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People Are Pretty Sure This Conservative London Newspaper Is Trolling Trump With Its Front Page Layout, and We Totally See Why

US President Donald Trump speaks during the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, on March 2, 2019. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP) (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

British ambassador to the United States, Kim Darroch, quickly became the target of President Donald Trump's ire after messages from Darroch to officials in the United Kingdom described the Trump administration as "clumsy and inept," while criticizing Trump for "radiating insecurity."

Trump fired back at Darroch on Twitter, lambasting the ambassador as "wacky, "a very stupid guy," and a "pompous fool."


Trump's insults weren't exactly original, especially for him.

Many believe that The Times, a Conservative London newspaper owned by media mogul and prominent Republican Rupert Murdoch, found a more subtle way to fire back at the president with the layout of its front page.

Can you spot the jab?

Sure, the picture of Snowball the Cockatoo on the paper's front page corresponds to a story about the bird's dancing abilities, but people can't help noticing a certain similarity between the fowl's yellow feathers and Donald Trump's infamous hair. Are we sure this was just a coincidence?

People think not.

Some decried the layout as disrespectful and beneath the dignity of...Snowball the cockatoo.

Things may be fowl in the United States, but at least Snowball's talents aren't going unnoticed.

Snowball 2020.