Hidden in the bill that ushered in Space Force was a decree that President Trump must sing Aerosmith’s: “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” at the inaugural shuttle launch.
Over the weekend, the President fulfilled his duty by absolutely nailing the song in front of 30,000 screaming fans.
Trump insisted on being lowered onto a mist-filled stage via cables.
“I could stay awake just to hear you breathing—I really could,” the dangling Commander in Chief sang out sending the massive crowd into hysteria.
Much to the shock of Space Force officials, President Trump synchronized the climax of the song with firing off a massive rocket behind the stage.
It was Mike Pence who later informed the President that the cost of buying the rights to Aerosmith’s song and an unauthorized rocket launch has completely wiped out the budget of Space Force until 2028.
“Worth it,” Trump said while pointing at him. “Did you see me up there? Most of the fake news said your favorite President couldn’t hit that high note at the end. But unsurprisingly, when I was like, ‘for all of the rest of time–Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!’ I saw all the little red lights on their cameras turn off.