April 1, 2016
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(MIZtv) According to multiple sources close to the Donald Trump presidential campaign, the former host of The Apprentice is in talks with “at least two major networks and one big name cable channel” to air a reality program documenting the GOP frontrunner’s bid for the presidency.
Trump, who has been filming his experience since he announced his candidacy in June of 2015, is expecting the ratings to be some of the highest ever on television. Because of this estimation, he is said to be holding out for an outrageous sum of money for the rights to the footage.
“The ratings will be unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Which ever network ends up showing this thing is gonna get a pay day and Trump expects the same” said “telling it like it is” enthusiast Angelina Gonzalez Martinez of Bismarck, North Dakota.
Although the docudrama will reportedly not air until after the November elections, the show has already aptly been titled “Climbing the Wall: Trump’s Emigration to the White House.”
Social media has been aflutter since the rumors leaked online Friday morning.
One Twitter user said:
“#DADDY TAPIN HISTRY!!! BIGGIST RATNGS EVR F*CK THA LOOSERs! $4$ “
Another Twitter user just Tweeted pics of their reaction:
— Timothy McVader (@McVader) March 5, 2016
Happy April Fools’ Day.
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