One of the central stories in James Cameron's Titanic is a doomed gambler who says he's king of the world setting sail on a sinking ship.
So one could argue that it resembles Donald Trump's presidency in more ways than one.
That argument was bolstered on Monday when Trump received the winners of the World Series—the Washington Nationals—at the White House.
As various players made remarks at the official reception, catcher Kurt Suzuki unexpectedly donned a Make America Great Again cap in support of Trump.
The President was clearly giddy at the surprise endorsement—so giddy that he caught Suzuki in a cringeworthy hug from behind.
President Trump calls Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki to the podium. "I love you all. Thank you Mr. Presi… https://t.co/h4kLMBL7In— ABC News Politics (@ABC News Politics) 1572906426.0
The image ended up overshadowing Suzuki's endorsement of the President.
Kurt Suzuki and Donald Trump... https://t.co/DhwPTs3OCL— Jake Russell (@Jake Russell) 1572893555.0
And the sight seemed familiar to some.
The Titanic memes soon came rolling in.
Looks like it was a fun day at The White House, #KurtSuzuki https://t.co/XumBOZAy18— Lance Ulanoff (@Lance Ulanoff) 1572901063.0
Starting the Monday with Kurt Suzuki and Donald Trump! https://t.co/3jGggTHPYv— Daily Cartoons (@Daily Cartoons) 1572908136.0
Got $100 says Kurt Suzuki went back to the Oval Office after this and asked Trump to draw him like one of his Frenc… https://t.co/MQBSzSYn3k— Chris Hatch (@Chris Hatch) 1572898420.0
Unfortunately for Trump, the Titanic memes were just the tip of the iceberg.
Donald Trump gropes breasts of Kurt Suzuki, demonstrating lack of sexism.— DPRK News Service (@DPRK News Service) 1572899198.0
Who had November 4, 2019 in the “Donald Trump has run out of women to grope” pool? Kurt Suzuki 🤮 https://t.co/aF44XEaina— Steve Redmond (@Steve Redmond) 1572912052.0
Trump gets friendly with Nationals' Kurt Suzuki at White House visit https://t.co/PIKJjmiIjA https://t.co/wV6A2bREBs— New York Post (@New York Post) 1572901036.0
Kurt Suzuki: the umpiring has been atrocious these first 6 games. Trump: I agree. I think I can fix it for game 7.… https://t.co/cNA8akdk84— Deer Chair (@Deer Chair) 1572894653.0
Trump joins dozens of baseball players in getting a few easy bases off of Kurt Suzuki https://t.co/Db2MoaOnmV— John Ray (@John Ray) 1572895180.0
While a few Nationals players may be batting for Trump, Nationals fans made their feelings toward the President clear when he showed up to game five of the World Series only to be inundated with boos and chants of "Lock him up."
At least Leonardo Dicaprio had better hair.