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President Trump Considering Renegotiating Other Treaties After Backing Out Of Iran Nuclear Deal

President Trump Considering Renegotiating Other Treaties After Backing Out Of Iran Nuclear Deal

As President Trump backs out of the Iran Nuclear Deal because he believes it’s a very bad deal, anonymous sources reveal the President is considering renegotiating other previous deals he doesn't think highly of.  In fact, a few days ago there was a heated discussion between the President and his Chief of Staff John Kelly over whether President Trump did, in fact, have the power to renegotiate past deals.

 

President Trump made it clear that the past is full of bad deals and the only person who could fix them was himself.  White House staffers witnessed the Chief of Staff storm off from the Oval Office, mumbling under his breath, “the only thing lower than that moron’s net worth is his IQ.”

 

One key deal that the President is considering renegotiating is Japan’s formal surrender ending World War II.  Trump believes the Japanese behaved very badly and their murder and rape numbers are second highest in history, the highest being from illegal immigrants presently entering the United States.  Trump wants Japan’s surrender to include two additional provisions: 1) Japan should pay for the cost of the two atomic bombs that the United States was forced to use and 2) Japan must agree to support the opening of a Tokyo Trump Tower.  Apparently, Trump came up with the idea to renegotiate this surrender after viewing a “documentary” of Japan’s “very unfair” treatment of Godzilla.

 

Another agreement Trump wants renegotiated is the deal contained within the Ark of the Covenant.  The President thinks the Ten Commandments is one of the worst deals in history and Moses was a very bad negotiator. The President is okay with the first five commandments, but wants to negotiate dropping the latter five dealing with adultery, stealing, lying and coveting.  The President was quoted by an anonymous source saying, “What’s up with the tenth commandment?  It says you can’t covet your neighbor’s wife, maidservant or backside; but what if your neighbor’s wife and maidservants both have very fine backsides?”  Trump reportedly wishes to replace the final five commandments with one that simply states: Honor thy President and do not take His name in vain either.  Sad!

 

The President is said to also be considering renegotiating his marriage vows, the Louisiana Purchase, and the deal made with the Native Americans giving away all of those fancy casinos.

 

 
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