Trump fires ethics

Early Thursday afternoon, President Trump decided ethics was no longer welcome inside the West Wing. Ethics, a bipartisan senior advisor of several previous administrations, entered the political arena as a toddler in 605 BCE in its home town of Ancient Greece. Since then, ethics has on occasion been forced to take "leaves of absence" for various periods of time, but has never been full-on fired. While exiting the White House, ethics was overheard discussing its relationship with Trump over the years, saying, "We never really understood one another."