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One particular business magnate and philanthropist has spoken of his support for President Trump imposing a 25% tariff on squeaky-clean superheroes. On Twitter Mr. Trump welcomed the endorsement of a megalomaniac: ‘as it takes one to know one’.
Rumours persist that farmers in Kansas have been smuggling illegal immigrants from Kal-El, in order to rig High School football matches. While your average ‘Man of Steel’ can work two jobs, making it harder for US citizens to compete – and will invariably monopolize the few remaining telephone boxes.
Metropolis is now awash with superheroes, undermining the hard work of home-grown villains. A spokeswoman for LexCorp said: ‘Cheap imported comic book characters have an unfair trading advantage, with their freezing breath and x-ray vision. They come from alien planets, with their capes billowing, making it very hard for legitimate entrepreneurs to manufacture doomsday devices’.
Despite editorials at the Daily Planet strongly criticising President Trump, many in the military industrial complex support the tariff – particularly General Zod. Yet ironically, Mr. Luthor has also spoken of the need for cut-price imports of Kryptonian, alongside a reduction in the availability of man-sized pairs of tights.