There has been plenty of fallout in the wake of the President’s Saturday morning Twitter storm, which rained unfounded accusations of government misconduct. The reaction has been overwhelmingly negative as the 45th President’s approval ratings continue to slide. Trump, being an opportunist, has found a way to capitalize on this self-induced disaster.
The President has been working around the clock to exploit one of the power’s of the office that he was not aware of before hearing hours of analysis on his crazy tweets: he has the ability to declassify any information that he wants. Trump issued the following statement this morning, “We now have the remarkable ability to declassify any secrets that we would like. This is something that no other President has ever been powerful enough to do, and something that is going to be TREMENDOUS for my ratings and for the safety of the American People!”
The program will not be picked up by any traditional media outlets. Instead, “Breitbart Television”, which is being launched in conjunction with the new show, will be streaming the show on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 6pm – 10pm. The President will also do what he is calling “tweetlecast”, a live and constant feed of tweets from the President about how awesome each episode is. The initial order is for 120 episodes. This is going to be the President’s primary focus for the next two to three years. Some of the early topics are set. Here’s what we know:
- Episode 1: “Area 51 – WTF? Aliens or Martians?”
- Episode 2: “Ted Cruz’s Dad DID Kill JFK!”
- Episode 3: “More Hidden Gold? Fort Knox or Mar-a-lago?”
- Episode 4: “The Holocaust – Not as Bad as you Think”
- Episode 5: “Frederick Douglass – Still Alive and Doing Great Things!”
There does seem to be a renewed sense of optimism today throughout Washington, as lawmakers are confident that while this show may be detrimental to American security, it’s not quite as dangerous as a bored Donald Trump. We hope they are right.