Trump launches new reality show to reclaim the White House

Trump's reality show

Former US president Donald Trump has announced his latest venture: a reality TV show called “The Apprentice: White House Edition”. The show, which will air on Trump’s own network, will feature 16 contestants competing for the chance to become Trump’s running mate in the 2024 presidential election.

Trump, who will host and executive produce the show, said that he decided to create it after being dissatisfied with the current administration and the Republican Party. “They are weak, they are losers, they are boring,” Trump said in a press conference. “I am the only one who can make America great again, and I need a strong partner who can help me do that. Someone who is smart, loyal, and has a lot of stamina. Someone who is not afraid to say ‘You’re fired!’ to anyone who stands in our way.”

The contestants, who were hand-picked by Trump himself, include former members of his administration, such as Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo, and Kayleigh McEnany; loyal supporters, such as Ted Cruz, Lindsey Graham, and Marjorie Taylor Greene; and some surprise guests, such as Kanye West, Kim Jong-un, and Vladimir Putin.

The show will consist of 15 episodes, each with a different challenge related to politics, diplomacy, or national security. The contestants will have to prove their skills and loyalty to Trump, while also sabotaging their rivals and avoiding being eliminated by Trump’s catchphrase: “You’re fired!”

The winner of the show will be announced in the season finale, which will coincide with Trump’s official announcement of his candidacy for the 2024 election. The winner will also receive a $1 million prize and a lifetime supply of Trump Steaks.

Trump said that he hopes that his show will inspire millions of Americans to vote for him and his partner in 2024. He also said that he expects his show to be a huge success and beat all the ratings records. “This is going to be the greatest show in the history of television,” Trump said. “Everyone will watch it. Everyone will love it. Everyone will say ‘Thank you, Mr. President.'”