Swedish newspaper trolls Trump in the most epic way

Swedish newspaper trolls Trump in the most epic way

Image: Medium/shutterstock So many people are trolling President Trump after he alluded to a terrorism attack in Sweden that never happened. Sweden, who would believe this," Trump said. Fox News report on Swedish immigration, referred to by Trump, is full of errors and exaggerations https://t.co/PmfqBdj7OX — Aftonbladet (@Aftonbladet) February 20, 2017 But not before a Swedish newspaper, Aftonbladet, made a very helpful list in English summarising the day in news: 3:24 PM (local time): A man set himself on fire at Sergels torg, a plaza in central Stockholm. He was taken to the hospital with severe burns. There is so far no information on his motives but the intelligence service is not part of the investigation. 12:17 AM: Police officers initiated a chase for a fleeing Peugeot through central parts of the Swedish capital of Stockholm. 11:23 AM: Ok, let’s not be fake news, this story took place in the autumn, but was reported Friday before lunch and we thought you would like it. It all happened in 79 year old Ove Lindqvist’s garden in Byske outside Skellefteå, northern Sweden. ”I thought it was going to start a fight, instead it humped the wooden moose thrice”, he said. Just to recap: There was a man setting himself on fire in Stockholm, an old and famous singer having technical problems, a drunk car chase and a road closure.

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A man set himself on fire in Stockholm. No terrorist attacks, though.
A man set himself on fire in Stockholm. No terrorist attacks, though.

So many people are trolling President Trump after he alluded to a terrorism attack in Sweden that never happened.

“You look at what’s happening in Germany, you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this,” Trump said.

He later clarified that his statement was in reference to a story, later debunked, that was broadcast on Fox News.

Fox News report on Swedish immigration, referred to by Trump, is full of errors and exaggerations https://t.co/PmfqBdj7OX

— Aftonbladet (@Aftonbladet) February 20, 2017

But not before a Swedish newspaper, Aftonbladet, made a very helpful list in English summarising the day in news:

3:24 PM (local time): A man set himself on fire at Sergels torg, a plaza in central Stockholm. He was taken to the hospital with severe burns. There is so far no…

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