Trump Is Getting Roasted After Bragging That America Is 'Now Number One In The Universe'

Trump Is Getting Roasted After Bragging That America Is 'Now Number One In The Universe'
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The Universe better watch out – because the U.S.A. is kicking butt and taking names.

President Trump made a very bold claim on Monday evening as he prepared to depart to Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum.


In a bizarre tweet, Trump bragged that the U.S. is apparently now:

"NUMBER ONE in the Universe, by FAR!!"


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That's right.

Now that Trump's Space Force has officially launched (with some sweet camouflage uniforms to boot), he's no longer afraid to say what we all know: That the U.S. is number one in all of space...when it comes to economic policy.

Take THAT aliens!

Twitter, however was left scratching their heads at Trump's expansive assertion.








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Brace yourself for impact, President Trump.





DT phone home. Please.


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