When 13-year old Teresa Ackley tripped over a textbook on October 17, the media was in an uproar; their target, President Donald Trump.
TV show host, Donna Slade made a comment on the incident.
"This is all Trump's Fault. Had he been denied the Presidency, none of this would have happened."
After being rushed to the emergency room, it was determined that young Ackley would make it out alive, but would stay overnight due to a bruise on her pinkie toe.
"It's such a tragedy," said Ackley's mother, Hilda Ackley. "This is what happens when we elect a businessman as president. Innocent children get seriously hurt."
In light of recent events, Social Media has become a hailstorm of criticism for the President.
Senator Dinson Flake, tweeted the President. "Terrorism, nuclear warheads, and now this, because of Trump, a girl was put in grave danger when she tripped on a textbook. #Prezfail," said Dinson.
Even the blogs are blowing up with accusations.
"This is outrageous," said blogger Gonslop Gasueloff. "Trump messes everything up. Such a poor, poor, little girl."
The textbook in question is currently being examined for links to Trump, and authorities are on the case.
"I think there's definitely some connection here. Girls don't just trip over textbooks. It must have been Trump," said FBI agent, Randall Schwarzenegger.
Ackley's school has put an anti-textbook movement in place, to prevent any future casualties.
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