Trump taxes reveal endorsements from Domino’s, Oreos spurring liberal boycott

Updated: Sep 30, 2020

This Sunday the New York Times released an investigation of President Trump's tax returns. Perhaps the most interesting section of the report covers President Trump's revenue stream from endorsements. Notable endorsement include a $15 million deal with Serta mattresses, $500,000 to pitch Double Stuff Oreos, $500,000 for Domino's pizza, and $850,000 for laundry detergent.

The American populace is responding as expected.

"Cancel it. We need to cancel all of it," explains Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Speaker of the House. Dumpsters are overflowing with Serta mattresses, Oreos, Dominos pizzas, and laundry detergent. Others have resorted to fire. "We decided to make use of the forest fires and toss our mattresses into the flames," said one California state resident. Still others have gone the plumbing route. "Turns out laundry detergent works pretty well as drain cleaner," said Joe Biden, amused.

Trump fans on the right have reacted to the news differently. "I'll never eat anything other than Double Stuff Oreos and Domino's pizza for as long as I live," said one Trump fan. "I'm going to use laundry detergent for everything now," said Mitch McConnell, Republican Senate Majority Leader. "Clothes, dishes, windows, floors, etc. I've actually found it's a pretty good 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner."