WASHINGTON, D.C. – On January 20, President Donald J. Trump officially made his first black friend to date when he walked down the Washington Mall with former President Barack Obama.
“It’s very exciting, very urban,” Trump said, gesturing his normal-sized hands emphatically.
Obama, who had only met the new President a few weeks earlier, seemed less than excited about the alleged friendship.
“I barely even consider us coworkers,” Obama said. “Besides, Joe is the only friend I’ll ever need.” Obama is of course referring to the former Vice President Joe Biden.
Earlier that month, a mentally unstable Kanye West attempted to be Trump’s first black friend, only to be rebuffed. When asked to comment about the rejection, Trump indicated that he wanted a more “American” black friend, closer to his esteemed family values.