Former Mexican President Vicente Fox, who led the country from 2000 until 2006, "announced" his candidacy for president of the United States in a satirical video released on Thursday. In the profanity-laced video, Fox skewered President Donald Trump, calling him a variety of names, and even pulled out a MAGA-style hat emblazoned with "Always ask before grabbing a p*ssy." The video was released by the website Super Deluxe and has been retweeted and liked thousands of times.
Watch the video below, but be aware that there's quite a bit of profanity:
I mean, apart from the fact that Fox, who is not an American citizen at all (never mind a natural-born one, regardless of where he was born) can't actually be president, at what point does the Trump derangement syndrome calm down? This is vulgar, dumb,it's not proper decorum for a former leader--and it's not even all that funny. At some point, this all just gets old, and I hope that we're going to reach this point soon. Trump will continue to be president even though Fox doesn't like him, and it's kind of pathetic on his end to use Trump as a way to springboard back into the media.
Fox has made his hatred of Trump known for a while. Last year, he publicly beat up a Donald Trump piñata at a street fair, and last month dropped an f-bomb live on CNN. He's been fond of saying that Mexico is not paying for "that f*cking wall."
Enough is enough. Fox sounds like he has the maturity level of a fifth grader. It's more embarrassing for him than for Trump. This isn't helping anything, and it's making society worse.