The Trump administration has been mired in controversy even  before taking office. In addition to pushback from ethics watchdogs who disclaim Trump is doing enough to insulate himself from conflicts of interest, an unverified brief has been made public suggesting Trump has potential ties to Russia.

Trump supporters, however, have largely ignored the report and seem willing to trust the PEOTUS without needing further verification. The trend is exacerbated among Millennials who have begun showing their unwavering support by urinating on Trump campaign materials.

“Yep, I piss for Trump,” said John Burl, and unemployed auto mechanic from Michigan. “I read that report and was like, shit. Who cares what the man does in his bedroom, as long as it’s with 10 beautiful women? Am I right?” 

Burl started a club with some of his friends after reading the unsubstantiated memo and tried to think of ways to tell the President-elect that they were still  his supporters. The “Pee for T” campaign quickly came together and has snowballed across the country. It has gained considerable support on college campuses.

“I got on board with Pee for T right away,” explained college junior Miles Sobowski. “I want Trump to know I care about his policies, not his personal life. So whenever I see a Trump sign in a yard or Trump bumper sticker on a car I take the time to stop and give it the old one-gun salut.” Sobowski continued, “Why just the other day a professor of mine came to class wearing a Trump button on his sweater and I immediately jumped up on his desk, whipped it out and let loose all over his chest. We all had a good laugh.”

This new wave of support for Trump is continuing to swell across the country. Trump himself, however, had not commented on the trend.

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