US PRESIDENT Donald Trump mocking a jockey while wearing an allegedly ‘made in Russia’ tutu on his way to a press conference..
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US President Donald Trump’s latest fascist scandal involves a pink tutu and his “sickening cultural appropriation” in wearing a so-called ‘Nehru jacket’ during a meeting with the Indian prime minister. Trump has always been known for his flamboyant style that involves golden curtains and other types of bling and trashy decorations that remind many of a scene from a bad 1960s movie.
According to Washington insiders, the president wore a pink tutu during his latest press “gaggle” in Sean Spicer’s closet. Spicer who was demoted once again from press secretary to second secretary, has been holding conferences in a small East Wing closet. Trump apparently arrived without notice at one of these events in which only two invited journalists were present and shocked them by wearing a “pink tutu.”
One of the journalists, speaking off the record, claimed he was “disgusted by the fascist tutu. It’s yet one more example of this administration’s drift into racism and fascism. What kind of man wears a tutu? A pink one?! It shocked my eyes and conjured up images of oppression.”
Fashion correspondent D.D. Fayence said she also witnessed a horrifying and racist scene when Trump met with the prime minister of India.
The president was alleged to have worn a “Nehru jacket” during the meeting.
“It’s part of cultural appropriation. Here you have the big white man, Trump, strutting around in this Indian- style jacket, showing it off, as if he is better than the Indians. It was truly offensive.”
However Trump’s team responded that the idea to wear the jacket was not Trump’s but rather suggested by the Indian delegation that gave him the jacket as a present.
“It’s not cultural appropriation, it’s cultural gifting.”
Trump’s advisers refused to comment on the subject of the pink tutu.
However, a leaked document shows that the White House has purchased three tutus over the last month. To what end, is unclear, but this journalist can personally say that he was deeply offended.