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Saturday, 23 January 2016

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NEW YORK- Sources inside the Trump campaign have confirmed that Mr. Trump and former partial-term Alaska governor Sarah Palin have discussed her eventual appointment to the Supreme Court. Mr. Trump has apparently made the deal in exchange for Palin's endorsement of him to her conservative, freedom-loving, red-blooded American followers.

Mr. Trump has told campaign insiders that the Court needs "a decent looking broad who isn't Catholic or Jewish, for a change, and someone without a law background or even a decent education." Trump is confident that one or more of the Supreme Court justices will drop dead immediately upon his election.

In addition to her endorsement, Palin has promised to speak to her children once again about birth control, getting arrested for doing stupid stuff, and the need to refrain from the lure of reality TV.

Palin has also promised to learn more about what the Supreme Court does and how long they have to work before they quit to make more money elsewhere. Palin has commented privately that she admires "former Supreme Court member Judge Judy" and her multi-million dollar income as a TV judge.

Regarding Trump's potential cabinet appointments, sources confirmed last week the presence of Mitt Romney's famous "Binders of Women" at Trump's campaign headquarters. Skeptics believe that Mr. Trump has been secretly compiling his own "Binders of Eastern European Women Under the Age of 30" for appointments unrelated to his cabinet.

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