1.5 Million Americans Thought They Were Going To Die While Trump Continued His Golf Game

For 38 terrifying minutes on Saturday, residents in Hawaii thought that they were all going to perish while Donald Trump continued playing his golf game. Hawaiians were alerted via an emergency warning of an incoming ballistic missile which stated that ‘this is not a drill.’  A second alert came in 38 minutes later saying that it was a false alarm. Screen captures were posted on Twitter.

The warning was also televised.

Children were placed in storm drains.

NORAD addressed the issue.

The former reality show star was busy playing golf and hasn’t addressed the matter on Twitter.

As a former Obama defense official pointed out, maybe it was a good thing that Trump was playing golf.

We’re not sure if Trump thinks that Hawaii is a “shithole country” or not, but the state has a population of nearly 1.5 million residents, all of whom were in panic mode because he’s been making nuclear war threats while having a d-ck measuring contest with North Korea’s dictator.

“The President has been briefed on the state of Hawaii’s emergency management exercise. This was purely a state exercise,” White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters said in a statement. But, it was not a state exercise. The fake alert was sent out due to human error.

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