Dark clouds replace Steve Bannon as WH chief strategist

The new clouds received "thunderous" applause.

Edited photo of dark clouds in D.C.: Tim Evanson. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/

Ominous clouds moved over the White House Thursday, removing any suspicions that Trump would be hiring a more reasoned chief strategist this go around.

“These clouds have a troubling history of boisterous violence,” the ACLU said in a statement. “Just last Thursday, these clouds were responsible for a severe thunderstorm that forced thousands of Oklahomans into hiding.”

Donald Trump praised his new White House Chief Strategist, saying the new clouds were the opposite of his hair.

“These are the darkest, thickest clouds you can imagine,” Trump said. “Best of all, they’re the real thing.”


Come press time, Trump could no longer find his clouds. According to the National Weather Service, the clouds had left Washington, D.C. and were reeking havoc somewhere on Cape Cod.


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