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Known for making outlandish statements and outrageous accusations without a shred of evidence, Donald Trump makes spotting an April Fool's Day story even more difficult than usual.
Twitter users have been quick to point out that April Fool's Day has lost its edge, as every day brings more absurd headlines and the presidency seems like one long on-going joke:
Every day is April Fools with Donald Trump's White House. — Lee Radziwill (@Lee Radziwill)
Donald Trump has made April Fools Day just that little bit more challenging. — Rob Trimble (@Rob Trimble)
Donald Trump and Sean Spicer have already made it really hard to decipher actual reports from April Fools Day jokes on Saturday. — W.G. Snuffy, Esq. 🇺🇸 (@W.G. Snuffy, Esq. 🇺🇸)
What even is the point of #aprilfoolsday this year when no ones gonna be able to beat Donald Trump and the Brexit vote anyway — chris 💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉 (@chris 💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉💉)
Donald Trump has ruined April Fools day forever. Wait - is that a bird? https://t.co/avgF06xAGv — Brexit Watch #BrexitWatch (@Brexit Watch #BrexitWatch)
@TwopTwips DONALD TRUMP. Make the most of April Fools day. This is the one day a year it's actually acceptable to make stuff up #fakenews — James Wickens (@James Wickens)
April Fools' Day: there's going to be so much fake news around, Donald Trump's head might actually explode with fury at it all. #fakenews — Richard Gunn (@Richard Gunn)
Is anyone else concerned that Trump will see a prank #aprilfoolsday story, believe it, and declare war on Canada today? — Susan exuberantly (@Susan exuberantly)
I's just like to imagine Donald Trump losing his shit over all the actual #fakenews today #aprilfoolsday — Chasing Trainbows (@Chasing Trainbows)
Y'know what would be the best April fools stunt ever?
Donald Trump being honest for the day. — Andy (@Andy)
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