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Mathematicians, social media experts & teachers agree: Trump can indeed create a resignation letter.
Richard Nixon has provided an easy-to-use template. Mathematicians have calculated the length of Nixon's resignation letter, and social media experts report that the main contents would be tweetable at just 108 characters, modified with Trump's signature. Educators describe the assigned resignation task as "level-appropriate."
Trump models an orange jumpsuit in this motivational meme for the Resistance.
Which crimes might help put Trump behind bars? Here is a partial list of ideas:
Happy 2019, Resistance! - TrumpMemes.net
Lie counters at The Washington Post report that Trump told his 2,000th public lie on January 10, 2018. Thus if he'd like to curb fake news, we suggest he shut his piehole.
Trump's 2000th lie was about the estimated cost of the US-Mexico border wall that he's been promising to supporters since 2015.
The Post maintains a comprehensive timeline of Trump's lies at washingtonpost.com/graphics/politics/trump-claims-database. They even chart the frequency of Trump's public lies by topic! Meanwhile Melania keeps a private list.
This Trump caption game was made with the Captionable app for iOS.
You have entered another dimension. Here Donald Trump is a stable genius, Hillary Clinton is having an affair with V. Putin, and Don shares a White House bedroom with Melania.
This Trump meme recognizes so-called President #45's morning tweetstorm of January 6, 2018.
....to President of the United States (on my first try). I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 6, 2018
"It is time to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C. This is why I'm proposing a package of ethics reforms to make our government honest once again."
- Donald J. Trump, October 2016, Wisconsin campaign rally
The hypocrisy! Even before he took office, Trump was battling with the Office of Government Ethics. As Trump pointed his orange finger at "Washington politicians," the federal ethics office was overwhelmed by calls from people pointing to Trump and urging investigations into his conflicts of interest.
By May 2017, the fact that Trump hadn't followed through on Project Swampdrain was evident even to his supporters. A Monmouth University poll found that just 24 percent of respondents believed he was draining the swamp. Thirty-two percent believed he was making matters worse.
As the new Trump Administration made Washington swampier and swampier, the Republican-dominated Congress refused to acknowledge that a Trump toupee was clogging the drain.
So-called representatives wear rose-colored goggles in the Trump swamp. But fear not, Resistance! The man-made swamp that Trump built is now so thick, it's like quicksand. Any move he makes, he's in deeper. He's going down.