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'White House Karen' Trends After Trump Goes On A Morning Rampage About Pretty Much Everything

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On the morning of November 16, President Trump shared a series of tweets, clearly attempting to get what he wants by denying reality.

The soon-to-be-former President's topics ranged from the 2020 election outcome to a promising new vaccine for the virus, among other things.

It was very awkward.

Trump's strange, entitled tweets prompted the internet to label him "White House Karen." And, of course, a hashtag quickly followed.

Before long, White House Karen memes were everywhere.

Karens everywhere likely look up to the President as a model of perfect behavior.

History books may even remember Trump as the first "Karen" in office.

We all know the President's go-to move has always been calling a manager.

Trump's last days in office were always going to be memorable, but very few people could have predicted the President would be leaving behind an endless trove of Karen memes.