WASHINGTON, D.C. – A few weeks into the presidency, the White House is already getting a new makeover. The previous color seemed too pale, too sickly, and President Trump has decided to retouch the historic building with a beachy, carrot-like glow.
“We figured because the White House was only getting whiter on the inside, it needed a facelift on the outside,” the presidential landscaper commented, wielding a drone-sized airbrush.
The Trump presidency has been flying convention out the window since day one, and liberal media outlets are quick to point out that the expensive re-color may cost taxpayers significant coin.
“This whole spray tan thing is just a distraction from the Trump administration’s severe disregard for human rights and freedom of press,” a small voice yelled from the distance, barely registered.