Trump doesn’t believe in UFOs… but is open to the possibility

Alien-spotters could take coronary heart from listening to that whereas US President Donald Trump doesn’t believe in UFOs, he is open to the prospect as a result of “anything is possible.”

In an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, the host requested Trump for his views on UFOs in gentle of a latest briefing about Navy pilots saying they’ve witnessing unusual inexplicable objects touring at unimaginable speeds.

“Personally, I tend to doubt it,” Trump replied, “I’m not a believer, but you know, I guess anything is possible.” 

In a possible blow to true believers, the president went on to dismiss claims that the US authorities has really gotten its arms on UFO wreckage.

It’s removed from the first time Trump has been pressed to specific his views on the existence, or in any other case, of little inexperienced males. Just final month when he revealed he had been briefed by the US navy on reported UFO sightings, he informed questioning reporters that he himself doesn’t believe in aliens.

The barrage of ET-based queries follows the Pentagon recently admitting it “researched and investigated” unidentified aerial phenomena (Defense Department-speak for UFOs) flagged by its pilots, and even hinted at ongoing inquiries into reported sightings.

And it’s not solely Trump who’s been fielding questions on alien exercise: Russian President Vladimir Putin was probed (metaphorically) on the subject throughout his newest annual Q&A with residents when he was requested if he himself occurred to be an alien.

“I am not,” Putin replied, in case you have been questioning, and insisted he has loads of proof to show he’s not an alien being.