Donald Trump: "I Hate All People Equally"

Funny story written by Jean Le Fete

Saturday, 18 July 2015

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Donald Trump in his teenage years

Donald Trump today managed to offend all remaining members of the population in a broad far reaching speech with virtually no redeeming qualities.

"I hate you and you and you and you and you and you and you and you and you....(heavy breathing)and you and you and you and John McCain, Johnny Debt, Skooby Doo, All Spoof Writers, The Spoof Editors, The Republican Party, Iowan's, New Hampshirians, All religions, all countries and all people of all ethiicities. Let's just get it out there, I treat you all equally and I hate every last one of you. Thank you and I hope you vote for me."

Trump then stormed off of the stage and climbed into a waiting Lamborghini and sped off, running over an empty baby carriage in the process.

Other candidates responded as they normally do to Donald Trump's escapades. In fact each Republican candidate now have specific answers and just say the number of their answer, which Reporter can look up on an App.

So for instance if Rick Perry says, "Number 3" what he really said is, "I'm wearing glasses to look smarter, and talking very seriously so you'll know I'm a very serious person, even though my frequent gafs say to you "he's an idiot".

Jeb Bush issued answer number 97 "I really wish Batman and Robin would take care of this clown. He's really making me angry and wishing the caped crusaders would get with it and take him OUT!!

Other candidates are still working on their answers and were fearful of giving candid off the cuff answers for fear of sounding stupid.

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

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