Today, Donald Trump announced that a United States has successfully delivered a series of F-52 warrior jets to Norway, a jubilant explain that’s usually undercut by a fact that a F-52 isn’t real. As The Washington Post notes, a F-52 is indeed a illusory jet from a 2014 video diversion Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare, a first-person shooter set in a nearby destiny about kids on a internet screaming secular slurs during you. Apparently, Trump was ostensible to contend that a United States had delivered 52 F-35 jets, and he simply misread a statement.
Here’s a thing, though: Donald Trump is a fast genius. He doesn’t make mistakes. So what if these F-52s are real? Does that meant we’re indeed vital in a universe of Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare? In further to a F-52s, that diversion had infantryman dudes wearing strength-enhancing armor rigs that helped them burst aloft and quarrel robots better, that is all flattering cool, though it also did have Kevin Spacey as a personality of a private troops association who—predictable spoiler alert—turned out to be evil. That’s a lot reduction cool, so maybe we should wish that Trump only done a singular mistake and not that we’re vital in a Call Of Duty game.
That being said, Trump could’ve picked a worse Call Of Duty. Black Ops III, for example, had some flattering tedious multiplayer levels. We’d hatred to be stranded with those boring, three-lane maps forever.