Kim Jung-Un Revokes Trump’s “McMuttleys” Dog Burger Franchise Rights

Funny story written by Dr. Billingsgate

Monday, 11 March 2019

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BILLINGSGATE POST: Kim Jung-Un, in response to hearing that after their meeting in Vietnam, President Trump joked about Kim Jung’s diminutive stature, countered the President by restarting his ICBM program and revoking the Trump McMuttleys dog burger franchise in Pyongyang.

In an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity, Trump told Hannity that the Hermit Kingdom dictator was suing Hanoi for building their sidewalks too close to his ass.

This was not the first presidential controversy involving dogs and Korea. During a White House visit by then South Korea President Park Geun-hye with President Obama four years ago, it was suspected that Bo, the Obama family dog, had been dog napped by the Korean President. However, this was much ado about nothing as Bo, a Portuguese Water Dog, was found in the Lincoln Bedroom with a coterie that included Kim Kardashian, Quasimodo, George Clooney, the Ayatollah Khomeini, the Papal Nuncio, the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Lindsey Lohan and the Mayor of Cairo; plus the supernumeraries who held their robes.

It was earlier reported in the BILLINGSGATE POST that McMuttleys, instead of a Golden Arch, would feature a dog lifting his leg on a fire hydrant. The “Big Mutt” sandwich was to include two layers of dog meat smothered with kimchee on a sesame roll slathered with a special Russian dressing favored by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Trump was at Mar-a-Lago playing golf this weekend and was not available for comment regarding this story.

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

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