Famed Astronaut Keeps Staring At Trump Like He’s The Biggest Dummy In The Galaxy (VIDEO)


Amateur president Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday to revive the National Space Council, in a show of renewed interest in space exploration, with Colonel Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon in attendance. As the former reality show star spoke endlessly, the famed astronaut had a pained expression on his face.


It’s difficult to hear the words as he opens up the envelope which contains the Executive Order, but Gizmodo translated it.

“We know what this is, space. That’s all it has to say, space.” Then Trump said to Aldrin, “There’s a lot of room out there, right?”

Aldrin tried to make a joke at the end which went way over the alleged president’s head. Aldrin quoted a line from Toy Story, saying, “Infinity and beyond!” The room of people chuckled.

“This is infinity here. It could be infinity,” Trump said, obviously unaware of what Aldrin was saying, but still trying to sound as if he was knowledgeable. “We don’t really don’t know. But it could be. It has to be something, but it could be infinity, right?”


Then this happened.

The transcript reads:

Our travels beyond the Earth propel scientific discoveries that improve our lives in countless ways here, right here, at home: powering vast new industry, spurring incredible new technology, and providing the space security we need to protect the American people. And security is going to be a very big factor with respect to space and space exploration. At some point in the future, we’re going to look back and say how did we do it without space?

Is Donald going to build a wall around the Earth? WTF is he blabbering about? I’m asking for a friend. Well, actually, 7,347 billion of them.

Vice President Mike Pence will be in charge of advising Trump on space exploration, probably just after the former reality show star’s administration finishes f*cking up this planet.

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