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Is Donald Trump the Hamburglar?

President Donald Trump welcomed members of the championship-winning Clemson football team to the White House for a celebratory dinner.  However, the kitchen staff that would typically cook up world class meals for the athletes are furloughed, so the president had to scrounge around desperately for food to serve. What he found, apparently, were mountains of hamburgers from various fast food restaurants. Hamburgers he claims he paid for. But did he actually pay for them? 

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The morning after the president's candelabra-lit burger reception, he tweeted he had served the student-athletes "over 1000 hamberders." Beyond the obvious typo—which could be a result of a small typing mishap or an obvious occupational hazard from having only four fingers and wearing thick red gloves—many citizens pointed out there were far fewer than 1000 hamburgers on that table. 

The president's initial estimate of 300 makes far more sense. So where did the 1000 number come from? What happened to the other 700 hamburgers? 

Could it be they were... stolen?

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Donald Trump was a well-known public figure for decades before he became president. He has friends and acquaintances and family members and business associates. There is no way he could be living a double life as a notorious meat thief. No there's just no way. Right?

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