Or perhaps fled the room before blowing up and losing face due to about to lose his temper?
Trump Held An Executive Order Signing Ceremony, Then Walked Away Without Signing Anything
https://www.buzzfeed.com/salvadorhernan … .qt0RzdvAA
"Pence then chased after Trump to try to stop him on his way out, pointing out that the orders were still waiting to be signed at his desk."
What do you think? Your explanation? Perhaps Trump ate huevos rancheros for breakfast?
Bathroom break? Upset stomach? Had something in his shoe? Important phone call to make? Review information on one of the EO's? Could be any of a thousand reasons.
Or, as LtL mentions, we can insinuate that he forgot (he IS a moron with an IQ of 55, after all!), or that a hidden speaker in the pile of papers was asking the wrong questions. Aren't you really scraping the bottom of the barrel in finding things to complain about?
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