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Everyone Is Wondering If Trump Has An Imaginary Friend Named 'Jim'

By Mustafa Gatollari

We've all met that one person who swears up and down that they "know a guy." They always want to chime in on a subject with some anecdotal tale about this person who you never met or heard of before, who had some sage insight into whatever topic you and your friend are discussing.  Some people are better than others at the detail that they put around this person.  Some are not so great, and you can see through their lies right away.  We are not all Matt Damon in Good Will Hunting with his 12 brothers recited verbatim back to back.  Thats some pretty impressive stuff right there.  

Usually, it's easy to dismiss this "friend" we all suspect is imaginary because you're probably talking about the quality of golf clubs or the best Turkish restaurants in Amsterdam. But when it comes to the president trying to convince people of a political agenda, if they're referencing a specific person, then that person should probably exist.

And to some people, it seems like Trump's pal "Jim," who allegedly says that Paris hasn't been the same since attacks by extremists, might be imaginary.