During a joint press conference in Paris between President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron, one reporter sent eyes rolling when he asked Macron’s opinion of Trump’s proposed border wall with Mexico.
The question did have some value, though; thanks to a typo, the press was led to believe that Trump, perhaps having spent some time at urbandictionary.com, had described some of the drug smuggling over the existing border fence as “cray.”
White House official tells me Trump did not say cray, it should be crazy in the transcript. pic.twitter.com/UnSiatyCrG
— Adrian Carrasquillo (@Carrasquillo) July 13, 2017
Getting hit by a flying 60-lb. bale of weed does sound pretty cray.
Annnnd scene pic.twitter.com/EiDjAbbj2g
— Hadas Gold (@Hadas_Gold) July 13, 2017
those were a magical few hours tho
— Dylan Scott (@dylanlscott) July 13, 2017
Still Cray Cray. …
— Linda Kennedy (@Bulldawg2482) July 13, 2017
And to their credit a rare one, but with hilarious effect https://t.co/7FCgE9J04n
— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) July 13, 2017
Some people thought it was pretty cray cray that Trump was worried about citizens being hit by flying sacks of drugs from Mexico.
That's the correction they want to make?
— Single Player Gamer (@SinglePlayerGam) July 13, 2017
Is this a problem? I mean, are people getting hit on the head with sacks of drugs at the border on the reg?
— herekittykitty (@kidloca37) July 13, 2017
that shit cray
— 3030 (@jose3030) July 13, 2017
That's bigly cray.
— Lauren (@lauren_marie78) July 13, 2017
His whole wall concept is cray cray.
— JB Blair (@JoBethBlair) July 13, 2017
Trump is the one who is cray-cray.
— Valerie J. Wood (@ValerieJWood) July 13, 2017
I agree and disagree that this matters.
— J. A. Ramsey (@J_ARamsey) July 13, 2017
People don't get hit in the head, they use manmade airfields, network of tunnels, and manmade submarines to push their drugs into the US
— TYBG 🏴🤴🏿 (@basednismparty) July 13, 2017
To be honest, we’ve never heard of anyone being struck by flying drugs, but Border Patrol agents have discovered at least one pretty elaborate catapult system attached directly to the existing border fence, ready to fling two sacks of pot into Douglas, Ariz. And there was that smuggler who hid 67 lbs. of pot in a casket. Maybe with a decent barrier in place, things wouldn’t be so cray cray at the border.
Now we kind of want to see a demonstration of smugglers trying to catapult bales of pot over Trump’s proposed wall of solar panels — that would be lit.
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President pitches border wall equipped with solar panels; No word on moat filled with nuclear waste https://t.co/XMkxM5TSN6
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 6, 2017