About a year ago, after the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, Donald Trump proposed a complete ban on Muslims entering the United States. In a statement Trump read, he said the following:
“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”
When he was later asked how he would implement a Muslim registry so that immigration officials would be able to distinguish between Muslims and non-Muslims, Trump replied that “it would just be good management.”
Today the news spread that a billion of Yahoo user accounts were hacked in 2013. This massive breach is the largest ever data hack in history. This breach is also believed to be separate from the breach reported by Yahoo in September (which affected another 500 million Yahoo users).
Reacting to the latest reports about the massive hack of the 1 billion of Yahoo user accounts, Donald Trump today has proposed a complete ban on all the bad hackers entering internet. In a public announcement, he said:
“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of bad hackers entering internet until our country’s representatives can figure out who the hell is going on.”
When asked how his proposed ban will distinguish between ordinary internet users from all the bad hackers, Trump explained:
“Oh, it will be just good management. Just a basic, good management. We’ll hire the best people to get the job done. And it will be done. I have the best people in the world. Trust me. I’m very good at this.
I will fix all the Yahoo hacks. And I alone can fix them. I will make having Yahoo email account great again.”
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