Trump says prison time for former French president sets a horrible precedent!

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PALM BEACH (The Borowitz Report)—Shortly after the sentencing of Nicolas Sarkozy, Donald J. Trump issued a statement claiming that prison time for the ex-President of France sets a “horrible precedent.”​
In the statement, Trump called the corruption case against Sarkozy a “rigged hoax” and claimed that the former French leader was being treated “very unfairly.”​
“This should never be allowed to happen in that country,” he said.​
Trump said that he was currently mulling options to help Sarkozy, including running for President of France himself in order to issue its ex-President a pardon.​
Reacting to the statement, the current French President, Emmanuel Macron, said that the most remarkable thing was that Trump spelled both “President” and “precedent” correctly.​

 

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Prison time is too easy for Troompa Loompa. He should be extradited to Iraq, so they can give him the Saddam Hussein treatment.
 
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Prison time is too easy for Troompa Loompa. He should be extradited to Iraq, so they can give him the Saddam Hussein treatment.
Troompa Loompa doompety doo
I've got a perfect puzzle for you
Troompa Loompa doompety dee
If you are wise you will listen to me

What do you get when you cheat to win
Fudge on your taxes - again and again?
Where are you at getting terribly fat
What do you think will come of that?

Troompa Loompa doompety dom
He's going to prison Club Fed is the bomb
He will live in misery too
Like the Troompa Loompa Doompety do!

 

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PALM BEACH (The Borowitz Report)—Shortly after the sentencing of Nicolas Sarkozy, Donald J. Trump issued a statement claiming that prison time for the ex-President of France sets a “horrible precedent.”​
In the statement, Trump called the corruption case against Sarkozy a “rigged hoax” and claimed that the former French leader was being treated “very unfairly.”​
“This should never be allowed to happen in that country,” he said.​
Trump said that he was currently mulling options to help Sarkozy, including running for President of France himself in order to issue its ex-President a pardon.​
Reacting to the statement, the current French President, Emmanuel Macron, said that the most remarkable thing was that Trump spelled both “President” and “precedent” correctly.​

Sarkozy is lucky. This what they used to do to.

 

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