Much to President Donald Trump's chagrin, 16 year old climate activist Greta Thunberg was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year.
Both the President and his son, Donald Trump Jr., tweeted to complain about the decision, with Trump—in the middle of over 100 tweets or retweets over the course of Thursday—tweeting that Thunberg should 'take care of her anger management problem.'
It wasn't long before Trump's campaign made matters even more ridiculous.
The campaign tweeted a photo of the Time Magazine cover with Trump's head superimposed over Thunberg's, replacing text that read "The power of youth" with "The power of promises kept." The campaign also included a list of Trump's supposed accomplishments.
It was truly bizarre.
The parodied cover urges supporters to text a campaign donation to Trump, but judging from the Twitter reactions, it seems most of these donations would be out of pity.
The achievements listed in the tweet were as artificial as the cover.
A new, weird low that, sadly, people saw coming.
This is at least the third time in a month that Trump or his campaign has tweeted a picture of his head superimposed on someone else. One was Sylvester Stallone as the title character from Rocky and the other was Thanos from Marvel's Avengers: Endgame.