In what some political analysts are calling the biggest upset for the future of the Democratic party, politician and forerunner of the 2056 presidential bid, Aria Macomb, has delivered controversy by means of a bowel movement. The 18-month-old toddler was seen at the White House Correspondents Dinner, shaking hands, kissing babies, and then – without warning – dropping a large load into her diaper.
Many call it the most embarrassing thing to happen to a presidential candidate while on the road to the White House. “You only have so much time to make a good impression on the American people. Ms. Macomb is already late to the game, being two and a half,” said Danielle Clavin, Macomb’s political advisor. Clavin, who just turned six last month, was blind-sided by the poopy diaper scandal. “I’m getting too old for this, I figured I had one more good presidential run in me, it’s going to be hard to stand alongside Ms. Macomb after this. We’ll just have to see how it all plays out.”
When asked for comment, Ms. Macomb seemed embarrassed when she told this reporter, “Goo-baa baa gwop gaa.” She finished her comments by blowing three bubbles and grabbing my finger, trying to suck on it.