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We here at The Daily What LOOOVE a good conspiracy theory.

Today's fun features oft-hated political commentator, hero of the working class, and millionaire, Michael Moore, theorizing that the Donald was never an actual candidate for President, but was annoyed he wasn't being paid enough by NBC officials for his hit NBS TV shows, "The Apprentice" and "The Celebrity Apprentice," so he ran for office as a stunt to get better ratings and demand a higher paycheck.

According to Moore, Trump "cannot and WILL NOT suffer through being officially and legally declared a loser—LOSER!—on the night of November 8."

Moore continues that Trump "would rather invite the Clintons and the Obamas to his next wedding than have that scarlet letter L branded on his forehead seconds after the last polls have closed on that night."

So what do you think? Think Trump's in it for the money? Rumor has it he may drop out soon, so maybe he thinks he's got a giant TV paycheck coming?

money history president Harriet Tubman Will Replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill
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Originally, the plan was to replace Alexander Hamilton on the ten dollar bill but fans of Hamilton (presumably the man and the musical) protested due to his influence on creating the modern American economy. 

Instead, she will replace Andrew Jackson on the 20 dollar bill although he will probably still be featured on the back. 

No Go of The Day: Joe Biden Announces He Will Not Run For President
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Crazy Uncle Joe is out.

After months of speculation and drama, the Vice President has decided to sit out this next election and let the Bernie/Hillary match-up continue.

Biden made the announcement that he would not seek the presidency today outside the White House.

A lot of people were wrong about Biden's potential candidacy. The Washington Post even published a story accidentally that said he would run.

But if anyone knows Crazy Uncle Joe, they know that he likes to keep us guessing. And he likes to give us some dank memes.

Never change, Crazy Uncle Joe.

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Presidential candidate Martin O'Malley and singer Taylor Swift are alike in a lot of ways.

They are both in the public eye, they both play the guitar and they both have a deep hatred for a frenemy.

For Taylor, this is Katy Perry, and for O'Malley this is frontrunner Hillary Clinton.

So it was no surprise that he would choose Swift's hate ballad 'Bad Blood' to dedicate to his opponent.

O'Malley is polling at around 1 percent, so this probably won't move the needle too much.

But Hillary is definitely still out of the squad.

Snapchat of the Day: Malia Obama Spotted Playing Beer Pong at Brown University
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BREAKING NEWS: College kids like to play beer pong.

A Snapchat image gathered by The Daily Caller appears to show President Obama's oldest daughter, Malia, playing a game of beer pong.

The high school senior was reportedly attending a frat party at Brown University as part of her college touring process.

But Malia might want to reconsider choosing Brown. The students there appear to be a bunch of snitches that have absolutely no chill.

It has been noted on social media that everyone should calm down about Malia playing a game of beer pong.

Bush twins, anyone?

Kanye West told Vanity Fair that he's seriously thinking of a 2020 presidential run.
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In an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair, Kanye West turned the 'Kanye for President in 2020' light hearted joke that was going around a few weeks ago into something shockingly close to earnestness.

It's a really long-winded diatribe in which he circles around the questions of a possible presidential run, switching topics and lines of thought like a cake-addled pedagogue.

Still, the interview makes it super clear that it's a possibility for Yeezy.

Question: "Are you still thinking of running in 2020?"

Answer: "Oh, definitely."

Here's some of what Kanye had to say:

When I run for president, I'd prefer not to run against someone. I would be like "I want to work with you." As soon as I heard [Ben] Carson speak, I tried for three weeks to get on the phone with him. I was like this is the most brilliant guy. And I think all the people running right now have something that each of the others needs. But the idea of this separation and this gladiator battle takes away from the main focus that the world needs help and the world needs all the people in a position of power or influence to come together.

He talked about when he first mentioned the prospect at last month's Video Music Awards:

And then as soon as I said that, it was like, "Wait a second, we would really be into that, because actually if you think about it, he's extremely thoughtful. Every time he's ever gotten in trouble, he was really jumping in front of a bullet for someone else. He's probably the most honest celebrity that we have." I didn't approach that because I thought it would be fun. It wasn't like, Oh, let's go rent some jet skis in Hawaii. No, the exact opposite. I sit in clubs and I'm like, Wow, I've got five years before I go and run for office and I've got a lot of research to do, I've got a lot of growing up to do. My dad has two masters degrees. My mom has a PhD, she used to work at Operation PUSH. Somehow the more and more creative I get, the closer and closer I get to who I was as a child. When I was a child, I was holding my mom's hand at Operation PUSH. I think it's time.

He discussed whether he would have to give up his design and his music if the American people voted him in office:

think about that. Because it's so therapeutic for me to sit and work for seven days. We work on the collection year-round, every day to the office, we have an amazing team, but then you have that seven days before the show where you just really, really don't sleep. . . . I have to stay creative. The whole point is to have someone [in office] that's creative, that's around amazing creatives. This is my theory: I think the world can be helped through design, so it's very important that I stay around creative, forward thinkers. It's very important that I continue to design, to be in practice of trying to make the best decisions possible. I hate politics. I'm not a politician at all. I care about the truth and I just care about human beings. I just want everyone to win, that's all I can say, and I think we can. . . .

Good luck, Ye.

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Donald Trump has stolen a lot of the limelight in this early race for the presidency.

Between recent nonsense like giving out Lindsey Graham's cell phone number and his social media presence, it's been like the proverbial car wreck where you try to hide your eyes but can't look away.

Wouldn't you like to take it just one step further and know what it feels like to be the Donald himself? Sure you would.

That's why the good people at Funny or Die have created a board game that incredibly reflects what it must feel like to walk in Trump's shoes and feel that perfect hair blowing in the breeze.

Forget virtual reality, this promises a truly immersive experience.

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