Trump Campaign Claims There’s ‘No Evidence’ Picture Of Trump’s Face On Rocky Balboa’s Body Was Photoshopped
President Donald Trump’s campaign fired back at The Washington Post for reporting the president is not actually Rocky Balboa, blasting the report for the lack of “evidence.”
The stunning attack came after the president posted a photoshopped a picture of his face on the body of actor Sylvester Stallone’s body from the movie Rocky III.
“Trump tweets doctored photo of his head on Sylvester Stallone’s body, unclear why,” The newspaper tweeted. The Trump campaign fired back with a bizarre claim.
“Washington Post claims – without evidence – that [Trump] shared a ‘doctored’ photo,” the campaign wrote.
— Team Trump (@TeamTrump) November 27, 2019
And mockery quickly ensued:
Our eyes still work, chief. pic.twitter.com/FzVobxtfZj
— Gary M. Sarli♿️ (@GMSarli) November 27, 2019
So you’re claiming that Trump actually has Sylvester Stone’s body from Rocky III?
Did they attach his head at Walter Reed?
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) November 28, 2019
This is the thing with authoritarian regimes and their loyalists. They gaslight so much and forget to take into consideration that people have eyes and ears.
— Olga Lautman (@olgaNYC1211) November 28, 2019
Is your argument here that it was real? https://t.co/5xGWyj3ixD
— Gary Legum (@GaryLegum) November 28, 2019
— SuzieB🌊🇺🇸🌊 (@rue_berger) November 28, 2019
Spoiler: the photo is the evidence. https://t.co/NAsvmrDzN1
— Scott Lincicome (@scottlincicome) November 28, 2019
I would like to remind everyone that one of the articles of impeachment against Andrew Johnson in 1868 was just for generally 'bringing dishonor and ridicule upon the office of the president" https://t.co/GiMgtsOCrP
— Arthur Chu (@arthur_affect) November 28, 2019
Trump's just gonna have to strip down and prove it to everyone I guess. https://t.co/sxjthMkWfg
— Corey Pein 😃🤑😐😩💀 (@coreypein) November 28, 2019