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Iranians Held A ‘Trumpism’ Art Contest As A Mockery To The US President. Here Are The Results

Donald Trump might just be the laughing stock of the world. This week, Iranians held a “Trumpism” art contest as a way to mock the U.S. president.

The point of the contest, according to Masuod Shojai Tabatabaei, who helped organize the contest, is to show Trump’s behavior in a satirical way. The show mocks Trump’s comments about women, the media and Russia, as well as his key campaign promise of building a southern border wall and images that tie Trump to fascism and the “alt-right.”

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“The ism in Trumpism is a reference to racism and Nazism,” Tabatabaei said. “Many believe his remarks are similar to Hitler. He has had a bad attitude toward media, refugees.”

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According to The Associate Press, Hadi Asad, the winner of a $1,500 award, said he wanted his cartoon to point out the “money-mindedness and war monger nature” of Trump.

“I wanted to show Trump while trampling symbols of culture,” Asadi told the AP.

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The contest attracted people from all over the globe. 74 countries participated in the art show, according to the AP.

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