“Young, healthy people can expect to recover fully and quickly if they should get the virus,” Trump said. “That’s why three amphibious landings of American teenagers will break through to the beleaguered Italians.”
That boy scout didn’t have a chance. His fate was sealed before he got off a commercial airliner in Baghdad to bring the scouting ethic to the war-torn country of Iraq.
“We expect President Trump to sign the registry into law or be acknowledged as a leader who doesn’t care about his people,” said Nancy Pelosi. “We stand with the Ayatollah.”
“If true, a nuclear-armed flying horse of indeterminate gender puts all Americans at risk of nuclear conflagration,” said NBC’s Chuck Todd.
A new photo out of Iran shows that Revolutionary Guard leaders and staff are despondent after their failed attack on the American embassy in Baghdad.
Yesterday’s “spontaneous protest” outside the American embassy in Baghdad had “nothing to do with Iran and absolutely nothing to do with Benghazi,” said newly-appointed Quds Force commander Hillary Clinton.
A spokesman for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard said “Secretary Clinton was responsible for American deaths in the Middle East and will be an incredible advocate for Quds Force.”