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Donald Trump Tweeted a Photo of Himself Signing a Blank Sheet of Paper and the Internet is Dragging Him All The Way Down

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 22: U.S. President Donald Trump talks with journalists after signing tax reform legislation into law in the Oval Office December 22, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump praised Republican leaders in Congress for all their work on the biggest tax overhaul in decades. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

On December 21, Donald Trump posted a tweet to his official Twitter account: "Some of the many Bills that I am signing in the Oval Office right now. Cancelled my trip on Air Force One to Florida while we wait to see if the Democrats will help us to protect America’s Southern Border!”

Trump has been butting heads with Democrats over his demand for $5.7 billion to fund a 215 mile wall along the Mexican border.


He accompanied the tweet with a picture of himself in the Oval Office, surrounded by a massive stack of black folders, signing his name to a piece of paper.

The problem? The paper appeared to be completely blank.

Twitter wasted no time going after Trump for the pic.

Not only that...

Seriously?

Of course, this isn’t the first time Trump has been accused of using blank paperwork as a prop. In 2017, it was reported that Trump surrounded himself with blank papers during a press conference.

The photo and tweet came on the eve of a government shutdown, which Trump blames on Democrats who refused to approve his border security spending bill - which was, presumably, one of the documents causing him to cancel his holiday plans.

Despite the huge stack of paperwork, only two bills were signed on the day of the tweet, and none have been signed since then.