Trump Greets Released Hostages With Framed 2016 Election Map
President Donald Trump today greeted three American hostages freed from North Korea with a giant framed map of the 2016 election results.
President Trump welcomed the released men, one of whom had been taken captive over a year before Mr. Trump's election, on the tarmac of St. Andrews Air Force base with a specially commissioned 4*3 foot framed rendering of the results.
The map included a county by county view of the results; large golden arrows pointing towards Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania; and the handwritten words "THEY TOLD US IT WASN'T POSSIBLE FOLKS" scrawled across the midwest.
A senior White House source told reporters that the President wanted to ensure the hostages were brought up to speed with the nation's recent political events and considered it appropriate to refresh their memories about his large, decisive electoral victory which was achieved with no Russian collusion.
Pointing to Vice President Pence at one point, the President jokingly told the hostages "I hope none of you guys are homosexual or Mike here will be giving you more electric shock therapy than Kim did".
Once the President had guided the hostages through the main points of the map, the men were able to reunite with their loved ones on the runway.