The White House. Exclusive to The Spoof. After vigorously denying, in numerous tweets, the New York Times claim that the FBI investigated President Donald Trump as a possible Russian agent who acted on behalf of Russian oligarchs, the president today conceded that the charge was true. "Yes," he admitted in a tweet, " I took orders from Moscow."
The astonishing confession that followed left little doubt regarding the validity of The Times story.
Trump explained that prior to the infamous meeting with Vladimir Putin at Helsinki, he had received two specific orders on successive days from Putin, who was still in Moscow, and that he had complied with the former KGB spy's orders. "Since Putin could not easily do this for himself, I was ordered to have an aide bring two Big Macs and a chocolate shake from the Helsinki McDonalds to our private meeting. I obeyed."