Trump Comments On UFO’s

Let’s talk about something out of this world—literally! Former President Donald Trump recently made headlines with his thoughts on alien life during an appearance on Logan Paul’s podcast, “Impaulsive.” Trump, never one to shy away from a provocative topic, acknowledged the possibility of extraterrestrial beings, though he stopped short of saying he was a true believer.

Trump spent several minutes discussing the intriguing subject of life beyond Earth and the mysterious unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs) that have captured public and governmental attention. When asked if he believes in aliens, Trump responded with cautious skepticism. “Am I a believer? No, I probably I can’t say I am,” he said. However, he did admit to having met with credible individuals who have reported seeing strange things in the sky.

“But I have met with people that are serious people that say there’s some really strange things that they see flying around out there,” he continued.

“They have people that are very smart and very solid [who] have said they believe there was something out there and, you know, it makes sense that they could be,” he said. “I’ve never been convinced, even despite that, you know. I just, for some reason, it’s not my thing. But a lot of people believe that it’s true. A lot of very good, solid people believe it’s true.”

In recent years, UAPs have sparked significant interest in Congress, with a bipartisan group of lawmakers questioning whether the military is hiding evidence of alien technology. Logan Paul raised similar concerns about government transparency during the podcast, but Trump downplayed the idea of a cover-up.

During his presidency, Trump said he devoted considerable time to investigating UAPs and concluded that he doesn’t believe government agencies are withholding information from the public. “They have people that are very smart and very solid [who] have said they believe there was something out there and, you know, it makes sense that they could be,” Trump noted. Despite these assurances from experts, Trump remains unconvinced, though he acknowledges the possibility of alien life.

This debate isn’t new. In March, a Pentagon report stated there is “no evidence” that the U.S. government or private companies have reverse-engineered extraterrestrial technology. The report also found no confirmed sightings of UAPs with alien origins, contradicting claims from high-profile whistleblowers.

Despite his personal skepticism, Trump emphasized the plausibility of extraterrestrial life. “It’s very believable. It’s very possible that there is something,” he said. “And why wouldn’t it be, you know, you take a look at the universe, and you see all of the different planets, and you see this, you know, look at, we are one relatively small planet, why wouldn’t it be on a planet that’s, you know, 400 times the size?”

So, there you have it! Even a former president is intrigued by the mysteries of the universe. Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, Trump’s comments certainly add fuel to the ongoing debate about what might be out there among the stars.