Trump "does not immediately" believe in UFOs, but "we keep an eye on them"
The Pentagon recently briefed three senators about the increasing number of UFO sightings by US Navy pilots. President Trump also received a brief update, he admitted to ABC News. “We’ll keep an eye on it and you’ll be the first to know,” he said of possible extraterrestrial life.
Just on Thursday, speculation in Kansas City was not over after several people observed two mysterious, elongated, hazy orbs of light above the airport. A local TV station tweeted some photos of the alleged UFOs. The National Weather Service was perplexed: “We honestly have no explanation for the floating objects over Kansas City,” it said.
At the end of last week, in an interview with ABC News, US President Donald Trump was skeptical about the increasing UFO sightings. “I think it probably… they can think of me as they like. They do tell it, and I have seen it, read about it and heard it. I had a short meeting about it. So people claim to see UFOs. Do I believe that? Not immediately, ”Trump replied to George Stephanopoulos.
The reporter asked the president if he would know if extraterrestrial life were discovered. “Well, I think my fantastic pilots would know. Our fantastic pilots would know. We shall see. We will keep an eye on it and you will be the first to know. ”