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Trump Dumps Fish Food In Koi Pond, Becomes An Instant Meme

Donald Trump is currently on a 12 day trip to Japan, and the first leg has already spawned a number of memes. While visiting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the President took part in a koi feeding ceremony at Akasaka palace in Tokyo. A photo of the feeding went viral, depicting Donald Trump pouring the contents of a traditional fish food box into the pond. Later, more photos were released of the President showing more restraint. 

The first photo was shown to be a sign of disrespect, which FOX claimed was more fake news. Fake news or not, the image has inspired quite a few amusing memes, some even featuring everyone's favorite ingredient sprinkler - Salt Bae

So who did it better? If you think these Donald memes are good, this collection of the best Trump memes will definitely be right up your alley. Whatever you think about the ceremony and how it went down, no one can deny the great moments provided by Trump and his family. Just take a look at some of Melania's best "original" quotes and decide which Trump takes the cake. 

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Nothing quite like the holidays to get people riled up right? After her ridiculous childish tantrum, she screams, "I VOTED FOR TRUMP!!!!”

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Donald Trump Said "7-11" When Talking About "9/11" and the Internet Response Did Not Disappoint

Donald Trump was speaking in Buffalo, New York when he referenced September 11, 2001, as you do when you are an American politician. Instead of saying "9/11" though, he accidentally said "7-11". If you thought the internet was just going to let that one go, you were wrong.

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politics veep tv The Australian Prime Minister's New Slogan Might Mean He's Been Watching Too Much TV
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Australia's prime minister,Malcolm Turnbull, just came up with a new campaign premise that 'Veep' fans will be a little too familiar with. He talks about keeping continuity... but also changing, something that Julia Louise-Dreyfus's character on 'Veep' also promised. 

You can see him explain it right here:



Actors and creators involved on the show, 'Veep', commented on how surprised they were that this turned into a real political talking point.  Maybe they were too good at parodying politics? 


via @simonblackwell, @frankrichny@OfficialJLD

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Ludacris and his foundation were honored in Atlanta for their decade-long work in improving public education. On the way out, of course, he had to drop this little ditty. 

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