From EAG News:
EVANSTON, Wis. – A college composition instructor is cashing in on Donald Trump’s run for president with a cartoon parody of The Donald as principal of an elementary school titled “Trump for Principal: A Children’s Book for American Grown-ups.”
Cabaret singer turned National Louis University teacher Beth Schaefer recently released a 40-page book on Trump that skewers the Republican presidential frontrunner by playing off unpopular quotes and transposing a leftist view of his proposed policies on a school setting, the Washington Examiner reports.
The book is written from the perspective of second-grade student Jewel, who at one point gets into it with Principal Trump over her “free meal ticket.”
“Donald Trump is elected grade school president,” the book’s description on Lulu.com reads. “From the weasel who is his hair to his chocolate milk martini, from the school nurse on his lap to the crowning of Mr. America: See what chaos ensues! Hilarious cartoons on every page! FULL COLOR. Perfect holiday gift for an election year. Appropriate for all ages … mostly.”
The Examiner reports the book plays off many of Trump’s policy proposals, including his vow to deport the country’s 11 million illegal immigrants if elected, and notes in once scene Jewel’s Hispanic classmates begin to vanish.
“Something peculiar is happening in Room 110. Juanita and Gabriela and Jose stopped showing up,” Shaefer wrote.
From the Examiner:
As the book goes on, “Principal Trump” rejects Jewel’s “free lunch ticket” — a jab at Trump’s criticism of the nation’s food stamp…