When the US Presidential election results, on November 8, declared Donald J Trump as president-elect, a lot of people across the world refused to accept the truth for a long while. Their disbelief and shock that a majority of Americans still chose to vote for Trump, in spite of his sexist, racist and xenophobic comments, knew no bounds. Many Americans who hadn’t voted for him even started populating social media with the hashtag #NotMyPresident and made their dissent obvious in different ways.
More than that, a lot of people are still finding it hard to believe that President Obama has just two more months left in the White House. Obama-Joe Biden camaraderie and Biden’s conspiracy theory jokes started going viral, now we have #WhiteHouseExitPranks trending on Twitter. People are discussing the many creative (and absolutely hilarious) ways that President Obama can leave the White House ‘ready’ for his successor. Trump, who is now busy selecting members for his cabinet, will take Oath of Office on January 20, 2017 as the 45th President of the United States.
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Twitter users, seemingly morose about President Obama leaving, have managed to be at their wittiest best while they wondered about the best White House exit pranks Obama and Biden could cook up! One user suggested that he should build a wall around the Oval Office and tell Trump Mexico paid for it. Another user suggested this: “Paint a wall to look like a door and tell him it’s the ‘secret gold stash’.”
Sample some similar hilarious tweets here.
— RussianHacker.357 (@SonofLiberty357) November 26, 2016
leave a cat in the oval office with a note that says “Grab this one too!”
— Emilia🇺🇸 (@emnercessiann) November 26, 2016
— Liquidkool (@liquidkool66) November 28, 2016
— Jes Bautista (@cannedmermaid) November 28, 2016
— Candace (@clpercifull) November 27, 2016
— Jimm Retling (@JimmRet) November 26, 2016
— TXgirl88 (@laceyh88) November 26, 2016
Set up Kevin McCallister-worthy booby traps. #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— Erin O’mazing (@erin_oh_my_word) November 28, 2016
— Robin (@robin_nohood) November 26, 2016
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