THE HUFFINGTON POST
Donald J. Trump might say he loves to read, but what we know for sure is that the president loves to tweet. So, “The Daily Show” announced Tuesday that it has decided to open The Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library to commemorate the many great tweets of our current commander in chief.
Certainly, we should properly recognize great moments in American presidential history like this one:
The show said in a release that this is going to be an “actual library” located in New York City. It will be open to the public for free for a brief period starting in June.
“It will be so tremendous that you’ll get tired of the tremendousness, so it will then close only a few days later,” the show said in the press release. “Sad!”
What, exactly, does any of this really mean? We can’t say for sure, but here is the most specific the release got:
The exhibit will feature a fully interactive and hands-on experience for hands of all sizes, giving patrons the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to memorialize and celebrate the many “unpresidented” moments of President Trump’s Twitter history. More details to be announced later.
“The Daily Show” is currently in the midst of trying to figure out the greatest Trump tweet of all time in the bracketed styling of March Madness, so we’re just going to assume it’s related to that.
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