|Trump's new TV show "Above the Law" is full of staffers and special guests|
Promising it to be better than classic old T.V. Westerns like Gun Smoke or even his teen favorite, Bonanza, Trump has been working on a new western themed reality show that puts him in the spotlight. "People want to see me." he tweeted. "They like me so much, they made me their President."
OFF THE WALL NEWS first learned of this undertaking when our embedded reporter talked directly to Trump while the two shared a restroom in the White House. This is her report.
Trump came into the restroom and immediately started practicing walking like John Wayne. "How do I look?" he asked. (Note: Our reporter is disguised as a male and undercover.) "I mean isn't this just how the Duke walked in True Grit?"
I quickly praised his swaggering walk. Trump used this as an opening to spill his guts.
"You know since I left the Celebrity Apprentice, the show has tanked and I get cards from all my fans begging me to come back to T.V. I figured since I'm now President and above the law, I could make a T.V. show about it and to make it fun, I'd make it a Western." Trump then pretended to draw an imaginary six-shooter and shoot himself in the mirror.
"Everyone on my staff said it would be fun, even Mitch McConnell said he'd be in it and play an old prospector. This is gonna be good. I mean really good. We're gonna have foreign dignitaries on the show and trick them into live on air shoot outs. I've even got Gary Busey for comic relief." He then turned to me and winked. "What until you see me and Putin ride off into the sunset at the end of the first show."
His phone rang and he was called away. I could hear him swearing under his breath as he left the restroom.
OFF THE WALL NEWS was able to obtain some footage of the pilot episode. a still of the opening scene, is shown above.