Trump demands Congress investigate his many thoughts about Obama

Trump demands Congress investigate his many thoughts about Obama

MOSCOW -- On Monday morning, failed candidate Donald J. Trump demanded that Congress investigate his, "many, many thoughts about Obama."

Trump said in just the last 24 hours, he thought that former U.S. President Barack Obama tapped his phones, cheated on his wife Melania, tried to steal the election from President Hillary Clinton, bragged about grabbing women "by the pussy," committed treason against his country, and tried to date his daughter, Ivanka Trump.

"We need to find evidence for these thoughts I'm having," Trump told RT.

When Vice President Tim Kaine was asked what he thought about Congress investigating Trump's thoughts, he laughed, saying, "no, Congress is way too busy investigating his relationship with Russia."

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