Secretary of Russia

The world now knows that Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States, has been also confirmed as Secretary of Russia at a ceremony held Monday, July 16 2018 by the current Russian president Vladimir Putin. Although the Kremlin had its doubt since his nomination on January 20, 2017 – the same day Mr. Trump took the oath of oval office in Washington – Mr. Trump has surpassed any expectation Kremlin had. It was therefore easy for the Russian president to publicly re-affirm his trust on the great work Mr. Trump has been doing on behalf of Russia. During the ceremony, Russians who were kept in the dark about the new Secretary erupted in joy; the streets were filled with crowds cheering and celebrating the good news, the surprised announcement that the US president is now firmly in Russia’s corner. The new Secretary, Donald Trump leaves no doubt he is willing to go miles beyond requirement to achieve the Russian President’s objectives. “Russia couldn’t have a better Secretary”, said Mr. Putin in an interview accorded to a local media shortly after the ceremony. “We are now more or less confident that Russia can easily glide into the world stage with little to no difficulty”, added Mr. Putin.

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