Donald Trump continues to dig his own political grave by admitting that he would have no problem asking an FBI director to swear their loyalty to him personally.
On Friday, during an ultra-fluffy, sloppy wet blowjob interview with Fox News’ Jeannine Pirro, Trump was asked if he tried to directly pressure former FBI Director James Comey into pledging his personal loyalty to the Trump administration before firing him. To which Trump replied:
“No, I didn’t. But I don’t think it would be a bad question to ask.”
Thinking that he needed to “lawyer up” his statement a little, Trump then quickly added:
“I think loyalty to the country, loyalty to the United States is important. It depends on how you define loyalty.”
However, Trump made it clear that as to an FBI director pledging his personal loyalty to the president, he “don’t think it’s inappropriate.”
Pirro and Trump went on to discuss the cryptic 5:26 AM Tweet that he sent out Friday morning in which he seemingly threatened Comey by suggesting that there may be “tapes” of their conversations.
James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 12, 2017
When pressed for more details, Trump clammed up quick.
“That I can’t talk about,” Trump said, refusing to deny the existence of tapes. “I won’t talk about that.”
Also on Friday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer would not confirm or deny the existence of recording devices in the Oval Office, further adding to another “mystery” Trump’s thrown out for the media to chase after.
One thing’s clear from witnessing the nuclear level meltdown of Donald Trump’s presidency; he doesn’t want the job.
In fact, according to his good friend, shock jock Howard Stern, Trump only ran for president to improve the value of his brand and renegotiate a better contract with NBC to host the next season of Celebrity Apprentice.
I firmly believe a big part (not his hands or penis) of Trump wanted to lose to Hillary Clinton. I think he wanted to get the kind of deal Mike Huckabee’s gotten over the years. He wanted to run for president, lose either close or by a landslide, then declare the election was rigged while touring the country to get paid for speeches and other events.
Just imagine how much fun Trump would be having right now calling Hillary Clinton and every other responsible adult in Washington “idiots” from his comfortable Monday morning quarterback chair?
However, the electorate fucked up his plan and actually put him in office. If Stern’s claim is true, then Trump is either consciously or subconsciously trying to get impeached or find an excuse to quit.
I just wish he’d hurry the fuck up about it, this shit’s getting old.