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President Trump claimed on Saturday that a viral photo of his tan lines,
which prompted #OrangeFace to trend on Twitter, was photoshopped. Trump
retweeted a photo of himself that was posted on Friday by an unverified White
House photography account, saying, "More Fake News. This was photoshopped,
obviously, but the wind was strong and the hair looks good? Anything to demean!"
The photo of Trump on the South Lawn on Friday appeared to be slightly darker
than other versions, including one taken by Reuters. The unverified account
tweeted Saturday afternoon that the picture "was never photoshopped, but used
the Apple smartphone's photo app to adjust the color of the picture." Twitter
users turned the photo into countless memes, many likening the president's
tan lines to the orange-faced Oompa Loompa characters from the children's book
and movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
An unflattering pic going viral on Twitter, that must have hurt Helmet
Hair worse than the impeachment.
Of course any sane president who didn't spend 80% of his waking hours on
Twitter would never have known about it.
Insecure Trump Posts Photoshopped Images Of Himself Looking Thinner, We Have The
Just in case you thought Donald Trumps vanity extended only as far as the
border wall he refuses to give up on, we thought wed let you know what hes
been up to quietly while you werent looking.
Actually, it was kind of while you were looking, but maybe you didnt know what
you were looking at. A new exposé from Gizmodo today dropped a couple of truth
bombs on Trumps social media habits, and it turns out that Don Jr and his
girlfriend arent the only ones Photoshopping all their flaws away.
Its pretty ironic, coming from the President who constantly decries fake news
whenever something uh, unflattering comes out, to find out that his social media
team is doing everything in their power to make images of him appear far more
flattering than they normally would: Slimmer, better hair, a more well-fitting
suit, and yes, longer fingers.
Take this Facebook photo that Trump posted, for example:
It looks totally normal, right? But when you compare it with the original
taken by his official White House photographer and posted to the official White
House Flickr page, you can see the differences:
A bit of a haircut, some flattening of the shoulder pads in his suit
dont stop at the superficial stuff. Look at his right cheek hes definitely
thinner. And that pointer finger? Lets see if this animation from Gizmodo helps
you spot the differences:
That face does not move, but the finger and the fat cheek? Busted, Donnie.
And thats not the only example. Look, another pointing picture for social
media, along with the original, in an animation. More finger elongation, more
shoulder smoothing, another haircut:
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