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Thursday, 17 March 2016

The press corps following Donald Trump was shocked this morning as Trump left his hotel in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He was accompanied by a group of twelve men wearing orange shirts with black arm bands that read TRUMP TROOPERS! A small bolt of lightning was depicted on the arm bands.

A journalist shouted out to Trump, "Mr. Trump, what's with the Storm Troopers?" He was immediately struck in the throat by a trooper with a night stick and fell to the ground.

Trump looked at the frightened group of reporters and said, "Next question?" No one spoke.

Later in the day the campaign issued a statement saying that candidate Trump had dismissed his Secret Service detail, they were government spies and he would, going forth, supply at his own expense the personal security he required. He further stated Orange Shirts would be organized in all the fifty states. The statement concluded, "This new organization will be the new guardian of our liberties from now on and will continue throughout President Trump's life term in office."

In breaking news, an inside source at the Trump campaign has confirmed that the Orange Shirts have organized a nation wide campaign that on election eve in November will conduct what is being called "Chalupa Nacht." According to the source, on that night the windows in all of the Mexican restaurants in the US will be smashed and broken.

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