These pictures of Trump's unbelievably orange face are genuinely disturbing

Sirena Bergman@SirenaBergman
Saturday 08 February 2020 09:00

A remarkable photo has surfaced of Donald Trump which is... revealing, let's just say.

In the picture, the president is walking across the south lawn of the white house. He looks over his shoulder and gazes into the distance, his hair windswept from his face in the crisp winter weather, and the background is soft and blurred.

It's so good it almost looks staged. Except for one thing. His face.

His face is... BRIGHT ORANGE. Like, full on tangerine vibes. As though he'd rubbed Dorito dust all over it, and then dunked it in cheese sauce just to be on the safe side.

And for once, we are treated to side-by-side contrast, all the better to appreciate it with. Remember the windswept hair? Yeah so, Trump has clearly never heard of a blending blending brush because whatever it was that is making his face this colour stops abruptly at the perimeter of his face.

The picture was tweeted out by an unverified account called White House Photos which appears to belong to photographer William Moon.

People have questioned how real the picture is, and whether the whole account is actually a spoof.

While the original picture does look highly stylised, it appears that the bizarre double-tone of it is real, although the saturation and background burring is giving us lowkey factune vibes. We're thinking a filter is likely, but people were sharing enough photos that showed similar issues to convince us.

And Moon himself released a black and white version, which is honestly even more terrifying,

People on Twitter are making a lot of great comparisons.

It's worth noting that while we're not here to shame anyone for having a fake tan/bronzer/foundation mishap, this is something which has been going on for years.

After being mocked mercilessly and having all the money in the world at his disposal, one would think Trump would at least try and get someone to show him how to apply his make-up properly. Or at the very least watch a YouTube video? PLEASE??

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