Wednesday, June 13, 2018

President Trump's Historic Summit Meeting?

June 12, 1939

U.S. President Trump Meets With German Chancellor Adolf Hitler To Reduce Tensions In Europe

President Trump Grants Post-Meeting Interview To The National Broadcasting Company

NBC: President Trump, how was your meeting with the Reichs Chancellor?
Trump: Very productive. We hit it off right away.
NBC: How would you characterize him?
Trump: Smart. Very talented. Very smart negotiator. Loves his country very much. Great personality.
NBC: But what of the rounding up of Jews, the general brutality towards those that oppose his regime?
Trump: Well, you know, he took over his country and ran it at the age of 44. Very tough. And he is very tough. But he’s loved by his people.
NBC: And the ‘Night of the Long Knives?’ His treatment of minorities? His making the Jewish people the scapegoat for every evil? His evident desire to exterminate them?
Trump: Well, there’s no doubt, that’s not good. Those are not good things. But, a lot of other people…a lot of other nations… have done really bad things, too.
NBC: Was there any concrete agreement reached between you two, between your respective nations?
Trump: We signed an agreement. An historic agreement. The Führer agreed not to pre-emptively cut off sales of beer and sauerkraut to the United States. We agreed not to fight Germany or engage in military training exercises with our allies.
NBC: And you expect Mr. Hitler to live up to this agreement?
Trump: I think, honestly, I think he’s going to do these things. I may be wrong. I mean, I may stand before you in six months and say, ‘Hey, I was wrong.’ I don’t know that I’ll ever admit that, but I’ll find some kind of an excuse.
NBC: Is it wise for the United States to halt training exercises with its allies at this crucial moment in history? 
Trump: You know, it costs a lot of money to fly these planes and sail these ships, etc. The ammunition isn’t cheap, either. I don’t like it.
NBC: Was there food or drink at the Summit?
Trump: There was! You know, schnitzel is really good, I’m telling you! If you haven’t tried it, you wouldn’t believe how good it is. And they had these crapfiends…or, umm…
NBC: Krapfens?
Trump: Yes. To die for. To die for! And lots of pretty fräuleins! It was lovely!
NBC: Any final thoughts?
Trump: Yes. The world is a much safer place tonight as the result of Herr Hitler’s and my actions. Especially my actions, in all honesty.


  1. Nice conversation between Trump and NBC. As Donald Trump become the new U.S. President. People are try to cover latest Trump News by hook and crook.

    1. Thanks, David. He is an amazing figure. In many ways refreshing and good, in others boorish and child-like.