President Trump In Office Through At Least 2056?

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Wednesday, 17 July 2019

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"Make America Great Again And Again And Again."

President Trump will still be in office when freshman representative Ocasio-Cortez is set to retire. Nearly half a century of President Trump? How is this possible?

President Trump has a knack of playing poker with others who are playing go fish. He has plans in mind, and is setting up a precise effort that would place his offspring in the White House for decades to come. Here is the lineup he is working with.

President Ivanka Trump - Vice President Jared Kushner

President Trump's daughter and her husband can legally hold both offices as long as they are registered in different states. This is a minor technicality that can be easily resolved.

President Donald J. Trump Jr.

The current president's namesake will use Ivanka as Chief of Staff and Kushner as Secretary of State.

President Eric Trump - Vice President Tiffany Trump

Tiffany is Trump's only child conceived from his marriage with Marla Maples. Tiff has never had any political ambitions but thinks the 2nd in command position looks "totally rad and easy".

President Barron Trump

Only a teenager now, there is plenty of time to get him groomed for the job of Commander-In-Chief.

Some will compare this plan to some type of a British royalty takeover of the country and cry foul. President Trump calls that nonsense. "The royals in Britain aren't really running the country. They have a Prime Minister and Parliament, this is totally different."

He added, "We are going to make America great again and again and again."

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

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