Trump Just Released A Statement About His Deposition Today And It’s Even More Outlandish Than We Expected: “Baseless Harassment Of Your Favorite President”

He's a bit stressed out.

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Former President Donald Trump just released a statement after sitting down for a 4-hour long deposition under oath on Monday for a lawsuit alleging that the Trump Tower security team attacked and assaulted some activists during an immigration protest in 2015 after he called immigrants rapists and murderers. The twice-impeached one-term president called the deposition “baseless harassment of your favorite president.” Actually, it’s called consequences.

In response to Trump’s remarks about immigrants, according to The Daily Beast, “Efrain Galicia and four other Mexican activists displayed a “Make America Racist Again” banner outside the building on Sept. 3, 2015. They also wore parody Ku Klux Klan costumes after Trump was endorsed by former KKK leader David Duke.”

Trump referred to the KKK costumes in his statement and claimed that “the Court dismissed almost all of the plaintiffs’ claims,” but we should take that with a grain of salt.


You can read the complete statement below that was tweeted out by Trump’s spokesperson to circumvent the former president’s Twitter ban.

Twitter users piled in.

Trump should know that it’s spelled Ku Klux Klan, not “Klu,” although he probably didn’t want to say something that sounds similar to coup.

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