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Someone Photoshopped Gwyneth Paltrow Into A Photo Of Trump's Arraignment—And It's Genius

The former President pleaded not guilty to 34 felony charges in court on Tuesday less than a week after Paltrow won her 2016 ski crash court case.

Gwyneth Paltrow; Donald Trump during his arraignment
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Twitter users had hilarious reactions after someone Photoshopped actor and wellness guru Gwyneth Paltrow into a photo of former Republican President Donald Trump's arraignment.

Last week, following a live-streamed trial that captured the attention of popular culture, a jury concluded Paltrow was not at fault for a collision that occurred during a family ski vacation in 2016. The collision occurred with a retired optometrist on a beginner run at an upscale ski resort in Utah.

In her countersuit, Paltrow requested a symbolic amount of $1 to show her intention was not motivated by money, which the jury granted her. This decision delivered the vindication Paltrow sought by choosing to go to trial rather than settling the matter out of court.

After the trial, Paltrow touched Terry Sanderson's shoulder and "wished him well" as she was leaving the court. When reporters outside the court asked him about the interaction, he said he responded, "Thank you, dear."

You can see the Photoshopped Trump image below.

The image quickly went viral—and people could not stop laughing and sharing commentary of their own.

On Tuesday afternoon, Trump turned himself in at the Manhattan Criminal Court and was taken into custody.

He has been accused of committing 34 felony charges, which include the fabrication of business records to conceal a payment of $130,000 made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels in the last days of his 2016 presidential campaign, allegedly to keep her from revealing their alleged affair.

After his arraignment, Trump went on an extensive rant about various conspiracies and grievances.

He complained about what he perceives as the "onslaught of fraudulent investigations" unjustly directed towards him, including "Russia, Russia, Russia," the two impeachment "hoaxes," the mishandling of classified documents at his Florida resort which he now refers to as the "boxes hoax," and his "persecution" by New York Attorney General Letitia James.