On their way out the door, President Trump and his team are bringing back some of their greatest hits from the past four years.
As Trump continues to falsely claim he won the 2020 elections, many of his fans traveled to Washington D.C. for a "MAGA March" to show their support for the President.
After the march was over, both White House Spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany and Trump himself grossly exaggerated the number of people who attended the event.
McEnany even went so far as to claim "one million" marchers were present. Photo evidence made it abundantly clear that was not the case.
AMAZING! More than one MILLION marchers for President @realDonaldTrump descend on the swamp in support. Best ba… https://t.co/btpGICWSKH— Kayleigh McEnany (@Kayleigh McEnany)1605370573.0
We don’t have exact figures, but the crowd is not remotely close to a million people. https://t.co/J4y0IJp2xm— Daniel Dale (@Daniel Dale)1605375836.0
McEnany 11:16 AM: “More than one MILLION marchers” Trump 3:24 PM: “Hundreds of thousands of people” Trump 12:00 AM:… https://t.co/RHeK0XY6yZ— Daniel Dale (@Daniel Dale)1605418393.0
As with Sean Spicer's infamous claims about the size of Trump's inauguration crowd, McEnany's lies serve no practical purpose other than to stroke the President's ego.
@FPWellman @kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump MAGA vs. Women guess which one is over a million? Hint: not MAGA https://t.co/t77w0LujQu— too much chaos "koolaid drinkers and next of kin" (@too much chaos "koolaid drinkers and next of kin")1605386989.0
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump Lol! “A million”! Well I guess seeing as you’re Kayleigh Macaroni we should give… https://t.co/b0ZKC5GifS— Hounddog1971 (@Hounddog1971)1605412750.0
Clearly Trump's team has a lot of trouble with counting.
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump If that's a Million people then Joe Biden won by 5.5 Billion votes instead of 5.5 million.— Mrs. Krassenstein (@Mrs. Krassenstein)1605382159.0
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump Girl, you can't count. Maybe that's why you are having such a hard time understa… https://t.co/EpW1krOeXe— SB2019 (@SB2019)1605412177.0
People noted how small the MAGA March was compared to many of the large events protesting the President.
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump Yeah, not quite. Now this... THIS was a march. And no one showed up in body arm… https://t.co/c5F5tRgUat— Carissa in NV 💛 #CountEveryVote (@Carissa in NV 💛 #CountEveryVote)1605371144.0
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump This administration is going out the same way it came in: by blatantly lying about crowd size.— Brian Tyler Cohen (@Brian Tyler Cohen)1605381532.0
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump I see that you went to the Sean Spicer school of crowd size. 😂😂😂😂— cyanoticwaveLVT (@cyanoticwaveLVT)1605417244.0
No matter how many people attended the MAGA March, President Trump will be leaving office on January 20.
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump shouldn't you be working on your Linked In profile right now— Jeff Tiedrich (@Jeff Tiedrich)1605374013.0
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump It also appears to be two shots of the same intersection from different perspectives.— Pé (@Pé)1605371077.0
It seems unlikely that any sane person could genuinely believe these pictures show a "million" people.
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump Joe Biden still won the popular vote, along with the electoral college. In other words, Trump still lost.— David Weissman (@David Weissman)1605370647.0
@kayleighmcenany @realDonaldTrump You must know that’s not a million people— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@Molly Jong-Fast🏡)1605373488.0
With just a short time left in power, President Trump's team will likely bring out some of their biggest falsehoods yet.
At least they're good for a laugh!