President Trump Says He Will Be Filing a Personal Lawsuit Against China for Causing the Coronavirus

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 25 April 2020

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Melania says that the president is 73, but he is starting to look 83.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The man who has sued more people than anyone else in the entire nation, has just stated that his latest one is a doozy.

President Trump, the undisputed leader of the free world, has just remarked that he has instructed his lawsuit attorney to file a lawsuit against the Republic of China for initiating the C-19 flu virus.

The president said that he recently received a video that was shot in Shanghai, that clearly shows the supermarket Chinese checker who started it all.

The president’s attorney Segundo Juarez informed the mainstream media that the lawsuit asks $1.7 billion in behalf of Donald John Trump.

Juarez added that the president has told him that when the courts award him the $1.7 billion, he will immediately deposit the check into his account at Manhattan’s First Pilgrim Bank.

He will then write a check made out to the People of The United States in the amount of $3 million.

Juarez said that the president will, at that time, sit down with his chief assistant, Kellyanne Conway, his daughter, Ivanka, youngest son, Eric, and Donald Jr’s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and the five of them will decide how to disperse the $3 million among the American people.

Juarez also mentioned that the president is trying to figure out a way to legally provide some monetary funds to show his appreciation for his highly devoted MAGA base.

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

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