Trump Asked The Guggenheim For A Van Gogh, But They Offered Him Something MUCH More Appropriate

The Trumps decided that despite worldwide hatred for everything they stand for, it was a good idea to ask the Guggenheim Museum to loan them a Van Gogh painting to hang in the couple’s White House private living quarters.

Unfortunately for Trump, the museum said ‘America First.’

The museum curator, Nancy Spector, said the museum could not accommodate Trump’s request for Van Gogh’s 1888 work, “Landscape With Snow,” and instead offered Trump another painting that was nothing like it or something that is, perhaps, more appropriate — a fully-functional and well-used 18-karat gold toilet titled “America.”

For a year, the Guggenheim placed the piece in a public restroom on the fifth floor for visitors to use. Spector says that the toilet was available “should the President and First Lady have any interest in installing it in the White House.”

Spector, who is not fond of Trump, tells the Washington Post the artist “would like to offer it to the White House for a long-term loan.”

“It is, of course, extremely valuable and somewhat fragile, but we would provide all the instructions for its installation and care,” she adds.

This offer is particularly hilarious because while The Donald is known for collecting gold-plated fixtures, he is also a notorious germaphobe who is unlikely to accept anything that has been previously used — especially by “more than one hundred thousand people” who “waited patiently in line for the opportunity to commune with art and with nature.”

Will Trump accept the offer, or does he hate “America?”

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