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Trump Responds To Actor Attacked! “Horrible. It Doesn’t Get Worse, As Far As I’m Concerned”

Actor Jussie Smollett claims he was attacked by two Trump supporters who used homophobic slurs along with bleach and a rope.

Smollett claims the attackers said, as they were walking off, “This is MAGA country.”

Jussie says they used homophobic slurs. How would they have known he was gay? Is he implying he was targeted? Why would they assume he would leave his condo at 2 am on a Tuesday on one of the coldest nights of the year? It was -20.

I think Jussie swiped right on the wrong homeboy on Grindr and got robbed and smacked around and called a few names. Instead of going back home and reevaluating his life like a 35-year-old man should he decided to concoct a fantastical hate crime hoax to get some attention and make himself feel better.

CNN White House correspondent April Ryan asked Trump about the attack during a press gaggle at the White House. Trump replied: “That I can tell you is horrible, I’ve seen it. Last night. I think that’s horrible. It doesn’t get worse, as far as I’m concerned.”

Smollett is never going to admit that he lied about this entire incident in a million years, he’s too much of a Trump-hating leftie ever to do that. The cops will never solve it because, well, because it never happened to begin with.

Stalemate. I guess this is the new tactic for little-known actors to become famous actors.

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