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Saturday, 25 March 2017

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US President Donald Trump is quick to take the credit for any good news that happens on his watch, for example: preventing the Bowling Green Massacre and trashing the US so illegal immigrants will want to stay in their home countries. But when things go sour, Trump starts to look for someone to take the blame.

In an all too familiar pattern, Trump's Art of the Deal looks more and more like the Art of Pointing Little Fingers: blame the Democrats, blame the dishonest media, and especially--blame Obama.

With the failure of his signature healthcare law, TreasonCare, and questions about whether or not he still owes money to Russian mobsters, the president tried to distract from those issues by blaming Democrats and tweeting that former President Obama shot JFK.

This reporter talked to President Trump's first and preferred choice for VP, Carrot Top, who defended the embattled POTUS in a phone interview.

"I said this before the election, and I've been proven right: Donald Trump's entire candidacy and presidency has been one amazing piece of performance art. Andy Kaufman must be crying in heaven that he didn't think of it. I mean Trump's played everyone against everyone and not taken the blame for his dirty tricks, it's brilliant!"

Asked about looming impeachment for president Trump, Carrot Top said it all fits his performance art theory.

"Trump has to get impeached or something--because no one can sustain a performance of that intensity for four years, so it's all in the plan to resign or get impeached. He's already mapped out the blame for his impeachment in the things he's been saying: Obama had the FBI spy on him and then Democrats leaked the fake information to the dishonest media; Democrats made up the Russia/Trump links; and so on..."

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