President Trump Claims Clintons Colluded With Little Green Men From Uranus
President Trump sent out a Tweet earlier today, claiming that the Clintons are directly involved in extraterrestrial activities. The president claims that "little green men from Uranus" are being funded by the Clinton Foundation to conduct "illegal probes on US citizens" including Vice President Mike Pence who admits to having been probed by aliens last month.
"I can't believe Crooked Hillary and Slick Willy Bill Clinton are colluding with space aliens," wrote Trump in a tweet Tuesday morning. "These little green men they're employing come directly from Uranus. No good people, folks. No good."
Trump sent out an additional tweet 15 minutes later, writing that, "The proud patriot and our second-in-command Mike Pence was abducted by these aliens and probed for hours. Aliens that shouldn't even be here in the first place. And they're abducting and probing US citizens about the fake, phony, Russian collusion story funded by the Clintons."
Hillary Clinton fired back on Twitter later that day. The former secretary of state wrote, "Trump's remarks about the good people of Uranus only demonstrate further the vile bigotry and racism that exist within the White House in 2018."
Former US President Bill Clinton also responded to Trump's allegation on social media, writing on Facebook that, "I have never had any relations with space aliens. Trump's allegations are wrong, reprehensible, and evidence that he's starting to slowly lose his grip on reality. Not only were Trump's comments not true, but they were also racist against little men with green skin and xenophobic against the good people of Uranus."
Mike Pence chimed in on Twitter, claiming that all of the adult toys found in the alien spaceship had Clinton political propaganda imprinted on it.
"The Clintons may deny that they played any part in my probe earlier this month," tweeted Pence. "But while I was inside that spaceship, every tool used to probe information out of me came with an imprint of Clinton political campaigns."
Pence continued with a follow-up tweet, stating that, "Some of the toys had imprints of Clinton political slogans as recent as 2016 and others dating all the way back to 1978 when Bill was elected governor of Arkansas. I saw quotes like 'It's The Economy, Stupid' and "I'm With Her' on multiple different toys."