As reported on B&T yesterday, an Australian journalist’s interview with Donald Trump was so bad, rambling and chaotic it left many people wondering if it wasn’t a John Clarke and Bryan Dawe comedy skit.
The interview was conducted by Aussie journo Jonathan Swan who works for news outlet AXIOS and is reportedly friends with the president and left many viewers unsure whether to laugh or cry at what was unfolding.
It was so spectacularly bad that one video editor has taken it upon himself to make it even worse… or better – depending on your take on things.
A bloke called Justin T Brown has re-edited the footage, removing Swan so Trump interviews himself. It’s interspersed with moments of the president sighing, rolling his eyes, repeatedly talking over himself and at one point even farting.
Check out the fun below:
The video has already been viewed over 120,000 times on YouTube and the social media response appears to suggest people are loving Brown’s re-editing. Check out some of the social reaction below:
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