The parody letter, initially from ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” TV present, is written on mocked-up White Home letterhead and addressed to Russia’s then chief Nikita Khrushchev.
“Don’t be a dick, ok? Get your missiles out of Cuba,” begins the letter pretending to be from president Kennedy.
“Everybody will say ‘Yay! Khrushchev! You’re the best!’ But if you don’t everybody will be like ‘what an asshole’ and call your garbage country ‘The Soviet Bunion.'”
The letter echoes the weird tone of
Trump’s October 9 letter to Turkish President
Recep Tayyip Erdogan through which he warned that he would wreck Turkey’s economic system if its invasion of Syria went too far.
“You don’t want to be responsible for slaughtering thousands of people, and I don’t want to be responsible for destroying the Turkish economy — and I will,” Trump wrote in a letter many individuals thought was pretend till it was verified by the White Home.
“Don’t be a tough guy. Don’t be a fool,” Trump completed, including: “I will call you later.”
The joke letter from Kennedy to Khrushchev ends: “You’re really busting my nuts here. Give you a jingle later,” earlier than signing off “Hugs, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.”
Clinton joked that the letter had been “found in the archives.”
Democrat Clinton, who was defeated by Republican Trump within the 2016 US election, has backed efforts to question him over his dealings with Ukraine and continues to be recurrently focused by the president throughout his speeches.
Within the 1962 Cuban missile disaster, Kennedy and Khrushchev confronted off in a second of excessive diplomatic rigidity that threatened to tip the world into nuclear battle.
The USA had detected Soviet missile installations in Cuba, simply off the Florida coast, and Kennedy imposed a blockade of the island.
Soviet ships laden with nuclear missiles heading for Cuba turned again on the final minute after a secret settlement with Washington.
Trump has defended his diplomacy within the Center East and his army pullout from northern Syria, which cleared the best way for Turkey’s cross-border assault in opposition to Kurdish forces.
Trump’s idiosyncratic communication model was additionally on show on Twitter on Sunday when he misspelled the identify of his protection secretary Mark Esper as “Esperanto” — the little-used common language invented in 1887.
He corrected his error some hours later.