American Outlaws Capo In Chief Scrambles For Second Chant After USA-USA

WASHINGTON - The American Outlaws Capo In Chief, Donald Trump, reportedly scrambled for a second chant after kicking off USA-USA in the second half of the recent State Of The Union on Tuesday evening.

I BELIEVE I BELIEVE THAT WE I BELIEVE THAT WE CAN DEPORT THOSE KIDS!

I BELIEVE

I BELIEVE THAT WE

I BELIEVE THAT WE CAN DEPORT THOSE KIDS!

President Trump stated that he worked with American Outlaws leadership to make, "The hugest American flag humping jingoistic patriotic dog pile you've ever seen since President Reagan defeated the Mexicans at the battle of WelFaire, TX"

The Capo in Chief reportedly struggled during the second half of the State Of The Union after Republican leadership came back drunk from half-time as he excoriated them to, "pogo for a wall," and, "put your hands up if you hate a minority."

Sources within the room indicate that President Trump ran with 7 Nation Army for 10 minutes before switching to a rest chant of USA-USA that took off like wildfire among the collected group of white men eagerly salivating to pull up the drawbridge laid down by their immigrant grandparents.

"We opened with Mow My Lawn before we transitioned into The Sombrero Song," stated Trump to his Secretary Of Dogwhistles Stephen Miller. "After we got out of The Sombrero Song I was going to go with Fake News followed by I Believe followed by The Wave followed by Build The Wall, but good ole Jim Mattis started 7 Nation Army and I had to pivot, bigly."

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as everyone gets ready to chant USA-USA-USA at sporting events again this weekend to reaffirm the greatness of the greatest country in the world to deport children.