The last place graphic designer Charles Leazott expected to see his fake presidential seal was on a screen with President Donald Trump smiling in front of it. The seal, which features “45 is a puppet” and a bald eagle holding golf clubs, appeared behind Trump Tuesday when he took the stage at the Teen Student Action Summit hosted by the conservative group Turning Point USA.
I’d say it’s pretty emblematic of the entire administration.
List of altered details on the seal:
- “45 is a puppet” in Spanish
- The hammer and sickles in the flag crest
- The golf clubs instead of arrows
- The talon gripping cash
- The Russian double header eagle
“A Marshall Plan for the Middle East.” When you realize Trump and his friends are allowing foreign goats to dictate U.S. foreign policy for their own gain, getting journalists to twist themselves into pretzels asking about Trump’s racism seems like a good distraction strategy. https://t.co/Y1zQoORYQO
— Rebecca Scales (@RebeccaPScales) July 29, 2019
Rep. Cummings was targeted for a reason. The Oversight committee report is DEVESTATING: direct evidence that Trump & associates sold US foreign policy to UAE, Saudi Arabia and Russia to enrich themselves. #ReadTheCummingsReporthttps://t.co/PHV9sNYeYg pic.twitter.com/EhLp2vmVeW
— hila katz (@hila_tweets) July 30, 2019
BREAKING: Chairman @RepCummings releases new documents that show corporate and foreign interests seek to influence U.S. nuclear policy towards Saudi Arabia. 📍https://t.co/SDMRttIdFx pic.twitter.com/YStisI0Y1m
— Oversight Committee (@OversightDems) July 29, 2019
I’m begging the American people to pay attention to what is going on. Because if you want to have a democracy intact for your children, and your children’s children, and generations yet unborn we’ve got to guard this moment…this is our watch. pic.twitter.com/ShTZwbQROP
— Elijah E. Cummings (@RepCummings) July 24, 2019
President Trump tweeted that Rep. Elijah Cummings’ district is a “rodent infested mess” where “no human being would want to live.”
It’s @VictorBlackwell’s home district.
“When he tweets about infestation, it’s about black and brown people,” Blackwell says. pic.twitter.com/YFCvPCFhFk
— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) July 27, 2019