In a new development, Trump campaign computers have been hacked and WikiLeaks has begun releasing tweets between Trump and his campaign staff.
WikiLeaks CEO, Julian Assange, commented, “Many of the tweets are on the topic of Trump’s disbelief that people would take his candidacy seriously.”
Assange continued, “Here is the first of the long string of internal tweets.”
A spokesman for the Trump campaign told us that Donald was very upset that his Mexican insults didn’t work and that his poll numbers actually went up. “Trump was furious and demanded that we come up with something that was even more incendiary to minorities.”
On the campaign trail, Trump began to successfully implement this strategy and received the endorsement of numerous white supremacists, including David Duke, the former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan
Amazingly, Trump’s poll numbers continued to rise. An ex-staffer said, “Donald then became violent.”
The ex-staffer continued, “That gave me an idea, so I sent him this:”
The ex-staffer continued, “Incredibly, this gave Trump a 5 point bump in the polls and the next day I received this.”
Trump’s former Campaign Manager, Corey Lewandowski said that the first debate presented an opportunity to end this once and for all by making Trump look unfit for the Presidency. “I received a tweet from Donald outlining his strategy.”
Lewandowski continued, “This clearly had the opposite effect as Donald’s poll numbers sky-rocketed.”
When contacted, Julian Assange was asked if he found any Trump emails. Assange responded, “No. They are obviously not needed as Trump can explain all of his policy positions in less than 140 characters.”
Meanwhile, at a campaign event in Scranton, Trump was asked if he felt that, in order to help Hillary, the Mexicans were behind the leaks.
Trump responded, “Of course not. Everyone knows that Mexicans are not smart enough to use computers.”