20 Dec 2015

GOP Candidate Launches A Hilarious ‘Trump-Putin 2016’ Parody Site

Trump is great at making enemies and haters, and that even goes for the people within his own party. Known for rubbing his fellow Republican presidential candidates the wrong way, Trump’s GOP rivals are fed up and striking back in creative ways.
Republican candidate John Kasich, whose campaign was responsible for the several amazing anti-Trump videos that were released on YouTube, just revealed a satire site that promotes a fictional “Trump-Putin 2016” campaign, with the ever-appropriate slogan “make tyranny great again.” The site was accompanied by a news release, in which the Kasich campaign wrote:
“In a bold and visionary move characteristic of everything he does, today terrific billionaire Donald Trump named Russian President Vladimir Putin as his running mate in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.”
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The website, called trump-putin2016.com, was launched just days after Vladimir Putin shamelessly stroked the ego of the GOP frontrunner on Thursday, when he called Trump “a very bright and talented person and the absolute leader of the presidential race.”
The feelings were mutual, as Trump responded, “It is always a great honor to be so nicely complimented by a man so highly respected within his own country and beyond.”
And the bromance didn’t stop there. On Friday, Trump went on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to bash Obama and kiss Putin’s a** even more by telling host Joe Scarborough, “at least [Putin’s] a leader, unlike what we have in this country.”
If you visit the Trump-Putin website, you’ll discover a fake news segment stating that Trump “announced his running mate: Russian president Vladimir Putin” and that “the decision would be illegal and unconstitutional, but not unexpected.”
The site also says the Trump-Putin ticket is “a merger of two great powers” and that supporters should ignore “the constitutional problems of our candidacy.”
You can watch the hilarious clip below:
The website claims, “This campaign will be terrific! Huge!” and makes clever references such as Putin killing journalists who don’t agree with him, and points to recent issues between Trump’s campaign and the press. Members of the media are warned to “sign up at your own risk.”
When a donation is made to the site, it gets redirected to Kasich for America, with a disclaimer at the bottom of the website warning “by signing up, you are waiving all constitutional rights, civil liberties, notions of privacy and subjecting yourself to a steady stream of hugely outrageous comments.”


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