Trump’s ‘Gorilla Channel’ Goes Viral And Liberals Everywhere Are Falling For It

One story about President Trump watching a “gorilla channel” is taking the internet by storm.

The fake story is about Trump wanting to watch a “gorilla channel” and his White House staff tricking him into watching footage they crafted to pacify the President.

The “gorilla channel” hit seemingly originated from the social media account: @pixelatedboat.

The fake story was attributed to the new book by Michael Wolff, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” – but is not an actual passage from the book.

Although White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has disputed much of the actual contents of the book, the obviously joking “gorilla channel” story was taken seriously by many who responded to it.

Here’s more from Mediaite:

Since excerpts of Michael Wolff‘s controversial tell-all Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House have been circulating, many of the wild details have been disputed by the Trump administration and individuals in the media.

However, a fake excerpt from the book has gone viral. And it’s pretty hysterical.

The social media account even changed it’s name to help quell the overwhelming response:

Take a look at some of the people who fell for the hoax:

Eventually, people were told the story was inauthentic:

Some others on social media were more optimistic about an eventual, real gorilla channel:

H/T: Vice

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