President Donald J. Trump arrives at the chamber flanked by two flashy women, like any President should, and moves up to the podium. Jealous guests imagine what could have been had they not had a circuit breaker meltdown during a critical moment of their debate.
The President looks out at the combined audience of the Senate and the House of Representatives, the Supreme Court, and other guests.
He notices that, of those invited in the balconies above, most of them are going to protest him in random outbursts during his speech. Some of them are already silently waiving signs about.
Trump looks down, he sees the two small stacks of papers in front of him. He notices the air is hot from all the people packed into one room.
Off in the distance, he sees Melania who notices him looking at her. She gives him a single nod, as if she was giving him her blessing to continue.
His teleprompters turn on.
President Trump talks about his first year in office.
He discusses the withdrawal of the United States from the TPP, the Paris Climate Accords, and the ongoing negotiations over NAFTA between Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
He touches on his reshaping of the judiciary, his elevation of Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and makes sure to mention he’s now one of the most conservative members of the court… to the muffled jeers of the Democrats in the balcony.
As he gets to Obamacare, he pauses briefly, his only failure of 2017. Trump looks at the audience and reminds them that the mandate is now repealed, thanks to the massive tax cutting bill that was just passed.
At the 45 minute mark, some odd noises are heard by some around the room. A few of the people present inside the room mention hearing it on Twitter.
President Donald Trump’s teleprompters go dark as if they are experiencing a failure. The President finishes his point on working with the Senate and the House and immediately stops speaking.
President Trump looks down, picks up a four page document… and starts to read it aloud. Everyone gasps that the President is about to read THE MEMO on national television for the entire country to hear. Social media and the internet goes supernova.
The President starts to read.
The Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been fired, along with Rosenstein and nearly all of the upper eschelon of the Department of Justice.
The FBI has been shuttered until further notice for conspiracy and treason, under orders from the new Acting Attorney General Rachel Brand.
The President announces that Acting Attorney General Rachel Brand has ended Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation due to unethical behavior and a new Special Counsel has been appointed to investigate government corruption by the Obama administration.
Trump stops reading.
He puts the pages face down. He then picks up the other set of pages. Everyone realizes that was only the warmup. This is the memo. He starts reading as the audience panics, as the memo lists names of people implicated in the actions leading to the wiretapping of the President, many of whom are sitting in the very room.
The feed cuts out as the President gets to John McCain, who is shown in Arizona being arrested for being a traitor to the United States and being part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government.
The feed comes back, the Democrats are yelling for their illegal alien protesters to stop the President, but they are of no help. Little did they know that ICE agents had been stationed throughout the building and proceed to arrest them en mass. The illegal aliens try to flee, but the doors have been locked.
Nancy Pelosi is shown muttering to herself in the corner. Chuck Schumer is in a fetal position on the floor, realizing that he is about to be arrested as he is part of the same conspiracy network as John McCain.
As the President finishes the final page, America is stunned and aghast at the corruption present throughout the government.
Beyoncé then pops up through a secret contraption in the floor, singing the national anthem.
Massive ratings are enjoyed by everyone.
10/10 – would vote Donald Trump for President again