Donald Trump Has Tweeted A Photograph Of Him As Rocky Balboa
Have you ever wondered what Donald Trump would look like as a boxer?
Well, wonder no more because the 45th President of the United States has done the hard work for you and shared a picture with the world, depicting - almost - exactly what it would look like.
Yes, the 73-year-old has just tweeted a topless photo of himself wearing a tight little pair of trunks, showing off his washboard abs. On closer inspection, however, something doesn't seem quite right about the picture, does it?
That's because it's actually a poster for iconic boxing flick Rocky, and the photo is of Philadelphia slugger Rocky Balboa. But where Sylvester Stallone's face would usually be nestled on the hulking figure's musclebound shoulders, Trump has, of course, superimposed his own mug.
It's pretty weird.
Quite what this all means is anyone's guess, but it has, unsurprisingly, garnered quite the reaction from thousands of followers who are torn between whether it is one of the most truly horrifying images they have ever seen or one of his funniest tweets of all time.
One perplexed user wrote: "Just opened Twitter and saw this. All I can say is....WTF!!"
Which is a pretty fair comment, I guess.
A second fan then said: "No comments. Just the photo. Amazing."
Another person simply told The Donald: "This is your best tweet yet."
But it's safe to say others weren't quite as kind with their assessment of the situation.
A pretty fierce critic hit back, writing simply: "Seek help Don."
Another asked: "Is it just me or did this Trump Rocky photo make anyone else throw up in their mouth a little?"
Whatever it means, I think we can all agree that we're not really shocked by anything he tweets anymore. He could come out and say he was going pro and taking on Anthony Joshua next week. It wouldn't event raise alarm bells.
Away from this recent Twitter outburst, Trump is currently at the centre of an impeachment process, which could, if successful, see him removed from office.
The entire investigation is focused on whether he improperly sought help from Ukrainian authorities to improve his chances of being re-elected in 2020.
It's alleged that he tried to pressure the country's President Volodymyr Zelensky into finding incriminating or damaging information on his main Democrat challenger, Joe Biden, as well as his son Hunter.
These are all claims that Trump has denied.
The impeachment process is still in its early stages, with the first public hearings starting earlier this month in the House of Representatives.
If the motion to impeach the president is passed - by a simple majority in the lower house - it then moves onto the Senate, where a trial will be held.
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