The U.S. territory of Guam is being threatened with a nuclear attack by North Korea. In a phone call to the governor of Guam, what did the impending catastrophic disaster make President Trump think of?
Money, of course.
According to a recording of the phone call posted to Facebook, President Trump told Guam’s Governor Eddie Calvo that tourism “would surge tenfold” amid concerns that North Korea could strike that U.S. territory.
Trump also joked that Calvo and his small island near the Philippines — are now “extremely famous.”
“All over the world they’re talking about Guam and they’re talking about you and I think…your tourism, you’re going to go up like ten fold with the expenditure of no money,” Trump said to the Governor who may soon be facing the total destruction of his people with nuclear weapons.
“So I congratulate you,” he concluded.