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Jun 01st
Home Sections Humor & Satire A Partial Book Review of Maggie Haberman's Coming Best Seller.
A Partial Book Review of Maggie Haberman's Coming Best Seller. PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Friday, 11 February 2022 11:28

Ms. Haberman's new book alleges that while President Trump was in office, White-House staffers regularly discovered wads of printed paper clogging the POTUS toilet bowl.

But is there truth to the rumor that then-President Trump flushed pieces of top-secret paper and documents to hide his secrets? Readers may find the answers in her forthcoming book, "Confidence Man."

Maggie Haberman perhaps may include the reported rumors in this satire in a sequel to her new book, "Confidence Man." Like ...
* Is there truth to another rumor that then-POTUS Trump was actually a very-frugal man and that he "recycled" presidential papers and top-secret and classified documents to minimize government-purchases of toiletries?

* Is there also truth to the other rumor that top Russian diplomats that visited then-President Trump were allowed to use the POTUS toilet? And of course, they had to use the recycled toilet top-secret papers for their personal hygiene?

* Is there truth also to the next rumor that soon the Trump business organization will manufacture new toiletry products? That the top (pun intended) of the line will be a toilet paper with this trademark, "Trump's Toilet-Of-the President (TOP) SECRET Paper"? It comes reportedly with the face of the former president printed on the toilet paper, so that Trump critics and detractors, especially Democrats, will of course buy a lot of it. Why? Because every time the buyers use it, they will have a feeling of smearing his face with their waste. Yes, a very-clever marketing strategy.

* And finally, is there truth also to the rumor that Ms. Haberman's book sequel will be called "The Fart of the Deal"?

-- "TODAY's TRUMP SATIRE" was published first in the Coconut News Network Facebook Group:

Last Updated on Friday, 11 February 2022 11:35

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Benjamin Franklin said in 1817: In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. But never in his wildest dream did he realize that by 2010, death would be synonymous with taxes~Bobby M. Reyes