Following comments by the real estate mogul and - *cringe* - presidential candidate Donald Trump yesterday, the Museum of Assholery announced that they would be constructing a new "Donald J. Trump Hall". This decision stems from Trump's remarks regarding distinguished Senator John McCain, who was captured and tortured while serving in Vietnam. The Museum, located in - where else? - Newark, New Jersey, said that while the hall is still being designed, it would aim to provide "A complete perspective on the monster that is Donald Trump". What is known already is that, when completed, the Hall will be "The finest, classiest, most luxurious hall of any hall ever built!" Preliminary plans call for a two-story hall three hundred by one hundred meters, although designers have said that packing all of Trump's achievements into such a size hall would be a "challenge", and featuring Trump's recent remarks about McCain above the main entrance. "[John McCain]'s not a war hero," the sign will read in four meter tall gold-embossed letters. "He's a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren't captured."

The Museum's director, Arnold A. Griffith, said in a press release that Trump himself would be paying all costs for the exhibit. "We just gave him the paperwork and told him that we wanted to build a hall honoring his life and legacy, and he went crazy. He started drooling and hyperventilating, and signed everything we put in front of him, even the business card we gave him as we were leaving." As an afterthought, Griffith added, "I think I saw him unzipping his pants as I was walking out the door."

Once the hall is completed, which is scheduled for sometime in 2016, Trump will join notables such as Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Harry Ried, el Chapo, John Edwards, Oliver North, Dick Cheney, and many others in the museum. The Museum of Assholery is open from 9 AM to 5 PM on weekdays, and from 8 AM to 7 PM on saturdays.