What If Donald Trump Becomes The U.S. President? Just Imagine!

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Year: 2016, Month: November, Scenario: Donald Trump elected as the U.S. President for the upcoming term.

There is a sudden utter silence and grief in the entire world. A country that once boasted of its first black president status is now under the authoritative management of the ‘American’ hotelier cum businessman cum television personality cum politician, and a lot more yet to be added which is actually funny…turned President, Donald Trump.

America is rejoicing with the spirit of zeal and exhilaration on the prospect of turning out to be the biggest loser in the coming years.

Woah! Make America Great Again is trending on Twitter and something else in America. The energy amongst the people is really infectious just like his pretentious sexist jokes and that racist knack for publicity.

A one of a kind Presidential nominee with his billions saving him from the need of raising money and a pinch of wit with oodles of charm added to blindfold the population of America to his terms with this historical day.

Now the question arises, what’s next?

The answer is pretty simple; now a country will be run similarly as a company. Because at the end of the day that is what our dearest President is an expert at. All hail democracy! The notion that to run a country one needs to have some experience, expertise, knowledge, wit, presence of mind, etc, has lost all its relevance because talking senseless, using publicity stints, and telling people that how to punch off the teeth is all that you need to be one.

Apologising, compromising, and sorting matters meeting on some common grounds will no longer be an option to resolve the issues and find a solution. Anybody and everybody who misbehaves, out rules, and misconducts, according to Mr. President will be expatriated from the country as our beloved President does not resort and support to Obama-Clinton’s mending tactics.

The so-called ‘terror’ countries won’t have an access to the United States of America as all the people there are terrorists and thus, a threat to Mr. President. The ban on Muslims, ban on Humanity is the central idea he will be proud of preaching and plans to promote with great pride.

And then, there is his son, Donald Trump Junior who will keep tweeting the utter rubbish turning a cold shoulder towards humanity on this and that issue while a few burning issues will never be bothering like Syria issue, because life doesn’t matter, what matters is racism, because that made his dad, the President of the U.S.

A country, the entire world looks upon is soon on its way to losing its grip on the situation; applauds and cheering are all its citizens can do on their respective ends.

Long live racism! Long live sexism! Long live misogynism! Another set of “praiseworthy” ideals of our beloved Mr. Donald Trump. Especially, a big round of applause for all the women who earlier raised their voices for gender equality have now supported him throughout the election campaign. You girls yourself flopped your illusionary bubbles!

“I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” Now, what more you can expect to hear from such an idle person! And mind you, this is just for the starters because the journey has just begun.

From “The beauty of me is that I’m very rich” to “I will build a great wall – and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me – and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.”

From “My fingers are long and beautiful, as it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body” to “My IQ is one of the highest — and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure; it’s not your fault.”

Long live Mr. President, Long live Diplomacy, Long live America.

R.I.P. the tenure of the bygone U.S. Presidents, R.I.P. the prevailing world peace, R.I.P. economic stability.

Dear Americans, so now you, all, just ponder the grave consequences on the verge of transforming this imagination into a reality when according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Donald Trump becoming the US president poses a greater risk to the global economy than an armed conflict in the South China Sea. Well, watch out (with no pun intended).


Disclaimer: This is a satirical piece of fiction to reflect a viewpoint on the subject.
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Payal Johri

Words that best describe me: insane, fun-loving, ambitious, wanderer, a believer. Nothing can stop me from achieving what I want, and optimism and a perfect cup of coffee is what keeps me going, in the long run. I am a chirpy, affectionate, extrovert girl with a knack for writing, and firmly believe in making a difference through my words. Read, write, sleep, repeat, is the only mantra that I ceremoniously like to follow.

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