Trump attempts to say 'Puerto Rico' with a Spanish accent, fails spectacularly

Trump attempts to say 'Puerto Rico' with a Spanish accent, fails spectacularly

Trump attempts to say 'Puerto Rico' with a Spanish accent, fails spectacularly

That's because he doesn't, a fact made painfully obvious on Friday when he repeatedly said "Puerto Rico" with what we can only assume is his impression of a Spanish accent.

Being a cheerleading poster boy for the "protect white male privilege movement", it is not surprising that President Trump would have little interest in such a place and people as Puerto Rico.

The 47-year-old hit the stage in the bold ensemble alongside Donald Trump as he took to the podium where he addressed a crowd of leaders gathered in the East Room of the White House.

On Thursday, when reporters asked the President what he meant after his initial comment, Trump replied: "It could be, the calm, the calm before the storm".

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At the top of the segment, Reid noted that "Donald Trump may get a kick out of pronouncing Puerto Rico, but the situation on the island and the US Virgin Islands is no laughing matter".

He then repeated "Puerto Rico", before switching to his usual accent to laughingly add: "And we also love Puerto Rico". You lead our churches. I have to deal with it.

"I think Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Mattis and chief of staff Kelly are those people that help separate our country from chaos, and I support them very much", he said. But that's OK. I have to deal with it. He used his time on the former talking about tax reform, which he said will be a benefit to all US citizens and business owners.

The president also waited two weeks in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria to visit Puerto Rico.

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