Donald Trump Is Living In A Call of Duty Cutscene
Donald Trump has always been a little loose with the facts. But a recent development saw him reference Call of Duty. I'm trying not to allow images of Trump playing the game on his Xbox One in the White House to enter my mind, but it's tough. I really can't see him being the killstreak type.
He was talking to whoever he had trapped in the same room at the time, and he discussed Norway. A recent deal to deliver fighter jets to the country had obviously got him all frothy and excited (as anything involving money tends to do). The two jet types that the USA is giving to the country (for $10 billion), according to Trump, are the F-35 and the F-52.
Except the F-52 isn't actually a real fighter jet. It's one from the Call of Duty series. That's right, the most powerful man in the world thinks he's living in a cut-scene from Call of Duty.
Don't believe me? Here's his exact words:
"In November we started delivering the first F-52s and F-35 fighter jets," Trump said. "We have a total of 52 and they've delivered a number of them already a little ahead of schedule."
That's an F-35 right there. And it's real, not a picture from a video game.
Obviously, we all want Trump's gamertag so we can troll him mercilessly. But somehow, that probably won't happen.