I spy

When he was a youngster, Donald Trump found a junior spy decoder ring in his cereal. From that day forward, he vowed to become a spy when he grew up. The FBI and the CIA would not have him because of his low test scores and his bone spurs. Finally, he found a home in the KGB of the former Soviet Union. Through the twists and turns of history, he stayed on and now is employed by the FSB of the Russian Federation. His handler is Vladimir Putin who learned his craft recruiting spies in the former East Germany.

Trump must go

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