The taking down of President Donald Trump – a fantasy

17 Mar

NEW YORK August 17 2017

An estimated nine thousand American refugees crossed the border into Mexico yesterday as fighting continued between Trumpist forces and the Russian-led International Coalition for Stability that ousted President Trump in early June. The Red Cross has declared a major emergency as the total number of refugees in Mexico and Canada has passed the seven million mark.

A statement from the Coalition appointed interim President, Hilary Clinton, called on Trumpist rebels to ‘lay down their arms for the sake of stability, peace and democracy’. Speaking from the Green Zone in Manhattan, she said that she welcomed the continued support of the International Coalition for Stability.

Fighting continued in Trumpist strongholds, with the coalition flying multiple air sorties against Trumpist militias who operate 4x4s with heavy machine guns bolted on the back. They also have access to sophisticated heavy weaponry looted from US military barracks. The mass sacking of US military personnel following the invasion by the International Coalition also led to millions of weapons flowing into militia hands.

The Clinton-led interim government has been in intensive talks with the International Coalition for the past three days on a democratic transition. The Coalition is thought to only want to hold an election if it can guarantee that Clinton can win. With Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and other Trump allies now held at Guantanamo Bay, there are few opponents left to stand against Clinton. An International Coalition spokesperson said that ‘We want what is best for the American people and are working closely with them to deliver security, stability and industrial amounts of sugar-based drinks’.

The whereabouts of former President Trump remain unknown. Russian, British and French special forces have been using Human Terrain Systems and advanced DNA tracking techniques to try and locate the ousted leader. Some reports say that he was last seen at a sprawling ranch in Idaho. Others say that he has been leading Trumpist forces at the front line despite his incredibly small fingers that are thought to be unsuited to frontline duties.

Car bombs continue to take their toll of civilians lives. Bombs in Baltimore, Atlantic City, and Chicago are thought to have killed up to thirty-six people yesterday. A spike in kidnappings has also been reported as the International Coalition struggle to re-establish law and order. Coalition forces have been prioritizing quick impact projects and Provincial Reconstruction Teams in an attempt win over popular support. An opinion poll for the Russia Today news channel noted that 109 per cent of voters would vote for interim President Clinton if an election were to be held tomorrow.


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