Satirical News Writers Struggle to Create Exaggerated Headlines Concerning Donald Trump

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Friday, 7 August 2015

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Hollywood, CA and Planet Zorbion- A group of satirical news writers have expressed utter frustration in coming up with hyperbole-filled headlines and stories concerning Donald Trump.

A 20-year veteran of the field, Mark Wadink, complained, "Any time we come up with something we consider is totally out there, he [Donald Trump] says or does the similar or exact thing we wrote!"

Wadink continued, "People are starting to think we're actual, serious, journalists!"

Another popular satirical writer, Nina Kaplan, recounts a similar story, she adds, "My last drawn out story was about how Donald Trump deeply insulted a woman, and then BAM! a story in the Washington Post came out saying exactly that!"

Kaplan explained her shock when learning there was significant buzz for her receiving the Pulitzer and potentially a Peabody.

A spokesman for the Trump organization, Brian Wheeler, responded by saying, "Mr. Trump has no ill-will towards satirical writers of any kind, however, he is not concerned with giving them an easy path the get laughs."

He elaborated on Mr. Trump's belief in the American ideals of hard work, and reiterated that he [Trump] would continue providing the challenge to comic writers to exaggerate the absurdity of his behavior.

The Funny Ass News Nincompoops Yearly (FANNY), a consortium of people that create comic news stories have organized and plan to stage a protest in at the Trump organization headquarters. The exact means by which they plan to protest has not been disclosed, however they intimated, it may or may not have something to do with their fannys.

The followed up that declaration with, "See how un-creative that was? Our name is FANNY and we just made a joke about fannys, It's gotten that bad."

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