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Trumpocalypse Now - The Great American Road Trip

Mike Gagnon

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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In a dystopian near-future, American civilization has been decimated by a mysterious nuclear attack, and rumour runs wild that there will soon be another strike, to finish them off. Enter Barack Obama, determined to save America over any obstacle, even if that means that he has to recruit the only person who may have a chance of negotiating a peace treaty, Donald Trump!

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