In an interview with Mike Huckabee on the Christian TV network Trinity Broadcasting, Donald Trump defended his decision to literally shoot paper towel rolls into the crowd during his trip to Puerto Rico. Trump's un-presidential and inhumane behavior towards a group of people struggling to acquire the most basic supplies, such as paper towels, has been met with backlash, so The Donald used his sit down with Huckabee to create some sort of fanfic of how his trip truly went down at around the eight-minute mark.
"They had these beautiful, soft towels. Very good towels. And I came in and there was a crowd of a lot of people. And they were screaming and they were loving everything," he said. "I was having fun, they were having fun. They said, 'Throw 'em to me! Throw ‘em to me, Mr. President!' So next day they said, 'Oh it was so disrespectful to the people.' It was just a made-up thing. And also when I walked in, the cheering was incredible."
Huckabee quickly fired back, "You were a rock star!" However, the people of Puerto Rico didn't need a rock star at that moment, they needed a president.
Another noteworthy portion of the interview was when Trump takes credit for inventing the word "fake." We kid you not.
"The media is really, the word, one of the greatest of all terms I've come up with, is 'fake,'" he said.
"I guess other people have used it perhaps over the years but I've never noticed it. And it's a shame. And they really hurt the country. Because they take away the spirit of the country."
2020 can't come fast enough.