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Trump tweets bizarre parody video suggesting he’ll be president 4EVA

Trump provokes outraged reaction by tweeting bizarre parody video suggesting he’ll be president ‘4EVA’

  • Trump tweeted the video made by one of his supporters on Friday afternoon
  • Shows signs reading ‘Trump 2024’, ‘Trump 2028’, ‘Trump 2032’ and so on
  • The number race up for thousands of years until finally reading ‘Trump 4EVA’
  • Time Magazine explains that the animation is an altered former cover
  • Liberals explode with rage at the idea that Trump could be immortal ruler 

President Donald Trump has provoked outrage from liberals by tweeting a parody video suggesting that he could be president ‘4EVA’.

Trump tweeted the video, made by one of his supporters, on Friday afternoon, days after officially launching his campaign to seek re-election in 2020.

The video shows Trump campaign signs going up from 2024, 2032 and so on, before racing up into thousands of years before reading ‘Trump 4EVA’ as Trump stands somberly in the background. 

The video suggested Trump could be an immortal ruler

A parody video suggesting that Trump could continue as president for tens of thousands of years has provoked furious responses and accusations of ‘fascism’

Trump is Constitutionally limited to two terms in office, and the suggestion that he could be immortal and rule eternally drew furious reactions. 

‘FUNNY? The President of the United States just tweeted a video that envisions him remaining in the office for eternity in defiance of both human mortality & the 22nd amendment to the United States Constitution,’ tweeted New York Times reporter Kenneth Vogel.

‘This, ladies and gentlemen, is fascism,’ responded noted rapper Talib Kweli.

Time Magazine issued a statement saying that the video was ‘a manipulated version of the Oct. 22, 2018, cover of TIME.’ 

Trump also tweeted this latest cover of Time Magazine, which is real

Trump also tweeted this latest cover of Time Magazine, which is real

Trump makes remarks to the press as he departs the White House for a weekend at the presidential retreat at Camp David on Saturday morning

Trump makes remarks to the press as he departs the White House for a weekend at the presidential retreat at Camp David on Saturday morning

That issues touted a cover story about Trump’s potential influence on the Republican party after he leaves office.

On Saturday, Trump followed up by tweeting the real cover of this week’s Time Magazine, which features him in a cover story about his re-election campaign.

The magazine said that it is the 29th time Trump has been featured on the cover.

The record for most cover appearances is held by former president Richard Nixon, who appeared on the cover of Time 55 times, the magazine said. 

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