Photo Of Trump And His Top Republican Associates Gets Trolled With Fake Band Names

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A photo of President Trump and some of the high-ranking members of his administration made the rounds recently, and Twitter wasted no time in roasting the group.

Jim Swift, a senior editor at The Bulwark, a conservative website, shared the image of Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Attorney General William Barr and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday morning.

Along with the photo, Swift asked Twitter to "name this band."

With Trump currently facing an impeachment inquiry for a questionable call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, along with a giant shadow cast on his entire administration and their involvement in trying to cover it up after the fact, there was plenty of fodder for Twitter to use.

And they certainly didn't disappoint.




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