Trump Supporters Have Been Sharing This Photo of Trump Helping Hurricane Victims — Without Realizing It’s Totally Fake

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President Donald Trump has been getting some backlash for his halfhearted response to the devastating hurricanes that have rampaged the country in the last few weeks.

In a response to criticism about not meeting one-on-one with Harvey victims, Trump pledged to donate $1M to those affected, though there’s still some debate about whether or not that will actually happen.

Recently, Trump supporters have been circulating a rather strange-looking photo of the President wading through flood waters in a heartwarming and heroic pose.

But is it real? Keep reading to see for yourself.

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After this somewhat unflattering photo of Trump was published, he let it be known that he was not at all happy about it being made public, and asked for all news sources to abstain from posting it.

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This Trump-a-Loompa is one of our favorites. We’re imagining him singing and dancing in Wonka’s factory.

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His double chin just lends itself to so many brilliant parodies. His face kinda looks like melting wax anyway?

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Maybe Twitter can help us out….

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A photo of President Trump’s head has clearly been Photoshopped onto a fit young man’s body. Wanna see the picture?

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While it seems as though the impressive pic would be one the President himself would endorse, there’s something a tad off about it… It’s totally fake.  

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He’s got a point there.

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Although the size of Trump’s head seems a bit off in this one.

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And we wouldn’t put it past Trump to wear a full suit in a rescue boat.

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Perhaps this was what the Photoshopped pic was referring to in the first place?

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Okay, this makes much more sense than the altered version.

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We understand the urge to throw your laptop out the window. We really do. What do you think? Sound off on Facebook!

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