Someone Replaced President Trump With His Terrible Disney Animatronic And It's Hilarious

In case you didn’t hear the news earlier this month, Walt Disney World’s Hall of Presidents reopened after months of delay with a new addition — President Donald Trump. And the animatronic was immediately mocked online for looking absolutely nothing like President Trump. 

So Twitter user Born Miserable decided to Photoshop President Trump out of several photos and replace him with his robot counterpart in what may be the best series of tweets on the Internet. 

“I’ve done several Trump Photoshops and when I saw that animatronic figure, I just thought it would make more sense to put it in place of him — just about as much of a human being as he is,” Born Miserable told Mashable

Somehow, it makes this photo look even more evil…

Even a robot needs a break every now and then.

There was the time President Trump mocked a disabled reporter…

These are the best photoshops ever. And social media users seem to agree…

That’s one way to round off the year. 

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This Girl Replaced All Her Family's Photos With Perfect Replicas Starring Their Dog

It’s summer, and there isn’t much to do. As former children, we all know there’s only enough entertainment to keep you busy for the first few weeks of summer break. After that, it’s up to you to make some fun. Just take this Twitter user Marissa Hooper as an example.

The 21-year-old student decided to reshoot all the family photos that were on display around the house and replace all her family members with her dog, Dixie.

Marissa swapped out her older sister’s kindergarten yearbook photo, a vintage black-and-white picture of her grandmother, and her own graduation photo with hilarious recreations featuring Dixie.

Her mom, Kathryn, told BuzzFeed that it took a few weeks for her to notice that the photos were being replaced. “It was kind of embarrassing,” she said. Eventually, a friend who was hanging out at the house pointed it out to her. “I don’t want people thinking that’s what I do in my spare time,” she added. 

Twitter found it hilarious, of course. 

Since the tweet went viral, Marissa has started an Instagram account for all of Dixie’s fans. 

We all need to steal this idea. 

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