by Amna El Tawil
Tomorrow is the day when Donald J. Trump will, officially, become the 45th President of the United State. The inauguration will feature extreme security measures while Mr. Trump, his family, friends, and administration are making final preparations for the big today.
Today, the successful businessman uploaded a photo of himself writing the inaugural address to his Twitter account.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 18, 2017
Of course, whenever a famous person tweets somethings, hordes of other users decide to comment not so nice things. The new update wasn’t an exception as the President-elect was mocked mercilessly.
The Observer wrote Twitter users are trolling just about every aspect of this photo, from Mar-a-Lago’s interior decorating to the fact that the notepad is tilted away from the camera, and quite possibly blank. This isn’t the first time Trump has been accused of staging a big moment: at an event in March he touted successful brands like Trump Wine and Trump Steaks, and many people speculated that the folders he displayed at his press conference last week were filled with blank pieces of paper.
@realDonaldTrump So……you won't be tweeting it?
— Samir (Sam) Madani (@Samir_Madani) January 18, 2017
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) January 18, 2017
Trump’s aides say he has written his inauguration speech himself. It’s 140 characters long.
— Chelsea (@Chelseashow) January 18, 2017
— uhhh (@_uhhhhhhh) January 18, 2017
Live look at Trump writing his inaugural address pic.twitter.com/fhNcOLvJM8
— Ashley Alese Edwards (@AshleyAlese) January 18, 2017
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) January 18, 2017
Draw me like one of your French girls pic.twitter.com/3I4tjFiDn1
— HannahJane Parkinson (@ladyhaja) January 18, 2017
Trump will be sworn in as the next president of the United States on Friday in Washington, D.C. Nearly 50 House Democrats have chosen to boycott the event, but Hillary and Bill Clinton have stated they will attend. Former President George W. Bush will also be there.
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