"Hey Trump - Ever since states started opening again the number of COVID cases has increased. What's up with that?"
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WASHINGTON - Today President Trump signed the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill, which promised Americans "10% off their stay" at "select Trump hotels worldwide," among other provisions.
"This is a really, really great deal," Trump said at the signing ceremony. "I mean 10% off is nothing, nothing to sneeze at, considering that many, many folks don't have that much money these days" Trump added. "And I'm happy to do it. Rather the Trump Foundation is happy, extremely happy to do it. I don't get any part of that either, just doing my part."
The bill also contains other provisions, including direct payments to struggling families, and "other very, very important stuff" according to the President.
NEW YORK – In a hastily prepared press conference today, ABC Senior Meteorologist Rob Marciano told a sympathetic crowd of news reporters that he was “sick and tired” of “always having to report terrible weather… standing outside” when it would be trivially easy to “remain in the studio” while giving his weather forecast. “It’s pointless,” Marciano added.
The press conference – which took place on the front steps of ABC Studios on West 66th Street – featured a number of other reporters who, like, Marciano, stood “pointlessly” outside when “presenting news that could easily be done in-studio.”
NEW YORK – Today stocks soared as Washington decided to dump $850 billion into stabilizing the economy, and perhaps even distribute checks for a few hundred dollars to taxpayers, who funded the bailout.
Brad Worthington III, Chief Investment Officer at Phineas-Finch-Marlowe Investments called the move “awesome.” “Finally the politicians are waking up to how to avert another 1929 here,” said Worthington. “Without immediate stimulus, I don’t think we could make it another week.”
Worthington, who made $29.5 million in salary and bonuses last year, further called the move, “really, really awesome.”
PUNXSUTAWNEY – Mere weeks after predicting that "Russia would directly interfere in the 2020 presidential elections to re-elect Donald Trump," the world's most famous marmot prognosticator Punxsutawney Phil was unceremoniously fired by President Trump via tweet, calling the rodent a "rat."
The prediction was an unusual break in Phil's prognostications, which, since 1886, have usually been about how many more weeks of winter there would be. This year, however, Phil ventured directly into presidential politics and Russian election interference.
"Even without my enormous predictive powers, it is obvious that Russia will, once again, interfere in the upcoming election in favor of your president," Phil said on February 2nd, through ceremonial handler Russ Rustin. "It's incredibly obvious."
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