Donald Trump’s tweets have become something of a talking point during his time as the 45th President of the United States, as well as way before that.
So much so that The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in the US has apparently decided to set up a real-life “library” showcasing some of Trump’s finest messages shared over the social network site.
The Comedy Central programme announced it would be opening The Donald J Trump Presidential Twitter Library later this year, and they’ve already got a Twitter account up and running for it.
Welcome everyone – including the haters and losers – to the most tremendous & presidential libary EVER. https://t.co/YOqnnOo4jl
— Trump Library (@TDSTrumpLibrary) March 28, 2017
In a release, the network said: “Every president since Franklin D Roosevelt has been honoured with a meticulously curated memorial library commemorating the documents of historical value crafted during his time as leader of the free world.
“Continuing this hallowed tradition, and seeing no need to wait for him to leave office, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will honour our current president with The Daily Show Presents: The Donald J Trump Presidential Twitter Library, the first of its kind, showcasing our Commander in Chief’s preferred vessel for communicating with the public, his Twitter feed.”
— Trump Library (@TDSTrumpLibrary) March 29, 2017
We know what you’re thinking but no, it’s not an April Fool’s – it seems like it genuinely might happen.
The network has said it’s going to be open in June 2017, but that the exact date is still to be confirmed with more details still to come.
The library will apparently be free and open to the public, and based somewhere in New York City – though it sounds like it may only be temporary: “It will be so tremendous that you’ll get tired of the tremendousness, so it will then close only a few days later. Sad!”
It also sounds pretty unique: “The exhibit will feature a fully interactive and hands-on experience for hands of all sizes, giving patrons the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to memorialise and celebrate the many ‘unpresidented’ moments of President Trump’s Twitter history.”
Who said libraries were dying out in this day and age?