Ironically, germs recoil from Donald Trump
NEW HAVEN -- A Yale University scientist has discovered that germs are terrified of failed GOP presidential candidate and notorious germaphobe Donald Trump.
"It turns out, Trump's antipathy towards bacterial life is entirely reciprocated," said Professor Laurie Santos. "In the lab, germs abhorrence of all material containing Donald Trump's DNA is remarkable: living microbes seem to fear his essence as though it posed a danger to the universe."
Dr. Laurie Santos conducted experiments on Donald Trump's DNA by collecting hairs he shed during a trip to Chicago.
Interestingly, she said, his hairs are also "resistant to fire, scissors and hydrochloric acid."