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Danny Zuker sent Donald Trump
Michael Wolff's new book as a gift
by Nathan'ette Burdine: January 5, 2018

Modern Family Executive Producer Danny Zuker was in the giving mood yesterday.

He got up sometime between 7PM-8PM Eastern Time, logged on to his computer, clicked on his internet browser, and then headed over to the Amazon website where he bought Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House for none other than the 45th president of the United States.

Zuker tweeted out his purchase, which he is sending to Donald Trump’s Mar- a-Lago estate in Florida.

And I understand why Zuker is sending it to Florida. The folks over at the White House are pretty strict about what gets to the president.

Now, I’m not saying that Zuker will send Trump something bad. Oh hell, I walked right into that one. Didn’t I?! Oh well, Wolff’s book isn’t the type of bad I’m thinking about.

The type of bad I’m thinking about is something like the “pee pee tape” or McDonald’s sending Trump a letter telling him he’s not allowed to eat their cheeseburgers any more.

Those two things will definitely lead to the White House doctors rushing over, trying to stop Trump from having a heart attack.

Trump can take looking at Wolff’s book, but he won’t be able to take that “pee pee tape” or not being able to have his daily cheeseburger from McDonald’s.

Come to think of it, Zuker did buy the book from Trump’s arch nemesis, Jeff Bezos, company.

Bezos owns Amazon and the Washington Post which Trump has nicknamed “fake news” along with CNN and the New York Times.

Plus, Trump spent his time last week tweet shaming the U.S. Postal Service for what he believes is them not trying to compete with Amazon.

So, sending Wolff’s book to Trump might not have been a good idea. Just looking at the box and seeing that it came from Bezos’ Amazon may lead to Trump getting so mad that he burst a vessel in his veins.

Yep, looking at that box and that book is definitely going to send Trump’s blood pressure sky high.

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