Politics U.S.
Trump Finally Googles 'What Is A Collusion'

WASHINGTON, D.C.—President Donald Trump has been denying for years now that he colluded with the Russians during the 2016 presidential election, and the Mueller report released Friday vindicated him. Reportedly, Trump has finally satiated his curiosity about what he was denying by putting “what is a collusion” into the Google search engine.

The search returned the words “cooperate in a secret or unlawful way in order to deceive or gain an advantage over others.” Aides say Trump nodded while reading the definition, asking them, “So it’s like being in cahoots?” Trump then agreed that he “probably didn’t do that.”

Aides say Trump then considered finally reading a Wikipedia article on obstruction of justice but instead decided he was bored now and turned on Fox and Friends.

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