Donald Trump has condemned the hate and violence on many sides in World War 2 in a press conference as he lined up a difficult approach shot on the sixteenth hole of a golf course in New Jersey.
“I refuse to single out the nazis when there were lots of other guys throwing punches back in that war,” said the President in response to learning of the major worldwide conflagration of the 1930s and 1940s. “As far as I can tell there were many sides, like Poland and the French Resistance and the Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels, so I won’t be pointing the finger of blame until I’ve fully studied the situation.”
Trump later put out a tweet further condemning the violence and bigotry displayed by many sides in world war 2, offering condolences to the families of those killed at Pearl Harbour and best regards to all those injured in the concentration camps.
“I think the President showed great compassion with his choice of the phrase ‘best regards’ when offering sympathy to victims of violence,” stated a White House aide. “It has nothing to do with the President issuing the tweet after a long day of signing farewell cards being passed around the office for staff who were leaving their jobs to go travelling overseas.”