Washington, D.C. - Inside sources tell us that a Trump campaign intern is expected to spend the next few weeks quietly destroying over 300,000 "Trump 2021" posters after Americans failed to support moving the election from November 3.
The anonymous source said, "That poor kid is going to be there for a month. There are rooms and rooms filled with those posters."
The posters were proactively printed earlier this week, just days before President Trump suggested via Twitter that the U.S. postpone the election to a later date to avoid fraud by mail-in ballot.
After several prominent GOP congress members spoke out against the move, the decision was made to begin the process of shredding the collateral.
"We thought it was a great idea, but obviously Americans didn't bite," said the source.
The unidentified intern was reportedly overheard telling his girlfriend on the phone, "Hey babe. Listen, You're probably not going to see me for the next couple of months. I can't tell you why, but know it's for a very good cause."
The Trump campaign declined to comment.
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