In Washington, D.C., for Donald Trump’s 73rd birthday, a comic gallery was set up to capture the president’s Twitter posts. The viewers of the exposition are offered an interactive, the plot says.
Every visitor can feel like a president for a second, but every time Trump writes a new tweet, the gallery triggers an alarm. The exposition includes a map of the countries Trump treated wrongly, a joking map of the global conspiracy theory, thematic collections about Obama or criticism of the media. There is a lot of sarcasm at the exhibition, but Trump gave us the opportunity to collect no less material. “I like it, it allows us to better understand this person,” says one of the visitors.
The Presidential Twitter Gallery. In Washington, DC, for Donald Trump’s birthday, thanks to which Twitter is now a friend of every grandmother’s, a comic gallery has been set up, where all of the presidential notes have been captured and visitors are offered an interactive experience.
Also, the organizers have invented a nickname generator from Trump, which can give an epithet exactly on the name entered by someone. There is even a cemetery in the exposition, where remote tweets, which were saved by users, rest. “There are a lot of people, and we all like it, so it’s a beautiful gallery,” says one of its guests. The exhibition is so beautiful that even Trump’s admirer is delighted with it: “I think he is a wonderful president! I don’t care what they laugh at here – I decide what to think.
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