Hop as America’s only reliable news source. I love those videos when bitches don’t be playin and they give another bitch a whoopin cause they play too God damn much. Ok thanks guys, Gang Gang.”