President Obama to Visit Dreamworks Studio

Funny story written by Devin Rich

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

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President Obama is wrapping up his three-day West Coast tour by making a pitch to Dreamworks Studios. While the movie-making giant, known for Blockbuster hits such as "Kung Fu Panda," "Dinner for Schmucks," and "Tropic Thunder," welcomes President Obama to their headquarters, they aren't too pleased with why.

"I loved the movie Lincoln; I just think it's time to see a movie about me," said Obama, when asked why he would be making the trip to Dreamworks.

President Obama's poll numbers have been suffering since the botched role out of his signature policy, Obamacare. To add to this conundrum, scandal after scandal have plagued the President's short-lived second-term. "Jay Carney has been doing his best. It's time for Dreamworks to do theirs," stated Obama in a candid interview with reporters, Monday night.

"When I heard Obama wanted us to do a movie about him, I was shocked--I mean, he knows our bread and butter is fictional characters like Shrek, right?" said a low-level representative from Dreamworks.

We were unable to get in contact with any high-ranking officials from Dreamworks, but they did release this message to the press in regard to the issue:

"Dreamworks will not be making a movie about President Obama anytime soon; rather, we are waiting to see just how badly the President's second term will be. Until we are able to do gauge the outcome of any potential movie, any production of said movie will be on hold. We need to witness the facts of President Obama's term before we can start working on any fictitious narratives to take it's place."

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

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