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To be human means getting toilet paper stuck to your shoe.

And the President is most certainly human.


It's most likely been a stressful couple of weeks for the President, what with his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.

Unfortunately this clip isn't going to help things.

While boarding Air Force One on Thursday, October 4, footage of Trump scaling the rampart with toilet paper stuck to his shoe was televised nationally for all to see and laugh at.

Obviously, when the footage emerged online, Twitter had a field day.



Jokes and edited versions of the video began spreading like wildfire!




Many people wondered why no one on Trump's team told him about the toilet paper.



Others saw the toilet paper as a symbol of something more.



The clip was undoubtedly enjoyable, if you're still able to experience joy.


The next time he's got paper on his shoe, Trump demands a Presidential Alert!

This cannot happen again!

H/T - Indy 100, Huffpost

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