President Trump was busy on Wednesday morning as he took to Twitter to bash NBC News as “fake news” and pondered the outcry if Snoop Dogg had fired shots at President Obama in a music video.
On Tuesday night, MSNBC’s “The Rachael Maddow Show” disappointed many viewers after teasing “Trump tax returns” that ended up being only two pages from his 2005 return that basically prove he’s a rich guy who paid a lot of money in taxes one year a decade ago.
Pulitzer Prize-winning tax reporter David Cay Johnston said he received a copy of Trump’s 1040 long form in the mail, but the president doesn’t buy it.
Maddow is on MSNBC, not NBC News, although they’re both part of the same corporate family.
In the video, directors Jesse Wellens and James DeFina depict an America where everyone’s a clown, including president “Ronald Klump.”
After Klump holds a press conference to announce the deportation of all dogs, Snoop chains up the Clown-in-Chief and shoots him with a toy gun.
A representative for the U.S. Secret Service told TheWrap on Tuesday that the agency, which is responsible for the safety of President Trump, is “aware of” the video.