By Football Italian staffI’ve been trying to find out which of the President’s latest political speeches is funniest.
I’m not the only one who is trying to figure it out.
Trump’s latest, delivered on Friday, was his biggest yet.
The speech was a speech that was meant to celebrate the birthday of a famous figure, the late King Louis XVI, but in which he went on to insult his predecessor, the former US President Barack Obama, and talk about his own birth certificate.
He then turned his attention to the US Senate and accused them of being corrupt.
The President said the Senate had a problem because the chamber had not been fully funded since it began in 1872.
He continued:I have a big problem, a very big problem.
I mean, we’re talking about a lot of people.
They’re the senators, the members of the Senate, the president, they’re the ones who are supposed to be doing the work.
So, it’s a very, very big, very, big problem and I have a lot to say about that.
In a subsequent speech, he said that it was time for Democrats to put the country first.
He talked about the importance of healthcare, the importance that the US economy should have in the world, and how the country should not just be a great nation but a great economy.
Trump has been speaking at a very low profile, rarely in public or at events outside the Capitol.
But on Friday evening, he did a full-blown speech, giving a big speech that lasted for almost half an hour, including a short Q&A session with the senator from Alabama.
He spoke for about 10 minutes, and then took questions from reporters, before giving his final address to the Senate.
He did not hold back on any of the themes he has raised since he took office, although there was a notable change in tone.
He said he was glad that Republicans, who have controlled the Senate for four years, would finally get rid of Obamacare, although he also said that he would be willing to sign a bill if it is a good bill.
In an interview with Fox News, he again attacked the Democrats, accusing them of using the Affordable Care Act to attack him, and he said they had not done a good job of delivering on the promises they made in the 2016 presidential election.
Trump was then introduced by the late Sen. Jeff Sessions, the Alabama Republican who was the first senator to endorse him.
“The Senate is in turmoil,” Trump said.
“You can tell that by the way they’re behaving.
They are in chaos.
They want to go after me.”
The President then went on, in his trademark style, to criticize the Republicans.
“We need a leader who is going to fight for us,” he said.
It was a good one.
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