Trump cancels all future American media appearances
MOSCOW -- On Tuesday, Donald Trump cancelled all future American media appearances. The announcement came days after The Washington Post published an editorial urging Trump to release his long-form birth certificate after the failed GOP presidential candidate issued a series of inclement Mother's Day tweets proclaiming his love for "Mother Russia."
Trump announced his newfound refusal to interact with American media in an exclusive 3-month interview with Russia's state news organization, RT.
Reaction in America was swift and cutting. "Thank God," said former Clinton speechwriter Jon Lovett. "I never want to hear from him again."
In November, President Clinton defeated Trump by a humiliating margin of 3 million votes.
According to the FBI, Trump is currently under investigation for treason. While the FBI says it's gathered "ironclad evidence" that Trump colluded with Russia to steal the election from President Hillary Rodham Clinton, officials say that legally, the status of the FBI investigation has become much more complicated since Trump officially renounced his American citizenship in January, days after Clinton was sworn in as America's first woman president.
"He's clearly a Russian agent. Shouldn't the CIA be conducting this investigation?" asked FBI Director James Comey.