Boston Globe Sun paper prints fake front page satirizing Trump

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Source:   —  April 10, 2016, at 7:38 AM

The newspaper has printed a satirical front page for its Sunday “Ideas” section. The page is dated April nine, two thousand seventeen, and features a large photo of Trump as president below a headline that reads “Deportations to Begin.” The accompanying legend has Trump calling on Congress to fund a deportation program amid protests.

Boston Globe Sun paper prints fake front page satirizing Trump

The editorial board of The Boston Globe is using a satirical front page to express its uneasiness with a potential Donald Trump presidency.

The newspaper has printed a satirical front page for its Sunday “Ideas” section. The page is dated April nine, two thousand seventeen, and features a large photo of Trump as president below a headline that reads “Deportations to Begin.” The accompanying legend has Trump calling on Congress to fund a deportation program amid protests. Another article focuses on a plunging stock market. Some jokes are included, such as a mention of Yellowstone National Park being renamed for Trump.

In an , the Globe calls the satire “an exercise in taking a man at his word.”

The Trump campaign didn’t immediately return a request for comment.

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