Trump Won’t Peacefully Commit to Sharing Pudding with Monkey

by Charlie, James, Oliver, Shaylem, Zoe and Alex

In the Grand Dining Room of the White House Thursday, President Donald Trump had a meeting with his good friend, Monkey. The President and Monkey were having a heated discussion about the new monkey preserve set to be unveiled in early November in Prospect Park, New York. The discussion went well and the monkey preserve was on the path to actuality. Trump even promised portraits of each of his children to adorn the walls of the monkey preserve with genuine autographs by offspring, not fake ones at all.

President’s Puddin’

They had a delicious order of McDonalds McNuggets with a side of steamed potatoes for lunch. The conversation turned to the release of all monkeys in zoos around New York and from Trump’s golf courses. Monkey was very pleased with this idea and everything seemed to be going just fine.

Suddenly, Donald Trump’s Top Chef Gleatsman Baguette brought out the Executive Rice Pudding, the Big Man’s favorite. Donald Trump downed his entire cup in a single bite. When Monkey moved to eat his, the Big T exclaimed, “You gonna eat that?”

Monkey replied, “Yes, it’s mine.”

Trump’s face swelled in anger. He began to pound the table and cried, “No! No! No! No! I want it! I want it! I want it!”

Monkey retorted, “But sharing is caring, Mr. President.”

To which the President replied, “We’re going to have to see what happens. You know that I’ve been complaining very strongly about sharing, and the rice pudding sharing is a disaster.”

Due to this unpleasant interaction that the President and Monkey had, there will be no monkey preserve any more. In the words of Donald Trump, “There will be no monkey preserve.” Monkeys citywide were upset and were needed to be fed extra. But we can assure you, none of them received rice pudding.