Obama Releases New Memoir About Time He Caught COVID Yesterday

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Former President Obama has released his 12th memoir, this time telling the harrowing-yet-hopeful tale of the time he got COVID yesterday. 

"Obama calls us with ideas for new memoirs about himself a couple of times per week now," said a representative for the publisher Penguin Random House. "Apparently he's been sitting on this manuscript for months, waiting for the time he would finally catch COVID. We are pleased to bring these previously missing weeks from Obama's life to the waiting world." 

The new book, entitled Hope in Times of Covid, has already received a rave review from the New York Times, who was sitting on the rave review for months, waiting for the time Obama would finally release another memoir.

"Obama's latest memoir is a masterwork of literature," said the review. "Future generations will look back on this book—not only as the greatest literary accomplishment of the age—but as one of the greatest creations wrought by man in all of human history."

So far the book has sold twelve copies, which the publisher worries may not cover Obama's book advance of 12 million dollars.


The left, celebrities, and athletes will take money from China, but they sure don't like talking about China. Tap your foot to the hit song parody of "We Don't Talk About Bruno"!

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