A cartoon book that purports to “reveal the story behind Mr Trump’s rise to power” has mysteriously vanished from Amazon amid rumours that hidden amongst its pages are vital clues to the ongoing investigation into the Donald.J.Trump presidential campaign.

The book, Mr Trump Goes to Washington, by self-proclaimed “Investigative SatiristMichael Mayor was available on Amazon a week ago, before Special Investigator, Robert Mueller, began issuing his first indictments of Trump campaign staff as part of his investigation of supposed ‘collusion’ with Russia during the 2016 election.

“It was selling well,” said the so-called ‘author’ Mr Mayor “then suddenly it was removed from Amazon without any warning” he went on.

Mr Trump Goes to Washington – a so-called ‘Book’ by Michael Mayor

Speculation in publishing circles, a notorious vipers nest of left-wing spies and enemies of the people, hints that the book has been removed from sale to prevent the hidden secrets from becoming common knowledge before any impeachment proceedings begin, however, The Trump has obtained alternative speculation from sources close to the alt-right that in fact, it is the pages that refer to Crooked Hillary Clinton that are the target of the ban. If true, this is another significant intervention by the mainstream media to protect Hillary Clinton.

A spokesman for the White House refused to comment on the book, on the record, but The Trump has it on good authority that Mr Trump has not, yet, read the book, but is looking forward to seeing it now that he know’s it potentially is evidence to prove the guilt of Hillary Clinton.

Robert Mueller – out to get Trump?

The 2017 Special Counsel investigation is an ongoing investigation in the United States led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel, initially to explore any coordination between Donald Trump‘s 2016 presidential campaign and the Russian government as part of the Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections and related matters. In August 2017, Mueller’s investigation reportedly expanded to include several lobbying firms, including the Podesta Group. Mueller has assembled a team of attorneys to conduct the investigation.

On October 30, 2017, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business partner Rick Gates surrendered to the FBI after being charged in the investigation. On the same day, it was revealed that on October 5, former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos pled guilty to making false statements to FBI agents in relation to contacts he had with agents of the Russian government while working for the Trump campaign in 2016.