Washington D.C. –

President Trump announced today that the 2020 presidential election would have to be postponed until a later date until his son Eric is ready to take the reins as the president of the United States. “As much as I’d like the election to occur on time, I feel it is in the best interest of the American people to hold off until my son is ready to be the president,” Trump told reporters that had gathered at the White House rose garden. “I’ve got to say he’s come along quite well in understanding leadership, especially a position as luxurious as this, but I think it is in the best interest of this great and beautiful nation that we hold off on any elections until Eric is fully ready to take on more responsibility.”

When asked about who would lead the U.S. after the election date, Trump assured the nation that he would hold control indefinitely until he feels comfortable handing the job over to his son, who is 36 and already eligible for the presidency, and stated that at such time Donald Trump would take on a more advisory role. Trump followed this by saying, “I want to assure this nation that we have great leadership now, and will have great leadership into the future. We will not have to worry about Democrats or Antifa or any other terrorists usurping the throne and bringing down this country as they have been trying to do for some time now. They think they can destroy America by holding an election, but they have and will fail.”

By Zach Englund