The Republican presumptive nominee has talked about building a wall around America to keep Mexicans out on numerous instances. But for now, it seems like the only wall he is getting is a garbage wall right behind himself.
On June 28, Donald Trump delivered a speech at a recycling plant in Monessen, Pennsylvania. Trump took it upon himself on that day to slam the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but why he chose to do so in front of a pile of trash cannot be understood.
The internet, of course, cashed in on the opportunity, and trolled the business mogul with an epic series of ridiculous tweets.
Donald Trump is on CNN right now giving a speech in front of a literal wall of garbage. The metaphors are just too strong.— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) June 28, 2016
Some Twitter users made sure to express their dislike for the presidential candidate by comparing him to garbage, and saying that Trump standing in front of a garbage wall was a strong metaphor.
An image rich with many-layered symbolism: Donald Trump and the Great Wall of Garbage https://t.co/1gbN9oZaZ9— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) June 28, 2016
The presidential candidate, who is known for his hatred toward Mexicans, women, minorities, Muslims and pretty much everyone who is not white and rich, got a lot of hatred in return from people who understand that all he does is make false claims and bring down others.
Donald Trump is giving his speech in front of what looks like a wall of garbage, which sounds about right.— Gabe Ortíz (@TUSK81) June 28, 2016
"Tonight: Donald Trump campaigned in front of a Great Wall...of Garbage." -Every Nightly News MSMer, right now— Just Karl (@justkarl) June 28, 2016
“Mr. Trump needs a backdrop.”— Jamison Foser (@jamisonfoser) June 28, 2016
“What do you have in mind?”
“It’s gotta be on-brand. Obviously.”
“A giant pile of garbage?”
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