“If Somebody Would Call Sean Hannity.” A poem by Donald Trump.

If Somebody Would Call Sean Hannity

By Donald Trump

That is a mainstream media nonsense put out by her

because she,


I think the best person in her campaign is mainstream media.

Would you like to hear?

I was against the war—wait a minute.

I was against the war in Iraq.

Just so, you put it out.

The record shows that I’m right.

When I did an interview with Howard Stern

very lightly,

First time anybody’s asked me,

I said, “who knows.”


I then did an interview with Neil Cavuto.

I had numerous conversations with Sean Hannity at Fox,

and he called me the other day and I spoke to him about it.

He said, “you were, totally,”

Because he was for the war.

And that is before the war started.

Sean Hannity said very strongly,

to me and other people,

he’s willing to say,

but nobody wants to call him.

I was against the war.

He said, “You used to have fights with me,”

because Sean was in favor of the war.

And I understand that side also.

Not very much, because we should have never been there,

but nobody called Sean Hannity.

And then they did an article in a major magazine,

shortly after the war started.

I think in ’04.

But they did an article, which had me totally against the war in Iraq.

And one of your compatriots said,

you know,

whether it was before or right after,

Trump was.

Because if you read this article,

there’s no doubt.

But if somebody,

and I’ll ask the press,

if somebody would call up Sean Hannity.

this was before the war started.

He and I used to have arguments about the war. I said it’s a terrible and a stupid thing.

It’s going to destabilize the Middle East.

And that exactly what this’s done.

September 26, 2016


2 Replies to ““If Somebody Would Call Sean Hannity.” A poem by Donald Trump.”

  1. He seemed to be whining too much and getting a little uncomfortable taking several sips of water to regain his composure. At the end there he reminded me of Captain Queeg from the Caine Mutiny rolling his marbles around in his hand in the courtroom scene.

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