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Twitter Was Asked To Caption A Photo Of Trump Looking At The Statue Of Liberty—And The Responses Are Savage

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With his Independence Day "Salute to America" and his eye on the 2020 election, President Donald Trump has been trying his best to look patriotic.

But, as one recent picture demonstrates, it often results in Trump setting himself up for mockery and memehood.

The picture features Donald Trump gazing out of Air Force One at the Statue of Liberty.

Twitter user Gary Kerner turned to his followers to ask for a fitting caption.

While we're sure the picture was meant meant to look presidential, it became the subject of the most brutal caption contest in recent history.

Check out some of the responses below.

Many of the responses skewered Trump's sexism and the boorish way he tends to talk about women.

Others threw it back to an infamous Trump line from the 2016 presidential debates.


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"The greatest puzzle book ever. Everyone's saying it. Everyone. You'll build a wall, color his face (in orange of course), and crack his language code."
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