Trump rejects Constitution for theory of government based on Fyre Festival
MOSCOW -- On Friday, failed presidential candidate Donald J. Trump told RT that Americans should reject the U.S. Constitution, calling the federal framework "outdated," touting a more modern theory of government based on Fyre Festival.
Trump told the Russian news outlet that these days, he prefers to use the U.S. Constitution as toilet paper, taking particular care to wipe his excrement on the concept of "separation of powers."
Trump promoted his own Washington-outsider brand.
"Fyre Festival is precisely the kind of experience that I want to sell the American people, meaning a scam combined with a disaster combined with an international incident, plus third-rate celebrities to provide sexist visuals as people scream," he said.
Trump urged Americans curious about his vision to read Chloe Gordon's seminal account of Fyre Festival, as published in NYMag.
Trump praised Fyre Festival's organizers Billy McFarland and Ja Rule as "chips off the old block," citing their incompetence, dishonesty, sociopathic pursuit of fame, selfish disregard for others' safety and repeated business failures as examples of "them imitating me" and "very flattering."
In November, President Hillary Rodham Clinton defeated Trump by 3 million votes.