Donald Trump’s unhinged disdain for the late Senator John McCain has recently been in the spotlight once again after recent reports revealed that Trump’s White House gave orders for the warship USS John McCain to be “out of sight” while Trump gave a speech from a nearby vessel during his time in Japan.
Of course, Donald has gone to great lengths to deny the whole ordeal but was sure to point out that he does, in fact, hate McCain and the United States Navy has since confirmed the story.
Given that Donald’s pettiness is currently all over the media, it lends the perfect opportunity to troll the hell out of him. And that is exactly what a guest on Fox News did.
Radio host Chip Franklin held up a photo of the late Senator John McCain during a segment with Donald’s most beloved news network.
Fox News anchor Leland Vittert asked Franklin why he was holding up a picture of the Senator and Franklin responded, “On the off-chance the president’s watching. Real heroes out there, Pete Buttigieg, others that have served this country, just a thought.”
The Fox News host quickly became flustered, stuttering “Okay. Alright. This went off the rails.”
Franklin didn’t stop there, though — sending out a few tweets to remind Donald Trump as well as Fox News just how sick and twisted our president truly is.
“Trump chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that it wasn’t ‘unreasonable’ to ask that the USS John S. McCain be hidden during Trump’s Japan visit last week. Trump doesn’t follow me, but I wanted him to see the hero he will never be. @realDonaldTrump #Resist,” one of Franklin’s tweets attached to a video of the segment read.
Trump chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said Sunday that it wasn’t “unreasonable” to ask that the USS John S. McCain be hidden during Trump’s Japan visit last week. Trump doesn’t follow me, but I wanted him to see the hero he will never be. @realDonaldTrump #Resist pic.twitter.com/P6tH7v5YdV
— Chip Franklin (@chipfranklin) June 2, 2019
The other said, “No one on FOX was talking about Trump’s sick pathos. It felt like the thing to do,” which was also attached to the video.
Give us just a moment while we all bow down to such a brilliantly executed trolling.
You can watch the video of the segment from Franklin’s tweet here:
No one on FOX was talking about Trumps sick pathos. It felt like the thing to do. pic.twitter.com/x0KMSQNBum
— Chip Franklin (@chipfranklin) June 3, 2019
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