At an impromptu press conference at Mar-a-Lago today, President Trump announced he will be giving out the inaugural Fake Law Enforcement Agency (FLEA) award next week which he says will recognize the finest example of fake law enforcement by an agency or individual(s).
This is believed to be the first ceremony of its kind involving a sitting President trying to undermine a pillar of democracy since the Fake News Awards a few weeks ago, which were also dreamt up by the 45th President.
Trump also revealed the nominees for Best Fake Law Enforcement Agency or Individual(s) of 2018, which were chosen by himself and Hope Hicks:
Fox Mulder and Dana Scully
Federal Courts System
The FBI is said to be the heavy favorite, with Robert Mueller and the Federal Courts System also in with a healthy chance. Fox Mulder and Dana Scully could win if the FOX network demands it, while fictional deep-state organization B613 was is said to only have been nominated to round out the numbers.
In addition, a special Lifetime Achievement trophy will be given to former FBI director James Comey.
The 2018 FLEA Awards are set to air live on FOX News, with the exact time to be announced shortly.
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