4 CEOs Quit Council; Trump Bravely Calls Out The Black One
(New York) Displaying his everyday profound courage, President Donald Trump this week criticized one of the now four CEOs who resigned from his Presidential Management Council in protest over the President's response to a Nazi rally in Virginia.
"Now that Ken Frazier of Merck Pharma has resigned from President's Manufacturing Council, he will have more time to LOWER RIPOFF DRUG PRICES!" Trump bravely tweeted at the one CEO of the four who is black. CEOs of Under Armour, Intel, and Wal-Mart, who happen to be white, also quit the Council, but were not mentioned by the President by name. The CEOs said they quit the Council in protest over the President's response to a violent rally in Virginia organized by Nazis, but were obviously actually doing so under orders from Jewish Globalist George Soros and the Deep State, which have been trying to remove Trump from office since he beat KILLARY fair and square in last year's election.
Trump's wizened response and calculated restraint to the violence in Charlottesville has been widely praised by real Americans since he made the comments hours and hours after the violence erupted between Nazis and people who don't like Nazis on Saturday. Trump refused to call the white supremacists or Nazis out by name, understanding that Nazi violence is an issue "...on many sides, on many sides."
"Understanding the complexities of Nazi violence is one of Mr. Trump's strong suits," White House advisor and giant forehead, Stephen Miller said in a statement today. "Cosmopolitan liberals don't understand that, but Mr. Trump loves ALL Americans equally, especially the white ones."