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What should have been a straight-forward interim telemarketing job, has turned into a diplomatic nightmare; with accusations that Donald Trump had been cold-calling nations, with promises of cheaper car insurance. The White House has been accused of outsourcing the Presidency to a low budget contractor, which ironically is what Mr. Trump has planned for the economy.
Controversy surrounds Mr. Trump breaking protocol by heavy breathing on the phone to Taiwan, in the mistaken belief that he was speaking to ‘Miss Taiwan’. China has already complained that the President-elect got their ‘pizza order wrong’, keeps pestering them on how to build a wall and has gifted Tibet to a Sherpa called ‘Big Ron’.
His call-centre manager, Chuck, spoke of his frustration: ‘Instead of sticking to the agreed script, Donald would just ramble on about time-shares in Mexico, while encouraging callers to ‘grab their pussy’. He sold almost no stationary, so I had to fire him – then he just complained I was stealing his punch-line’.
Theresa May says the UK’s T.P.S. had filtered out his nuisance call, but Trump said he had simply contacted someone with a better credit-rating – such as Kerry Katona. A Trump spokeswoman explained: ‘Donald wasn’t sacked he just got tired of making random debt collection calls – instead he is looking forward to being President and receiving a few of these calls himself’.