In a week when the president-elect made a habit of saying things like, “I will not apologize for winning,” he has also been accused of being unhinged and threatening to “bomb” a foreign country.
But what is the meme that best encapsulates Trump’s character?
Is it a meme that has become so widespread that it has become a meme itself?
Is that it?
I talked to a few people who have seen it before.
It was a meme with a history, and a history with people who really do care about its origins.
It has a lot of people who care about it, a lot more people who know about it.
Here are five things you should know about the meme, which has taken root on social media in a way that hasn’t been seen before.
What is the “Trump meme”?
“The Trump meme” was created by a man named Kevin O’Connor, who used the hashtag #trumpontwitter in 2016.
In the early years of the campaign, it was a bit of a joke, but as the election progressed, people began to recognize the message it was trying to convey.
The meme quickly became a viral sensation and has since become a popular online staple.
According to the website BuzzFeed, there are more than 2.5 million Twitter users who have used the meme.
The tweet that most defines the meme?
“I am not going to apologize for beating up on a Mexican drug cartel in Mexico.”
O’Connors own Twitter feed was filled with memes about Mexicans and drug cartels, and the tweet was one of the first he posted.
People began to notice the similarity between the meme and the president’s own comments.
But the meme didn’t take off until 2016.
It took off as a hashtag and has been used by thousands of people ever since.
The president-deplorable tweeted out this message: “I said it, I was right.
I beat up a Mexican cartel.
The border is wide open, and they’re coming.
They don’t have to worry about the border anymore.
They have a border to the sky.”
Trump was in Mexico in February 2016, and people took to Twitter to post the tweet and others like it.
The reaction was immediate, and it got him banned from Twitter.
This sparked outrage, and O’Conner, who is Jewish, was inundated with hateful messages.
Some people accused him of being anti-Semitic and anti-Israel.
Others called him a racist, and said he was inciting violence against Mexican Americans.
It didn’t end there.
Some tweeted O’Connell’s name as a slur, and he was accused of calling Trump a Nazi.
O’Reilly, a conservative commentator, was one who called for his own Twitter account to be taken down, and accused O’ Conners Twitter account of promoting racism.
It’s no secret that O’ Connors family, along with the O’CANNONS, has close ties to Trump.
He is married to his wife, Ivanka, and has five children, including son Barron, who was born in December 2016.
The family has also donated millions to the Trump campaign, which helped elect the president.
Many of the people who support the meme are the same people who are also calling for the president to be impeached.
Trump tweeted that Oconners “unbelievable” tweets were a sign of his “weakness and stupidity,” and said that he would never apologize for his comments.
OConners own Twitter profile has been taken down as well.
Many people are angry about his tweets, but many others aren’t, because they’re using the meme as a way to defend Trump.
The memes and the people they represent have been a platform for people to express their anger at Trump, and also to express the views of people of color.
What does the meme mean?
O’conners tweet is not the first time people have called out the president, but it is the most extreme example.
The Trump meme has been criticized for the way it has been appropriated by a wide variety of people, from those who support Trump to people who think it’s racist to those who want to get rid of it.
Some critics say the meme is racist.
Others say it’s anti-Semitism.
Some say it is anti-American and anti-“foreign policy.”
But O’ Connor says he didn’t start the meme in response to any specific political statement, but because he wanted to say something that he believed in.
“I think that there’s a certain amount of racism that is going on in America, and I think that racism has a very real impact on our society and our world,” he said.
“The American people have to recognize that racism is still rampant in this country and they need to make a decision that this is not acceptable.”
Does the meme have a political agenda?
OConnor says it is not a political campaign, and there are no plans to launch a presidential campaign.
He believes the meme can help people “get