Trump calls on Congress to investigate his mean fingerpainting of Susan Rice
MOSCOW -- On Wednesday, failed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump called on Congress to investigate a mean fingerpainting he'd made of former NSC director Susan Rice.
"Just look at it. She's disgusting," Trump told reporters at a Moscow press conference. The fingerpainting, which was still wet, stood on an easel for all to see.
Trump unveiled the fingerpainting to the press shortly after it was revealed that Rice had indeed been investigating Trump's ties to Russia during the 2016 election.
In an interview with RT, Trump denied that he'd gone to the media with his "admittedly vicious" fingerpainting of Susan Rice in the hopes of distracting reporters from the fact that he lost the election to President Hillary Rodham Clinton by 3 million votes despite Russian interference.
He told RT that his fingerpainting exposes the fact that Rice, "is just like Hillary Clinton, only worse."
Asked to name exactly the quality makes Rice worse than Clinton, Trump said, "the part of her that looks like Barack Obama."
Trump continued, saying, "it's one thing to be female. But to be female and black - she should be in jail."