- An Op-Ed article was released by New York Times about some of Donald Trump's senior officals has sent shock waves through the world
- According to the anonymous author, a resistance group was actively trying to thwart the president's plans
- Meanwhile, in his response to the article, Trump was video recorded struggling to pronounce 'anonymous'
The New York Times released a shocking Op-Ed, written by one of US president Donal Trump's senior officials.
The NY Times is not known to do such articles and it proved how important it was what the unknown individual wrote.
According to the anonymous author, he and a group of other senior official in the White House, were doing everything in their power to prevent Trump's plans until his term as president is over.
The author said the president's decision making and actions has proved to be unhealthy for the nation.
Briefly.co.za learned the resistance even considered using the 25th Amendment, which would help them remove Trump from office.
However, he added the process would prove messy and they would continue to frustrate the head of state's agenda and impulses until he finishes his presidency.
South African comedian, Trevor Noah, spoke about the Op-Ed on the Daily Show, where he gave hilarious insight.
“There’s a secret group of people within the White House actively working to curb President Trump, which is wild, because this means this whole time we’ve been dealing with the watered-down version of Trump,” Noah said.
He added, "you’re telling me that this is the better version? Like I thought this was the peak of crazy, this is Diet Trump? This is what you’re saying?”
Meanwhile, a hilarious video was shared on Twitter, which showed Trump attempting to pronounce 'anonymous'- twice.
In the video Trump speaks about the Op-Ed, where he slammed the unknown source.
The tweet gathered a massive response and tweeps poked fun at Trump over the blooper.
Twitter user @TrapAndFamous wrote, "He’s def drunk, look at the lean. On an average day he’s very fidgety a lot of hand gestures & references to his rich friends & secret sources this has none of those.."
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