George W. Endorses Kanye West (Part 2)

Funny story written by Charles Havers

Wednesday, 19 August 2020

This is a continuation of the piece in which former president, George W. Bush endorsed Kanye West for president. Last time, we asked W about Biden, and this time he’ll tell us why he’s not voting for Trump.

Q: "Trump has done many of the things that conservatives like, so why wouldn’t you support him for another term?"

W: "Well, for one thing, he’s a crazy mother. He’s divisive, and who knows what the hell he might do next? In other words, he scares me. I do feel sorry for the poor bastard, though."

Q: "You actually feel sorry for him?"

W: "Absolutely. Have you read his niece’s book?"

Q: "I have not."

W: "You ought to take a look at it. Trump is what you get when you have a sociopath for a father. Too bad his mom didn’t breast feed him. He might have turned out differently. I can’t wait to read the Cohen book, which is coming out next month."

Q: "You probably want to look at the part about the golden showers at a Vegas sex club."

W: "How’d you know?"

Q: "Just a guess. Anything else?"

W: "Have you noticed that every now and then, he seems genuinely puzzled that people dislike him?"

Q: "I have."

W: "Well, the narcissistic son of a bitch doesn’t get it. Trump thinks they hate him because of what he’s accomplished. Thinks their jealous, and that's crazy. People don’t hate him because of what he’s done. They hate him because he’s him."

Q: "Can you see any positives coming out of Trump being reelected?"

W: "Absolutely: If Biden wins, Trump could be re-elected in 2024. Hard to imagine, but it could happen. If Trump wins, he’s at least all done in January of 2025."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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