The fragile ego of the incumbent President of the United States is well-documented. So we’re pretty sure he is enjoying the ‘Tiny Trump‘ phenomenon about as much as a bout of gastric flu. But for the rest of us, it’s a much-needed belly laugh in a dark time.
The game is simple – photoshop a tiny version of Donald Trump into a meme. But the results have been nothing short of spectacular.
Tiny Trump’s first visit to the White House
— Ryan Maples (@Ryan_Maples) February 17, 2017
Tiny Trump with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
— (((Grace Lidia Suárez))) (@gracels) February 18, 2017
Tiny Trump waving with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Tiny Trump signing his Executive Orders
Tiny Trump at the White House
— HRCFanGal (@HRCFanGal) February 18, 2017
Tiny Trump and Steve Bannon
For the sake of the President’s tender feelings, we kindly request you do not share this article or contribute to the adventures of Tiny Trump. We trust you’ll do the right thing.
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