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Journalists Offered Money To Ask Trump About US Relations With 'Black Panther's' Wakanda

Journalists Offered Money To Ask Trump About US Relations With 'Black Panther's' Wakanda

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As Donald Trump continues to face backlash for calling and Haiti and African nations “s**thole countries,” a writer and comedian is offering $300 to any journalist brave enough to ask Trump about the United States’ relations with Wakanda.

WATCH: ‘Mr. President, Are You A Racist?’: Reporter Confronts Trump About ‘S**thole Countries’ Comment

Yes, you read that correctly. Sara Benincasa wants to know what Trump thinks of the fictional country in Marvel’s Black Panther.

“I am offering $300 to the journalist who very seriously asks Trump his opinion on our nation’s relations with Wakanda and gets the question and answer recorded live on video,” Benincasa tweeted. “I know $300 doesn’t sound like a lot to some people but I also know what most reporters make so…$300.”

“If you succeed, you are guaranteed the $300 from me. However, should you actually complete this feat, I will set up a crowdfunding or Venmo situation whereby any others who wish to thank you for your bravery can add to the purse,” she added. “People are already offering money. We shall see…”

Is there a brave journalist out there that will ask Trump a question that is now on everyone’s mind? With Black Panther‘s theatrical debut date inching closer and closer, the inquiry is definitely timely. Plus it would be truly hilarious to hear Trump speak on this place that actually does not exist.

Recently, a journalist confronted Trump about his “s**thole countries” comment.

Mr. President, are you a racist?” April Ryan, Urban Radio Networks reporter and CNN contributor, said during an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr.‘s life Friday afternoon.

Trump ignored Ryan’s question and immediately left the room.



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