Twitter Roasts Donald Trump Over 'Nambia' Comments at UN
During the U.N General Assembly this Wednesday President of the USA, Donald Trump, sat with African leaders at a luncheon where he referred to a nonexistent country, Nambia. Twitter found out and wasn't having it, at all.
Donald Trump talked about ''Nambia'' during the opening remarks and then went on to say, '' Nambia's health system is increasingly self-sufficient'' in New York at the Palace Hotel. ''Nambia'', however, doesn't exist- the name seemed to be a collaboration of the names Zamia and Namibia which is a country in Southwestern Africa.
President Trump at Luncheon in UN General Assembly
Later, a White House transcript came out clarifying that the president was referring to Namibia. Twitter wasn't going to shut down just with the clarification, so it made trolls, here are some:
1. Tweets started flooding in right after the speech:
Trump, at a lunch with African leaders, refers to the non-existent country of "Nambia." pic.twitter.com/N8megnC1Xi
— David Mack (@davidmackau) September 20, 2017
2. Twitteratis are quick at editing!
— ((((JoshuaWarren)))) (@JoshWarrun) September 20, 2017
#Nambia is truly beautiful this time of year. Everyone should visit at least once in their lives. Just take Psilocybin to get there.
— BikerBecca (@BikerBecca) September 20, 2017
4. Did you know Nambia was famous for covefefe?
— TheGunnShow.net (@MuricanPigDog) September 21, 2017
5. Don't do that!
Please some one trick him in to talking about Equatorial Kumar or Wakanda https://t.co/CnqQc4uad2
— Stefan Hayden (@StefanHayden) September 20, 2017
Namibia is located to the north of South Africa for its diamonds, stunning landscapes, and deserts. Also at the luncheon, Trump talked tremendous business potential'' in Africa.