Donald Trump’s sentence conundrum at Debate 2020, where he managed to group to opposites together is taking social media by storm. When asked if any of the negative impact COVID-19 had on USA was his fault, Donald Trump said “I take full responsibility, it’s not my fault” during the final presidential debate before the 2020 Election. He then went on to rant about the virus allegedly coming from China.

- Advertisement -
See also  Is Asian Doll a Culture Vulture? Alleged Old Tweets of Asian Doll Disrespecting Indian Culture Resurface After Indian Theme Party Debacle

Is Donald Trump saying he isn’t taking full responsibility, because it’s not his fault? Or is Trump saying it’s not his fault, but he would take full responsibility it was?

One key thing about his sentence was the exclusion of the word “but”. Donald Trump said “I take full responsibility, it’s not my fault”, grouping the two parts together. That makes it seem like he’s admitting guilt, and also saying he’s not guilty at the same time. Hence the hypocritical sentence conundrum at hand.

See also  Ric Flair Me Too'd? People are Cancelling Ric Flair For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting a Flight Attendant on Plane While Tommy Dreamer Laughed

So is Trump taking full responsibility, or is it no his fault? The world may never know. That quote is going to be talked about a lot.

Author: JordanThrilla

Previous articleCardi B $ex Tape and Cleavage Photo Leaks On Instagram and Offset Responds 5 AM in the Morning
Next articleJoe Biden Rebooting During Final Presidential Debate 2020 Goes Viral