Donald Trump Attacks The Press During Thanksgiving Ceremony: "Turkeys Look Like Vultures" [VIDEO]

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, continued on Tuesday with the tradition established in 1989 by President George H.W. Bush (1989-1993) to pardon the turkeys presented at the White House on the occasion of the Thanksgiving holiday, in a brief act that he took to charge against the press and against the president of the legislative committee that investigates him, Adam Schiff .

"Somehow I expected this event to be very popular with the press, after all, turkeys look like vultures," the head of state said jokingly in front of the two birds, baptized as Bread and Butter (bread and butter, in English).

The ruler also had bitter words for the democrat Adam Schiff, chairman of the Intelligence Committee of the House of Representatives, who has been one of those in charge of the legislative investigation to see if there are reasons to subject the president to a impeachment political trial.

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"Luckily, Bread and Butter have been specially bred to be calm in any situation, which is very important because they have already received citations to appear in the basement of Adam Schiff on Thursday," said the president accompanied by the first lady, Melania Trump

In addition, the president took advantage of this brief appearance before the public and the media to boast that "the country has never been more successful" than under his mandate, which he said he saw reflected in the military operation against which he was the leader of the jihadist group Islamic State, Abi Bakr al Baghdadi, and that resulted in his death.

The Thanksgiving holiday was proclaimed by the first US head of state, George Washington (1789-1797), with the aim of celebrating "the birth of a new nation and its prosperity"; and it is celebrated on the third Thursday of November since President Franklin D. Roosvelt (1933-1945) decided in 1941.

Americans have the tradition of eating turkey at this time in memory of the first settlers in the northeast of the country, known hunters of these birds. (EFE)

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