Canada Buys MT Because of Online Petition; Trump Forgets We Have All The Nukes

President Trump Raising His Hands In Triumph After The Deal Of A Lifetime

President Trump Raising His Hands In Triumph After The Deal Of A Lifetime

On Sunday, President Donald Trump sold the 41st state to Canada to solve the national debt, but only because he forgot that Montana controls the entire nuclear arsenal. 

Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime Minister, reportedly undercut the original $1 Trillion price tag for $999 Billion and an NHL season pass.  

At the initial press conference, President Trump had this to say: “This has been the best trade deal in the history of trade deals, maybe ever. We don’t need that useless state for anything. Justin got the short end of the hockey stick on this deal am I right?”

When reporters in the room started asking about Montana housing the majority of the USA’s nuclear warheads, Trump looked very confused and asked a staffer whether or not “the big red button” was still in the Oval Office. “It’s still there? Ok good. See, no problem! Nothing’s happened to the button. We’re still the most powerful country. Suck on that syrup Trudeau.”