Donald Trump Denies Campaigning to Become President

Washington – President of the United States Donald Trump denies today ever campaigning. This comes after he received a lot of criticism for seemingly expressing in an interview with CNBC broadcast changing his mind about offering citizenship to illegal immigrants brought to the country as children.

“One of the promises during his campaign was that that¬†there wouldn’t be any amnesty for illegal aliens if he won”, Ricky Baldin, who voted for Donald Trump in 2016, says. “That was one of the big points of his campaign. I am so disappointed. I feel betrayed and let down. If I had wanted a Democrat President, I would have voted for Hillary Clinton”.

Following the backlash from his own supporters and some members of the Republican Party, Donald Trump has denied vehemently saying anything about immigration, ever.

“I don’t even know what people are talking about”, Donald Trump said. “How can I be accused of lying during the 2016 campaign. A Presidential Campaign? Rallies? It doesn’t ring a bell. I never campaigned for anything, ever. Everybody loved me so much, they came to me and told me “Donald, women want you, men want to be you. What would you think of becoming the bestest President ever?”. I accepted. And that’s it. Everything else is fake news. Probably started by crooked Hillary”.

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