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The White House's new Twitter graphic instantly becomes a meme

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If it's a day that ends in "y" then the White House probably did something that's been turned into a meme.


This time it was a late night tweet follow up to Donald Trump's brief Rose Garden rant on Wednesday morning. Late Wednesday night, the White House Twitter account sent out the following  tweet using a special quote graphic to share a line from Trump's ramble. 



pic.twitter.com/Oac6L3jwPd


— The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 23, 2019



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While the quote itself doesn't make sense, in or out of context, what did click with Twitter users was the opportunity presented by the new graphic: a chance to make their own Trump quote cards. And they did not disappoint.  Read more...

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