President explains lack of concern about government shutdown

WASHINGTON (Rooters agency) – “The shutdown doesn’t bother me bigly,” President Ronald Dump said today in an exclusive interview with Pox News.

It could go on for years, even until 2021,” the President said.

President Dump explained that he thought the closure of many government departments “mostly hurts Democrats.”

Asked for examples, he said, “If there’s no money from the government, how can we have elections in 2020?”

When the interviewer pointed out that elections for federal offices are actually conducted by the states, the President replied, “That’s probably fake news. But anyway, if there’s no appropriation for the Electoral College, it can’t meet to elect a new President.”

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