There's nothing quite like a healthy bit of political banter to brighten your day, is there?
When it comes to politics, people often come up with marvelous and inventive ways of expressing their feelings about their most hated politicians... I'm not aiming this at the guys who chanted "F**k Trump" on live TV, despite how funny that was.
Anyway, some ingenious Trump-hater has devised a cunning plan... naming the street outside of Trump Tower after his predecessor, Barack Obama. Amazing.
And now, the idea has become so popular that it was turned into a petition, and has since gained hundreds of thousands of signatures online. Keep reading to hear the story of the fantastic idea, and, obviously, to find out where you can support the cause.
It's been 3 years... and people still love to troll Trump.Because with his motormouth antics over Twitter, it's just too damn easy, isn't it?
And if there's one thing that triggers the president the most...It's the mention of his predecessor, Barack Obama.
Trump and Obama don't have the best track record.The pair, who have a long history of jibes and criticisms, have made it clear that they aren't the best of friends. And Trump has been known to reference a lot of Obama's policies while he was president to defend his own mishaps.
So, what better way to ruffle Trump's feathers...
Trump Fact: New Yorkers don't like Trump. They have started a petition to request that the stretch of Fifth Avenu… https://t.co/uAffmunTal— Donaldo (@Donaldo)1565461924.0
Pretty likely, by the looks of things.
via: MoveOnA petition, which was started around October last year, has recently gained traction with people from all over the country signing to rename the block where Trump Tower stands. The petition requests for the stretch of Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th streets to be renamed "President Barack H. Obama Avenue."
And it would alter Trump Tower's address in the best way.
via: GettyIf the street's name was to change, Trump Tower's new address would read: "Trump Tower, 725 Barack H. Obama Avenue, New York, NY 10022."