Trump Just Threatened Any Of Our Allies Who Plan To Bid On 2026 World Cup

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Donald Trump’s chaotic day just got crazier. First, he was interviewed on Fox & Friends and rambled on and on like an old grandpa who needs attention. The hosts’ smiles turned into looks of concern as if the producer was screaming in their earpieces, ‘Get him off the phone. Make him stop!’ as Trump jumped from one topic to the next. It was non-stop and the hosts couldn’t get a word in. By the way, today is his wife’s birthday and as her only present from her billionaire husband, he admitted in the interview that his attorney Michael Cohen did represent him in the case with adult film star Stormy Daniels. This was in stark contrast to what Trump had previously said. He did say he got Melania a card, though. Yay.

So now, he’s taken to Twitter, obviously unaware of the shitload of trouble he’s in over the insane interview.

“Great show!” he tweeted hours later.

The Daily Show sent Trump this video clip.

So, a couple of hours later, Trump took to Twitter to threaten any of our allies who bid on the 2026 World Cup.

“The U.S. has put together a STRONG bid w/ Canada & Mexico for the 2026 World Cup. It would be a shame if countries that we always support were to lobby against the U.S. bid,” he tweeted. “Why should we be supporting these countries when they don’t support us (including at the United Nations)?”

After his disastrous interview, we can’t imagine why this popped up in his mind. In February, it was reported that
the bid, which is a combined effort between the US, Canada, and Mexico, is under serious threat from tiny Morocco, a North African country with just 33 million residents. The bid is in jeopardy because of Trump’s travel ban and people do not feel comfortable traveling here. And that ‘shithole’ countries remark probably didn’t go down well either.

Shut up, Mr. Trump. Just shut the fuck up.

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