‘Why weren’t The Kaiser Chiefs impeached for I Predict A Riot?’ rages Donald Trump

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In a statement, US President Donald Trump has questioned why Leeds indie rock band ‘The Kaiser Chiefs’ were not impeached in 2004 for their smash hit song ‘I Predict A Riot’.

Mr Trump made the comments via telegram post after being banned from a number of social media sites last week.

Last night, Trump became the first president in US history to be impeached twice, after being charged with “incitement of insurrection” over last week’s Capitol riot.

In the statement, he said, “You have this band over in the United Kingdom of England, who are not very good, might I add. They wrote a song, an entire song, inciting a riot and no impeachment. Zero impeachments for them. Zero. All I said was ‘storm the Congress by any means possible’. Is that so bad? It’s one rule for the left and another for me, it’s so unfair.”

It has been reported that Mr Trump stamped his foot in a tantrum as he said this.

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Trump went on to quote the lyrics from the noughties hit, writing, “and if there’s anybody left in here that doesn’t want to be out there, I predict a riot, I predict a riot, I predict a riot, I predict a riot.

“If that is not inciting a riot, I don’t know what is,” he added, shrugging.

The Kaiser Chiefs were unavailable for comment as no one knows where they have been for the last decade.