Donald Trump has denied trying to hide a warship which is after named after one of his fiercest critics.
News agencies claim the White House asked for the USSS John S McCain to be obscured during Mr Trump’s trip to Japan. Senator McCain, who died in August last year, regularly spoke out against Mr Trump and his policies.
The president has stressed he was not involved in any request involving the warship.
However he hasn’t denied reports that under his leadership the US constitution, which sets out fundamental laws and the rights of citizens, has been rapidly vanishing.
“Why does everyone try to make that sound like a bad thing,” asked a clearly frustrated Mr Trump. “There’s a special word for people who insist on playing by the rules all the time – losers.
“There’s only one law we need in America, everything I do and say is brilliant. Anyone who disagrees with me is probably crooked, lives in a swamp that needs draining, and should be locked up.”
The US constitution isn’t the only thing which has been disappearing in America. Right across the land, iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty have mysteriously vanished.
However Mr Trump has moved to reassure people that there is no need to worry.
“They’ve simply been taken in for an upgrade,” he soothed. “It’s part of a plan to ensure my beauty is available for future generations to admire and marvel at.
“Let’s be honest places like the Statue of Liberty – or Trump Tower 2 as it will now be known – are currently kinda boring. Images of my beautiful face will be carved into these landmarks in a combination of marble and gold to brighten them up.”
Commenting on the president’s plans, American political pundit Ted Cooper said: “No-one should be surprised by this, Donald Trump is well known for taking liberties.”