In light of the recent attack against two mosques in New Zealand, Donald Trump lamented becoming president of a country the world generally holds in high esteem. Not only is he expected to make a statement, but the international community is awaiting a condemnation of an attack he considers perfectly wonderful.
In a private conversation with his associates, Donald said he is a symbol and example for right-wing extremists, “Now, just because I am the president, I am forced to praise this and that, condemn attacks against Muslims, and carefully consider the words I use about them and other religions, races, and nationalities, that would have been better off eradicated.”
Donald said that he will condemn the attack in New Zealand, not for its terribleness, but because, “The perpetrator was an idiot. He published the attack directly on social media and stated his intentions outright, robbing me of any chance to avoid condemning his actions before the outcome of the investigations. That’s several months I could have spent accusing ISIS or used to describe the incident as yet another result of a neglected, troubled, poor, white youth.”