/8 Times President Trump Had the Best, Most Beautiful Props

8 Times President Trump Had the Best, Most Beautiful Props

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Donald Trump is a man of the people, so he knows Americans like their news delivered the same way he does: with lots of pictures and graphs. Yet, while we all know our president has the best words, somehow his commitment to excellence in props has been overlooked. That ends today. Below, we show off the best pieces of paper shown off by our president, some of which actually had writing on them.

‘‘These papers are just some of the many documents that I’ve signed turning over complete and total control to my sons,’’ President-elect Trump explained during a January 2017 press conference in Trump Tower.

Trump never opened the folders, referenced specific documents, or let journalists review them, and some of the pages and folder labels appeared to be blank. But just look at all those pieces of paper! One of them had to say “no conflict of interest.”

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Yes, presidents usually get a letter from their predecessor, but how many of them received a long, thoughtful letter from the founder of ISIS?

Trump broke out this massive chart , which shows the permitting process to build a theoretical federally funded highway, several times in April 2017. Trump promised to get rid of many of these regulations, presumably stupid considerations like “Project in floodplain?” and “Project involve hazardous waste?”

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Who could forget that time Trump used a scissor to set free our dreams, and this inaccurately sized stack of paper?

The president is a busy man. It’s just more efficient if he signs first, fills in the bill part later.

When Trump declared on March 20, 2019, that the remnants of ISIS’s self-declared caliphate would be “gone by tonight,” the New York Times countered that there were still “reports of continuing fighting between the extremist group and American-backed local forces in Syria.” The Times supplied zero graphics to back up that claim, so it seems Trump was right.

Think President Trump doesn’t have a secret agreement with Mexico? Read this folded up piece of paper (through careful photo analysis) and weep.

Sure, Air Force One’s new paint job makes it look a lot like Trump’s private jet. But why isn’t anyone giving Trump credit for not demanding that George Stephanopoulos “hop in“?

“You can’t get any clearer!”