Donald Trump just shared a bizarre eclipse meme of Barack Obama

Nick Reilly

 

President Trump’s latest retweet

Donald Trump has shared another bizarre meme on Twitter, this time showing him gradually encroaching in a photo of Barack Obama, alongside the caption ‘The Best Eclipse Ever’.

The image, which was retweeted by the President, shows him becoming increasingly visible in a photo of Obama, until he is entirely covering the the ex-president.

The imagpicturee was originally posted by Jerry Travone, a self-proclaimed “Proud Trump supporter and pushback against liberalism.”

Travone’s Twitter feed shows him to be a vocal supporter of the President, with several tweets hitting out at left-wing activists and another accusing Bill Clinton of being a sexual predator.

Donald Trump retweeted the image (Picture: Twitter)

Responding to the tweet, one user wrote: ‘This is actually correct. The Darkness of Trump has overtaken the brightness of Obama. The Sun is what gives us life and energy!’

Another wrote: ‘You’re pathetic and vindictive. Your administration is a failure. You don’t hold a candle in comparison to Obama’s success. Seek therapy.’



‘He RETWEETED this! So disgusting & vile ! Obama will always better than you’, another user wrote.

President Trump’s newfound penchant for retweeting has caused increasing controversy.

Earlier this month, the President retweeted a cartoon showing a train ploughing in to person with a CNN logo plastered over their face. It came just days after the attack in Charlottesville, when a woman was killed when a car allegedly driven by a White Supremacist rammed into a crowd of protesters.

The controversial meme

Soon after, he retweeted a far-right conspiracy theorist who pushed false ‘Pizzagate’ child sex abuse claims.

Jack Posobiec’s original tweet

The retweet from the President came only moments before he hit out at the media, and misspelled ‘there’.

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Yesterday, leading political commentator Keith Olbermann predicted that the President would “resign suddenly”, claiming that he will leave office when special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into his campaign’s links to Russia grow too close for comfort.

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