A game of wits where you pick the ending of the Trump presidency.
It can be played in bars, around the dinner table, as a bed time story for politically savvy toddlers, and even when deciding which hair product to buy: WWTD?
The rules are simple: one player (“The Dealer”) offers a premise. The other players answer What Would Trump Do in that situation. The winner of the round is the person with the best answer.
Examples To Get Your “What Would Trump Do?” Game Rolling:
Premise: the Director of the FBI requests more funding for the Trump Campaign / Russian Tampering investigation. What Would Trump Do?
Winning answer: Fire him, but tell no one. Send personal body guard – made famous by punching someone during the campaign – to deliver the termination letter to the FBI…. even though James Comey is 3000 miles away in LA. Shortly thereafter, tell 15 different versions of the story to confuse the hell out of the press. Have Spitting Spicer hide behind a bush, and answer scattered questions the dark because he demanded all lights on cameras be turned off… cue media frenzy.
Premise: Most people in the world think Trump and his administration are puppets of Russia and are totally clueless about it. What Would Trump Do?
Winning Answer: invite the Russian ambassador into the Oval Office and arrange it so the only photographer allowed into the room is a person who works for the propaganda arm of the Russian Government… and then tell them highly classified information like a drug braggart… cue Putin wearing a hockey uniform – giggling.
Premise: Lester Holt asks, “Did you ask the Director of the FBI if you were under investigation?” What Would Trump Do?
Winning answer: Being a boastful idiot with a “great brain” and an uncontrollable need to pronounce “being in charge” – say yes. Multiple times… cue obstruction of justice inquiries.