People Can’t Believe Donald Trump’s Tiny Desk For His Thanksgiving Rant Isn’t A Joke

President Donald Trump sat at a small desk to baselessly rant about election fraud on Thanksgiving and Twitter users had a field day with the furniture. Trump flipped out at a reporter, whined about the media and refused to say if he’ll attend President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration while taking questions from the press after a video chat with service members on Thursday. ASSOCIATED PRESS President Donald Trump spoke with reporters following a video chat with members of the military and the tiny desk he sat at became a meme. Photographs from Trump’s presser soon became a meme as Twitter users joked the president had been moved to the kids’ table for Thanksgiving. Maybe if you behave yourself, stop lying to undermine a fair election & start thinking of what’s good for the country instead of whining about how unfairly you are treated, you’ll be invited to sit at the big boy’s table. #DiaperDon pic.twitter.com/nnNOoOI1gl— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 27, 2020 The Resolute Desk Total Landscaping https://t.co/JNlcrPR6gL— Amarnath Amarasingam (@AmarAmarasingam) November 27, 2020 3/ LMAO — he knows. #TinyDesk https://t.co/SsGqOH35aB pic.twitter.com/sy5BdPx7K5— Bad Fox Graphics (@BadFoxGraphics) November 27, 2020 I see no difference #tinydesk pic.twitter.com/6mRpPaIzaB— morgan mayes (@Morgan_Mayes) November 27, 2020 The already moved him to the Thanksgiving kids table… #tinydesk pic.twitter.com/T1kVDhhKvl— Boomer Berman (@BoomerBerman) November 27, 2020 I still can’t quite believe this happened today.Whoever suggested that desk … thank you.#tinydesk #TinyDeskDonald https://t.co/9sQ6Ko1bMA pic.twitter.com/xKuU0DVjUD— Noah Maher (@noahsparc) November 27, 2020 Is this the bunker desk? #tinydesk pic.twitter.com/PTkyAq7scD— NurseSheepie 💙 (@NurseSheepie) November 27, 2020 Donald Trump was moved to the kiddie table this Thanksgiving. Watch out, the grown ups are here now. #Thanksgiving #trump #tinydesk #BidenTransition pic.twitter.com/tAeQ1ZjnCN— Rachel Wilder (@RachelWilder_) November 27, 2020 There is no pen. pic.twitter.com/48nNeiWjNi— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) November 27, 2020 Tiny Desk pic.twitter.com/ywvufrvqBy— Light In The Attic (@lightintheattic) November 27, 2020 NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series really went downhill pic.twitter.com/09N8oEfdZ2— Walter Thompson (@YourProtagonist) November 27, 2020 This ain’t a desk this a nightstand. #tinydesk pic.twitter.com/JeBUMvdtDC— Da Rarest Sagittarius 🧜🏾‍♀️ (@chai_jani) November 27, 2020 Lame-duck dropping the worst tiny desk concert ever.— Mat Johnson (@mat_johnson) November 27, 2020 When Donald Trump learned President Obama had a tiny desk concert at the White House, clearly he misunderstood.Fitting. https://t.co/oa5QfPS75K— Charles Booker (@Booker4KY) November 27, 2020 Just want to give an extra Thanksgiving shout-out to the person in Trump’s camp who walked out to look at that desk prior to today’s presser and went, “Yeah, looks good. Bring him in.” #hero pic.twitter.com/wR4TnBmZOg— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) November 27, 2020 NPR Tiny Desk Concert. pic.twitter.com/lsoGv51wnN— Ken Jeong (@kenjeong) November 27, 2020 Thought this pic was photoshopped, but nope, just hilariously symbolic!Mini desk. Tiny hands. Infinitesimally small soul. https://t.co/7cxumf1MFN— Adam Lasnik (@thatadamguy) November 27, 2020 Speaking of #DiaperDon, whichever staffer tricked him into sitting at that tiny desk is a f’ing hero. I hope we find out their name someday so we can properly celebrate them. pic.twitter.com/FkjJ6ubkva— David Roberts (@drvox) November 27, 2020 I used to love Lily Tomlin’s big chair bit, but Prez’s tiny desk gag was even better pic.twitter.com/Z8CwR0FfzS— Eric Stangel (@EricStangel) November 27, 2020 hold me closer tiny-desk man— Adam Weinstein (@AdamWeinstein) November 27, 2020 this tiny desk concert is weird pic.twitter.com/XriylReuDY— marisa kabas (@MarisaKabas) November 27, 2020 The best part about the tiny desk is this is where he got mad at a reporter and snapped “I’m the president of the United States. Don’t talk to me that way.”A cartoonist couldn’t have imagined it better.— Helen Kennedy (@HelenKennedy) November 27, 2020 Aha I think I figured out where they did that tiny desk presser pic.twitter.com/ZVWbpT0LCV— Jess Zimmerman (@j_zimms) November 27, 2020

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