Donald Trump’s speech about impeachment and the Mueller report instantly became a meme

Donald Trump’s speech about impeachment and the Mueller report instantly became a meme

Donald Trump lashed out at Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats and refused to sit at the White House for a scheduled bipartisan meeting about infrastructure.

He said he will not work with the party until investigations against him have been closed, and instead the US president took to the Rose Garden for what he called an ‘impromptu’ address about the Mueller investigation.

Except people quickly noticed that signs had been set up beforehand about some of the reports's findings and read, ‘NO collusion, NO obstruction’ which suggested the address had been planned.

Needless to say, the signs quickly received the meme treatment

Some recreated signs were more on the nose than others

Others used illustrations

Russian president Vladimir Putin was dragged into the mix

George Conway, Trump advisor Kelly Anne Conway's husband asked why someone couldn't just put a sign on there saying "I am a loony tune"

So someone did

Others pointed out that 'impromptu' was perhaps not the word that should have been used to describe the speech...

His penchant for fast food also became a point of humour

Others paid the meme forward

During the meeting that Democrats had scheduled, Trump refused to shake hands with anyone, cut the meeting short and delivered a speech about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for accusing him of engaging “in a cover up” over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 elections.

He later wrote on Twitter: “So sad that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will never be able to see or understand the great promise of our Country.”

They can continue the Witch Hunt which has already cost $40m and been a tremendous waste of time and energy for everyone in America, or get back to work.

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