Donald Trump Jr. Posted a Bizarre Photo of the President

Veuer - July 5, 2018

Donald Trump Jr. shared a rather surreal image of his father, taking things to a new level of patriotism.

Nathan Rousseau Smith shows us.

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Donald Trump Jr. Posted a Bizarre Photo of the President

Taking things to a new level of patriotism, Donald Trump Jr, did away with the usual posts of hotdogs and fireworks, instead, sharing this surreal image of his father.????You can see President Trump dressed in Revolutionary War garb, minigun in one hand a bald eagle resting on the other and a billowing american flag.????“The is amazing,” Trump Jr writes.

The image from the unidentified artist sparking quite the reaction.

Newsweek, pointing out a few.

????"They should have this in the museum, none of this Mona Lisa," (ben_moskalensky).

"I’m a toll collector & put this picture on my window today!

Got more lovers than haters.

Best president ever!

Thank you God for Trump!" (shellyann_5).

But some less impressed.

"Lmao y’all are so quick to love guns and veterans but your dad dodged the draft twice," (Simpleton_owo).????It didn’t end there.

On Twitter, Trump Jr kept up the surreal look, giving a “live view” of President Trump on a tank.????As for President Trump, he posted this less dramatic but just as meme-worthy pic from his time on the campaign trail.

“Happy Fourth of July,” he writes.

“Our Country is doing GREAT!”??

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