President: ‘I never said it’

WASHINGTON (Rooters agency) – President Ronald Dump’s exchange with a reporter has suddenly opened a host of factual, political, and constitutional questions.

During a brief press conference yesterday in the White House Toad Garden, a reporter began his question by saying, “Mr President, we know that you have sworn that you will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of your ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. How does that oath …”

The President interrupted: “Who, what? Me? That’s fake news.”

Reporter: “Sir, it’s what you recited …”

President Dump: “I never said it. You’re a lousy reporter if you can’t report what I really said.”

Reporter: “It was at your inauguration in 2017 …”

President Dump: “I don’t need the lamestream media to tell me about my inauguration, it was the biggest best inauguration in world history of inaugurations. Make America Great Again I said. That’s what.”

Reporter: “The ceremony, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court gave you the oath …”

President Dump: “Oh, that Supreme Court, that was the old Barack Africa Supreme Court, nobody even remembers about that any more. Now, because I have nominated good American Justices, we have a Supreme Court to Make America Great Again. No time for more questions so go back and write your usual lies about what I said.”