Written by b kenneth mcgee

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Donald Trump appearing on The View last week mocked the Cleveland Indians saying that he had investigated them thoroughly after their amazing start this year and found they were actually NY Yankees players in disguise.

When challenged by Whoopie Goldberg, he said "I've spent a lot of money on this, believe me the entire thing is a fraud. These people in Cleveland have seen the movie, Field of Dreams too many times! They think Jacobs Field is Kevin Costner's back yard!"

Goldberg made a gesture as if to put her finger down her throat and walked off the set. The citizens of Cleveland are furious.

At a game over the weekend with the Yankees, the owners of the Indians gave out ten thousand Trump look-a-like hair pieces to fans and twenty thousand Whoopee Cushions.

A faux Trump walked to the pitchers mound to throw out the first pitch, the fans jeered, booed, and simultaneously sat on their "Trump-ets" whoopee cushions.

The sound emanating from the stadium could be heard all the way to Coventry Road in Cleveland Heights and citizens of Cleveland's near West Side thinking it was a tsunami warning ran for higher ground.

In related news, the Cleveland Browns are in secret negotiations with the Green Bay Packers. The subject of the talks has not been made public.

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