Heroes of a New World
Transcript of Donald Trump's First Speech on Talents
My fellow Americans, by now you have heard of the brave men and women who returned from the space station. So brave, so brave. But what is even more amazing, is that these men and women have come back with powers. These are strong people. Let me tell you. I’ve seen some of them lift things that are so heavy – the heaviest. Maybe you’ve seen the videos. The videos they show on tv sometimes – I know you have [pointing to someone in crowd]. I’ve also seen them shoot things out of their eyes. Do you believe it, right out of their eyes. And many other things. But today I’m here to tell you that those stories are true. These people have abilities right out of stories. And just the other day, with their help we were able to avert a disaster, a terrible disaster just terrible where a bad woman tried to hurt a lot of people. It was on the news, with the cameras and the helicopters just like you saw on the news. This is a strange time. When we are threatened by terrorism abroad, now we have dangers from space. But maybe with good people like this, the world can rest easy. May I present to you, the heroes of the Chicago Quarantine, from the Space Station Lachesis – Adam Cleese, Cazamir Souchek, Maggie Sykes and Norman Baits. Yes, yes they’ll answer your questions. Thank you.