Proof: Donald Trump is a Malfunctioning Cyborg

Funny story written by John P Slevin

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

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Donald Trump is not human.

Proof has emerged that the creature known as The Donald actually is a failed experiment by North Korean scientists to develop an army of cyborgs.

It all was part of a top secret North Korean plot to infiltrate and disrupt world financial markets.

Han Hung, a high level North Korean scientist now has defected and made the startling admission on a South Korean radio talk show.

"Trump, he no good. Machine never work good" said the dejected looking Hung. "We obey orders and try to make good cyborg to bring down imperialist financial markets. We fail."

The cyborg experiment was deemed a failure due to the inability to grow natural appearing hair on the machine. "Dear Leader didn't like cyborg hair, said hair no look real and don't fool anyone" explained the scientist. "Dear Leader order we put Trump experiment on raft and push it out to sea. How we know cyborg end up in Manhattan and run for president?"

Hung claimed that there was a back door built into the Trump cyborg software and that North Koreans still can gain access and influence what the defective machine says.

Hung claims North Korea is directly responsible for all of the Trump corporate bankruptcies and both Trump divorces. "Dear Leader didn't like look of Ivana and Marla, say they look ugly, just like Trump machine is ugly. Dear Leader has hots for Melania."

North Korean leaders are known world wide as extreme nationalists and bigots. Many analysts say this story explains the many otherwise stupid and offensive things Trump is known to say.

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

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