Donald Trump is the most meme-able president ever, but after watching him in the long-form Axios interview with Jonathan Swan, it makes us more sad and scared than amused. boskle
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We love memes, but this Axios Trump interview has us overwhelmed by choice. Where do you even begin?
If you didn't get a chance to watch the almost 40-minute Axios interview with President Trump, this meme is the shortest summary we could find.
Trump was flopping and floundering during the whole Axios interview. This meme is the face of a man not used to being called on his BS.
Axios political reporter Jonathan Swan showed a whole range of emotions during the Trump interview. This meme is just a small collection of the WTF expressions that appeared across his confused face.
What's most frustrating about this Axios interview is that Trump thinks he did great, whereas this meme shows if he were at all self-aware he'd be taking another walk of shame.
Supporting restaurants is great, but not when the numbers don't add up and you get ripped off in the process. Hopefully this meme and the Axios Trump interview made some of his supporters reach the same realization.
The tombstone in this meme is a fitting obituary for the Trump presidency, and it's one he came up with himself in the Axios interview.
This meme would make us feel a little better about the Trump Axios interview... if the man in those portraits was also as flummoxed by the guy in charge of the nuke codes.
With a leader like President Trump and the knowledge he showed in this Axios interview, it's no wonder the rest of the world won't let us travel anywhere near them.
We're just as confused as Jonathan Swan in this meme. The Axios Trump interview made us more tired and sluggish than the biggest breakfast ever could.
This meme about the Trump Axios interview can be used to disprove anyone who says that anyone other than the president himself is needed to make him look bad.
This meme is as hilarious as it is terrifying. In the Axios interview with Jonathan Swan, President (yes... President) Trump used the exact same logic as anti-vaxxers and flat-earthers.
So what did Trump use in the Axios interview to justify his outlandish and untrue statements? As this meme shows, charts. Like some kind of art project with sharpies.
This meme is more accurate than the charts Trump had in the Axios interview. This certainly makes the upcoming presidential race more interesting.