February 19th, 2017
Melbourne, FL: Going back on the campaign trail to make up the nearly 3 million popular vote deficit from the election last November, President Trump gave a rousing patriotic speech inside an airline hangar in Melbourne Florida.
While on board Air force one, the President told RFN reporter Andy Mocksham,
“Life is a campaign Mocksham, making our country great again is a campaign. For me, it’s a campaign.”
“I want to close that popular vote gap.”
The crowd of nearly 9000 screaming fans interrupted the President nearly 100 times as he boasted about all of his many accomplishments that have not yet happened in his infant presidency.
When talking about the threats to the US from afar, Trump mentioned an attack from Sweden that proves why we are so vulnerable as a country with uncontrolled borders.
“Sweden, little Sweden, they got some big meatballs those Swedes, and after what happened on Friday they better watch out.
When asked later by Mocksham what he meant by that he replied,
“Don’t you people watch the real news anymore? I saw on Fox news how the Swedes were flinging flaming meatballs in our direction. Dangerous people those Swedes. Very sneaky, very, very sneaky. And their Viking heritage makes them very dangerous let me tell you. You fake news people should just watch more Fox news so I wouldn’t have to explain so much of what I say to you. I would not have to be flying around chasing all these millions of fake votes if you did”.
“Sheesh, I hate the fake news!”
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven told Mocksham in a phone interview,
“While our Swedish meatballs are certainly a lot bigger than his hands, I can assure you that they are not flaming and being flung about. What the hell kind of smelly lutefisk is he and fox news smoking?”