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Wednesday, 17 August 2016

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After an extensive analysis of Donald Trump's birth certificate, passport, and the results of a rigorous medical examination, the US Department of the Bloody Obvious have declared that Donald Trump is not the fascist despot Adolf Hitler.

The most compelling piece of evidence is the fact that Donald Trump was born in 1946, more than a year after the Nazi Party's dictator shot himself in a concrete bunker beneath the Reichstag.

Chief scientists involved in the study have confirmed that death for the Fuhrer would have been both instantaneous and permanent. In short, he was absolutely 100% dead at the time of Donald Trump's birth.

Of course it is possible that Hitler missed his own head from point blank range and somehow escaped to New York and was able to infiltrate a maternity ward and disguise himself as a new-born infant. However, as the Fuhrer was 5 feet and 8 inches tall, it is almost impossible that Mr. and Mrs. Trump wouldn't notice that their alleged 'baby' was in fact the ruthless supreme leader of the Third Reich.

Dr. Howles, the man who headed up the project, announced the results of the study to a shocked crowd during at DNC, who were apparently under the impression that a 117 year old fascist dictator was running for the US Presidency while disguised as a businessman cum gameshow host.

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