President Trump Has Decided to Rename Air Force One

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 5 April 2020

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After logging over 62 trillion miles since 1953, Air Force One will be getting a name change.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The president’s chief counsel, Kellyanne Conway, has just informed the White House media about a decision that POTUS has just made.

Conway informed the press that the president has decided that, after 67½ years of the presidential plane being known as Air Force One, it is time for a change.

Trump met with Kellyanne, his two sons, his daughter, and the first lady, and each submitted their choice for the name to replace the name Air Force One.

Conway said that Don Jr., and Eric’s choices were immediately rejected by their dad.

Eric was really upset that his daddy did not pick his choice The Trump Planey. Junior suggested Kimberly One, in honor of his buxom girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle.

The first lady’s suggestion was Be Best One. Kellyanne whispered in the president’s ear that his wife’s choice really sucked.

Trump whispered back to her that he totally agreed, and the two did a safe elbow bump, and giggled like two BFFs.

Kellyanne’s choice was King Donald the First, and the president’s oldest daughter, Ivanka, suggested The White House Barbie, in honor of her daddy's favorite child.

Trump jumped up, and said, “Okay, ladies and gentlemen, please hold your calls - we’ve got a winner.”

And, with that, he grabbed Ivanka, and gave her a big hug and a big kiss on her Adam’s apple region.

POTUS gleamed with fatherly joy, as he said, “So, it’s settled. The new name of my perfect plane will be White House Barbie One.

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

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