Little White Houses Raining Down On Donald Trump

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Monday, 28 December 2020

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"It's raining, it's pouring, the old man is snoring..."

It isn’t just from liberal states like California and New York, but little white houses are being sent to Donald Trump from around the world. Even from what Trump once referred to as shit-hole nations.

Origami folded white houses in envelopes, matchstick houses painted white, ice cream stick houses painted white, random photographs of white houses, inflatable balloon houses, the movement has become a silent tsunami of white houses mailed directly to Trump, ever since he announced that he would not concede.

A room full of stacked white houses waited for Trump when he arrived at Mar-a-Lago for his Christmas break, which followed his D.C. fall break, after his summer break.

Always with messages attached, some cruel, but not cruel enough to alert the Secret Service or send in the FBI. Though both agencies were made aware of the little white house avalanche, the Trump administration was attempting to keep undercover and out of the headlines.

The miniature cake with vanilla cream cheese frosting, shaped into The White House with a Truman balcony and drawbridge, was kept by the Secret Service to evaluate whether it was edible. It was eventually found to be entirely edible when finished by the Secret Service.

It was rumored to have been baked by the White House pastry chef.

The messages attached to these houses are all similar: “Here’s your own little White House to keep. Happy? Go, play!”

The staff is attempting to keep the little white house invasion away from Trump.

“He’ll just go ballistic!”

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