President Donald J. Trump’s application to exclusive white supremacist organization, Whitest & Brightest, has been rejected for “failure to exemplify and demonstrate by example the inherent superiority of the Aryan race.”
In his application, Trump touted his proactive discrimination against non-citizens, gays, and persons of color, listing many probative examples of his commitment to the premise of white supremacy. Unfortunately for Trump, however, that wasn’t enough for W & B.
In its letter denying the president’s application, W & B stated, “While we respect and appreciate your sincere hatred of persons of non-white races, our organization also seeks to prove to the public by personal, individual example, that whites are more trustworthy, more likely to succeed, and better with technology than those of other ethnic backgrounds. and we do not feel that you truly exemplify the whitest and brightest of our race. For that reason, we regretfully decline your application for membership.”
The letter went on to state that, while W & B members were greatly impressed with Trump's dismissive and objectifying attitude toward women, that information was not relevant to the core mission of the white supremacist group.
Unfazed by the rejection, Trump has joined the Board of Directors of Whitest & Brightest, which required a donation of $150,000, and plans to reapply next year.
“I’m nothing if not persistent,” he boasted. "If once you don’t succeed - well, suffice it to say, I’m optimistic. I think things are looking really, really good.”