Have you ever wondered what code would look like if it were dictated by a presidential candidate's grandiose statements rather than such radical concepts as accuracy and logic? No? Well, you're going to find out regardless. Rice University students Chris Brown and Sam Shadwell have created TrumpScript, a Python-based programming language that takes Donald Trump's philosophy a little too literally. For a start, it won't deal with either floating point numbers or any number smaller than 1 million -- America doesn't do anything halfway or deal with the small stuff, you see. It also won't allow users from China or Mexico (you can't even use import statements), insists on ending programs with "America is great" and refuses to admit to most of its failures.