February 15, 2017
Note to readers: This is the latest entry in Super Baby DonDon’s diary. The series imagines that President Donald Trump has the emotional make-up of a five-year-old and confides his deepest thoughts—such as they are—to Andrew Feinberg, and to readers, every day. In his private moments, he always thinks of himself as Super Baby DonDon.
So many of you out there are rushin’ to judgment about why we tossed aside Mikhail Flynnskikorsakov like an empty bottle of Stoli. Relax, folks. It’s simple. We didn’t fire him for lying. We fired him for lying badly.
Even though many of my top advisers, including Reince Priebusovsky and Stepan Bannonov, were for canning General Flynnskikorsakov earlier, I refused. I did so because I am loyal to a fault—my only fault—and because I enjoyed seeing Flynnskikorsakov suffer.
Later today, Sean Spiceronikov and Kellyanne Conwayabitch will provide more details about our decision to send Flynnskikorsakov to Siberia. But I want you to know one thing: despite many, many press reports saying my people had contacts with Russian leaders and Russian intelligence officials during the campaign, we say this didn’t happen. Pavel Manafortitudinov assures me of this and we will continue to say nyet, nyet, nyet.
The Russians have no influence on the Super Baby DonDon presidency, although I do appreciate the new “intern,” Maria Slutskaya, that Vlad Putin sent over.
Andrew Feinberg is the author of Four Score and Seven (https://www.amazon.com/Four-Score-Seven-Andrew-Feinberg/dp/0692664009), a novel that imagines that Abe Lincoln comes back to life for two weeks during the 2016 campaign and encounters a candidate who, some say, resembles Donald Trump. He also writes an anti-Trump humor page at www.babydondon.com or https://www.facebook.com/MeBabyDonDon.
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