Today is a pretty historic day in ufology, with President Donald Trump speaking openly about the UFO phenomenon. He admitted to being brief on the topic during his term, but also shared that he didn't personally believe in UFOs.
In an ABC News interview, George Stephanopoulos asked President Trump what he thought about the recent Navy pilot UFO sightings being reported. Trump said "I want them to think whatever they think ... I did have one very brief meeting on it. But people are saying they’re seeing UFOs. Do I believe it? Not particularly." However, he went on to encourage the Navy pilots sharing their UFO encounters by saying "I think our great pilots would know. And some of them see things a little bit different from the past. We’re watching, and you’ll be the first to know."
For some UFO believers and researchers, as well as witnesses and alien abductees, Trump's disbelief in the phenomenon may be frustrating.
Others may find that a sitting president commenting on UFOs is a sign of UFO and alien Disclosure, regardless of the president's personal beliefs. Still others will find the president's lack of belief in the phenomenon to be a sign that he is not actively participating in Disclosure, for better or worse. Depending on who you ask, Disclosure will lead to mass enlightenment or deception.
What's interesting is right now, press Secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving the White House, and back in December 2017, she promised she would ask President Trump about aliens. She never did. But fast forward to now, June 2019, and George Stephanopoulos has finally asked the question... well, almost.
What do you think of Trump's recent statements about UFOs? Is he telling the truth about what he believes? Do you think he's been told the truth by those "in the know?" Or perhaps. Trump does believe UFOs could be real and could actually be a threat, and that's why he launched a space force.
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