A plan by China to flood the world with disinformation spread by Trump impersonators has been unearthed by Peace Corp volunteers. Beijing has been disturbed by Trump's attack on US/China trade and by his criticism of China's claim to own the Spratly islands. The infiltrators will be tasked with making statements that conflict with Trump's position. China expects that when it appears that the number one candidate is contradicting himself and telling lies, the Presidential race will be thrown into anarchy. The Chinese Premier got the idea after watching a pirated copy of Mission Impossible II, when he realized that Americans are totally incapable of distinguishing between Tom Cruise and somebody wearing a latex mask.
It is fairly easy to spot a Trump impersonator, because they talk nonsense. For example, on the subject of a possible US nuclear strike against North Korea they will start uttering gibberish like: “No, because China has total control over them, and we have total control over China, if we had people who knew what they were doing, and we don’t, we have no leadership in this country. We have China because of trade. They’re sucking our money out of us. They’re taking our money like candy from a baby. And China can come out and, frankly, they will say they don’t have that much control over North Korea, (but) they have total control. Because without China they wouldn’t be able to eat. So China has to get involved. The Chinese should solve that problem and we should put pressure on China to solve the problem. They can handle it so easily. Now they don’t say that…they’re taunting us, okay? They’re playing games with us. I do it all the time, that’s the way I deal in business. They’re playing games with us. China should solve that problem, and if they don’t solve that problem, we should be very tough on them with trade, meaning start charging them tax, or start cutting them off. You’d have China collapse in about two minutes. We have great power over China we just don’t know how to use it.” So nobody should be fooled, as it is impossible for a real presidential candidate to be so incoherent.