I don't usually share ideas while I'm still writing, but I'm done with the rough draft and revising. I already pitched George and he loved it.
So, it might help as an example of types of stories we can write.
I just wrote a flash fiction of Trump in the White House called: "A White House Carol".
Trump is visited by Lincoln's ghost on Christmas Eve.
So, I did a parody of "A Christmas Carol" using Trump's infamous favorite phrases, and gave a nice, twist ending typical in Flash Fiction. It portrays him as a presidential Scrooge. Now, I would figure supporters might be ok, because he is a bit grumpy like Scrooge.
It was A LOT of fun, especially writing what Lincoln said. So, I kind felt it is in the spirit of Cartoon Trump like on the Stephen Colbert show. At least, that's how I pictured him as I was writing. He does have a cartoon-like caricature that will continue into his Presidency. It's happened with EVERY president. If we write with that kind of spirit and satire, we should be fine.