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People Are A Bit Paranoid About Donald Trump's Secret Door

Mark McGowan

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People Are A Bit Paranoid About Donald Trump's Secret Door

He's back, yet again, making the headlines.

In all honesty, it is becoming a bit boring, the constant flooding of the new president of the US across the internet, but that's expected. He's going to be in headlines for the next four years, so we may as well get used to it.

Luckily, there are many funny sides to Trump's constant viral rants and notions, which can momentarily distract you from the ridiculousness he's forcing upon an entire nation.

Recently, when British Prime Minister Theresa May visited Trump at the white house, people were quick to comment on the awkwardness of the meeting. First, the pair held hands, making May look like the naughty kid on a school trip who had to hold hands at the front with a teacher so they were under constant surveillance. Now, people have noticed a Trump's 'secret door'.

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Given Trump's track record, you'd be forgiven for thinking that his 'secret door' is a reference to something ridiculous, like an new orifice he's created for... *shudders*... things.

People were rather scared of the door, thinking that possibly, walking through it, would throw you into a dark room where, on the ceiling, a huge hologram of The Don is projected, softly whispering sweet nothings in your ear.

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However, as much as that seems plausible, the 'secret door' has been there for a long time.

As you've probably worked out by now, it's just a cut through that makes access to other areas in the house easier. It's embedded into the wall just so it doesn't ruin the look.

"The Oval Office has two major doors, three windows and two more window/doors and the two concealed doors," David J Gill, an architect, said. "There was simply a lot going on and including two more elaborate doors would have spoiled the clarity of the design."

If it was a secret door, there is a lot of things he could get up to behind there.

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Hosting Presidential Raves, for example.

It wouldn't be so insane to suggest that he'd hold the band Smash Mouth ransom behind there, making them sing 'All Star' anytime he wants because it gives him that 'funny feeling'.

Anyway, he's not quite at the stage of having a secret dungeon room, so no need to panic.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Donald Trump

Mark McGowan
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