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Mueller Meets Trump

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Mueller Meets Trump
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Special Information
Original Airdate: December 14, 2017
Length: 2:07
Channel: YouTube
Directed By: David Silverman


Mueller Meets Trump is a special short that was released on YouTube on December 14, 2017.

Synopsis[edit]

"Robert Mueller pays the President a little visit."


Plot[edit]

A limo pulls up by Robert Mueller, with Jeff Sessions inside. Mueller gets into the limo where Mueller tells Sessions he can't see the President. They then go to Trump Hotel to see Trump, entering through the back entrance.

In the hotel, Trump tells Mueller that he's not going to fire him. He then pulls a rope that releases $750 million from the ceiling, then brags about it being the biggest and best bribe. Mueller then starts to read Trump his rights, but Trump says "pardon me". When Mueller repeats himself, Trump says that he wasn't talking to Mueller, he was trying to pardon himself. When the bribe doesn't work, Trump tells Mueller that he could be a judge at the Miss Universe pageant. Mueller gets annoyed at Trump and walks out of the room. A maid then enters the room, still full of money, and Trump tells her that he didn't see any money, and he wasn't there, then leaves the room. The maid then removes her outfit, revealing her to actually be Carmen Yulín Cruz, mayor of San Juan. She then starts to suck up the money with a vacuum cleaner.

At the end of the short, a message comes onto the screen telling people to help Puerto Rico for real.

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