Donald Trump Just Claimed That He Was Being 'Sarcastic' When He Asked Russia for Hillary Clinton's E-Mails, but That's Not What He Said At the Time
President Donald Trump on Saturday tried to downplay the time he asked Russia to hack and release Hillary Clinton's emails during a long, bizarre speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
As the audience chanted "lock her up," Trump claimed he was being "sarcastic" and was merely "having fun with the audience" when he said that Russia would be "rewarded mightily by our press" if they found a way to publish Clinton's emails.
Right Wing Conference Party's Cocktail Menu Tried to 'Own the Libs' With Its Drink Names, and It Backfired Spectacularly
The American Conservative Union's Conservative Political Action Conference [CPAC] is a convention of Conservative activists and politicians known for being one of the biggest events of the year for the far-Right.
This year's CPAC is on its third day and its speakers have already generated some wildly false claims, from former White House aide Sebastian Gorka threatening that Democrats are hell-bent on banning hamburgers to Donald Trump Jr. fanning fears of nonexistent "Post Term Abortions."
The Founder of My Pillow Just Went on a Rant About How Donald Trump Was 'Chosen by God' and People Can't Even
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) kicked off in Washington, DC Thursday and one of the early keynote speakers said that President Donald Trump was divinely appointed.
Mike Lindell, the founder of My Pillow, credited Jesus Christ with helping him overcome addiction.