There was consternation today at the White House, when it was revealed that Buckingham Palace is not listed on Trivago.
Wotsit Madeyernameup, a spokesman for the White House said:'It is quite shocking really. There I was looking for a place for President Trump to stay in when the visited the UK, and Buckingham Palace is not even listed on Trivago. You would have thought that a place that size, with only The Queen and Prince Philip knocking about in it would be clamouring for guests. It would make a killing as a charming little Bed and Breakfast, but it is not even on Airbmb. I will be making my concerns heard really loudly, let me tell you that for nothing'.
Surprisngly, Donald Trump had no opinion to offer on the subject.