After Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ announcement that she was stepping down as Donald Trump’s Press Secretary, the American President has moved quickly to announce her replacement - socialite and reality television star Kim Kardashian-West.
“I’ve been a fan of Kim’s since I saw her in a low-budget film with Ray-J a few years ago,” said Trump in a statement scrawled in crayon on White House letterhead.
“She really showcased her assets for that important project - I’ve got a position or two for her that I think she’ll fit.”
In a statement of her own, Kardashian-West said she was looking forward to working with the White House to the betterment of all Americans.
With her ever-developing background as a law student, Kardashian-West said she was hoping to develop positive race relations in the USA.
“I have a mixed-race family at home, and now I have an employer who’s the shade of pumpkin soup. If I cannot solve America’s deep-seated race issues, no-one can.”
Although it had yet to be confirmed, Washington insiders report that Kardashian-West’s husband Kanye was eyeing up a position as Donald Trump’s social media manager and hype man.