The “Jimmy Kimmel Stay” host pointed to new revelations within the upcoming ebook The Divider by Peter Baker of The New York Occasions and The New Yorker’s Susan Glasser that declare Trump’s attempts to purchase Greenland from Denmark went lots additional than was initially reported.

Officers from Greenland and Denmark had dismissed the notion as “ridiculous,” and described it as proof that Trump had “gone mad.” Trump’s personal advisers reportedly labored to steer him away from the thought, the ebook stated.

However Trump stored attempting anyway, typically with genuinely absurd presents. The brand new ebook claimed he even proposed buying and selling Puerto Rico to Denmark for Greenland.

“He would do a swap, prefer it’s fantasy soccer or one thing,” Kimmel stated. “You recognize, numerous consideration is paid to how harmful and impulsive and useless Trump is. Generally we neglect, additionally very silly, additionally not very vivid.”

Trump admitted a number of occasions that he actually doesn’t like being known as silly, and claimed his well-known “person, woman, man, camera, TV” cognitive check was to show his intelligence.

The check doesn’t measure intelligence however fairly appears for proof of cognitive decline. Because of this, it’s designed to be straightforward.

Trump later admitted it was “quite tough” for him by the top and claimed that as a result of he handed it, “Now, they don’t name me silly.”

As Kimmel’s Thursday evening monologue confirmed, that’s simply not true:

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