UnNews:Trump admits "candidacy" was gonzo marketing for Adult Swim
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Trump admits "candidacy" was gonzo marketing for Adult Swim
Truth doesn't "live here" — It's just camping out
Thursday, January 18, 2018, 21:27:UTC)(
9 November 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C., United States -- One year since his surprising victory in the 2016 presidential election, so-called President* Donald Trump admitted on Twitter that his entire campaign was just "gonzo marketing" for the Adult Swim cable TV network.
On Wednesday, which is coincidentally the day Twitter granted 280 characters to all users, Trump tweeted:
“Happy anniversary! I've been tweeting feverishly about the fake news media. Now I have some fake news of my own to share with you. I'm not really the president. It was all GONZO MARKETING for @adultswim.”
“Come on, did you really think I was serious? The temper tantrums? The tweeting? the typos? The Russian collusion? The covfefe? Nope. #HappyAnniversary”
When Trump was flooded with questions, he elaborated about how the marketing campaign came about.
“I'm good friends with Vince McMahon, who's good friends with Seth MacFarlane and Seth Green. Seth Green has a show called Robot Chicken. He set up a meeting for me at @adultswim in 2015. Putin was there, too.”
McMahon, MacFarlane, Green, and Adult Swim had no comment. Putin threatened to kill me. "Nah, I'm just kidding," he said.
This revelation comes amid a serious probe into Russian meddling in the election, led by special counsel Robert Mueller. House and Senate investigations are also ongoing. Mueller's efforts have resulted in indictments against Paul Manafort and business partner Rick Gates.
- Jennifer Agiesta, CNN Polling Director "CNN poll: One year later, less confidence, less trust in President Trump". CNN, November 8, 2017
- Adult Swim "Trump: Hand Teeth". YouTube, March 2, 2016