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Even Newsmax Can’t Make Sense of Trump’s Slurred and Nonsensical Interview: ‘You Want to Find a Game…It’s the Weirdest Thing!’

“Nobody goes there anymore. It is too crowded.”

Attributed to Yogi Berra

Donald Trump offered some of his gibberish regarding the boycott of Major League Baseball for pulling the All-Star Game out of Atlanta as the price for passing some of the most draconian voting laws passed since the Jim Crow days of the segregated south. Everyone knows that Trump will turn very quickly on a sport that infuriates him. He practiced against the NFL because the NFL allowed players to kneel. The bottom line is that sports, like any other company, and person, are there to serve him. And if they’re not serving him, he wants them destroyed.

Using obvious and concerning slurred speech, Trumpy took a word salad shot at convincing Newsmax that it’s almost impossible to find a game to watch now because there are so many on television. It sounds like the New York City boy is used to having the Yankees on YES Network and figured that there weren’t many other games on anywhere else. Today, he said:

“You want to find a game. It’s on every channel, and yet you can’t find anything. It’s the weirdest thing.”

Even Yogi Berra didn’t say it was the weirdest thing when he put his play on words. Though, we suspect, whoever came up with the “Nobody goes there anymore…” one knew that they were making a play on words. It doesn’t sound to us like Trump knows what he’s talking about. He is certainly not joking while making no sense. Perhaps the confusion explains the slurred speech or just missing his dentures, we don’t know.

Now that is the weirdest thing, or he is, one or the other, or both.

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Too funny.

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Jason
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