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Sunday, 1 May 2011

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Which style would you prefer "The Donald" to wear next?

President Bacack Obama, sick and tired of the recent birth certificate debacle, has decided to get even with Donald Trump. At a recent fund raising dinner, he demanded that the billionaire show the world his toupee receipts.

"I showed everyone my birth certificate. Now it is his turn to put his money where his mouth is. America wants to know: Donald Trump, just how much did you spend on those horrible wigs? How bald are you? How much money would you expect the American taxpayer to fork out to pay for your hairpieces if you were elected President? Enquiring minds want to know."

From his seat on the Trump Recliner in the Trump Room of the Trump Suite on the Trump Floor of the Trump Tower on Trump Boulevard in Trump Estates in Trumpville, Donald Trump was not amused by the President's request. "My toupee receipts? He is implying that I have a toupee? No, he's implying that I have more than one toupee if he wants to see the receipts!"

At this point, the Donald begin to get rather upset. He attempted to fire the cameraman, the sound man, this reporter, a kid in the elevator, and Barack Obama. No one, however, reacted in the way he wanted when being told "you're fired!" In fact, the kid in the elevator asked him to say it again into his cell phone, so that he could share it with his family and friends.

Investigations into the issue revealed that Donald Trump's toupees are not really standard hair pieces at all. His wigs are actually old Tribbles from the classic Star Trek series. An embarrased billionaire finally admitted that "if they are good enough for William Shatner to wear on his head to cover his baldness, they are good enough for me."

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