Man Did Nice Thing for Trump, Fears Indictment
A New York man who once gave the President a free cup of coffee is now concerned that he may be indicted in court. The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, is apparently on the brink of a breakdown amidst the growing number of whistleblowers. Allegedly, the President once went to this man’s job at a coffee shop and the man, being starstruck and in awe of fame, chose not to charge Trump for the coffee he ordered. His lawyer, James Johnson, has been the gentleman’s mouthpiece to friends, family and the media as he has not left his home in several days, terrified he may feel the nation’s wrath.
Johnson held a press conference to address any questions that the public may have. “My client once gave President Trump a free cup of coffee at the café he was once employed at. This happened around 25 years ago, long before Donald Trump ever took office, and is, of course, not at all in the realm of legal severity as the other claims. But my client is, nonetheless concerned for his safety and well-being, as well as those of his loved ones. He would like everyone to know that he is alright and there is nothing to be worried about.”
Mr. Johnson went on to say that while he understands that this man is unknown, not involved in politics, and did not commit any real or punishable crime, his client is still very much afraid that his fellow Americans may try to come after him. There has been little to no media coverage on this new piece of information, which was pointed out to the lawyer at the conference, which was attended by three people, one of whom was the lawyer.
“Yes, my client has noticed the lack of interest in his story but feels it is only a matter of time before it really begins to pick up.” One of the reporters at the conference (the other who was this reporter) asked what kind of coffee the President ordered.
“A small, black coffee with no room,” was the lawyer’s reply.
There has been no comment from the White House at this current time.