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Obama Turns Heel At Inauguration; Hits Biden With A Pedigree
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In a shocking turn of events, beloved outgoing President Barack Obama turned heel today at the inauguration. He hit long-time friend and ally Vice-President Joe Biden with his Pedigree finisher before grabbing a mic.

The outgoing POTUS told the crowd to “stick it” and said “he was sick of trying to impress the fans.” Obama said, “All you people do is make me sick. Well, suck it, America.”

His next move shocked the nation. Obama swiftly put on a red Make America Great Again hat, and dropped the mic. He then raised the hand of the PEOTUS, the nefarious Donald J. Trump.

Biden has already demanded a cage match at the grandest stage of them all — Wrestlemania. Ralph Nader has agreed to be the special referee for the event.

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