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President Trump visited an Ohio hospital last week to "understand how states and communities are responding to the challenge of opioid addiction." The entire outing was clearly a feel-good, photo-friendly opportunity for the President, who immediately ruined everything by becoming a meme.


The President was coloring with a group of young children in the hospital when he decided (for reasons unknown) to lean forward and glare at the young girl across the table from him.

With a caption perfectly referencing Trump's recent legal troubles, Twitter user Miles Kahn sent the photo soaring into the stratosphere of meme-dom!

Twitter took Kahn's torch and ran with it.


Seriously though, why does the President look so angry at this child?

One can only imagine what these children are thinking...


The jokes practically write themselves.

These kids might look a little happier if another President was nearby!

Trump's meme-worthy glare isn't the only reason his coloring photo-op went viral.

Within the same span of several minutes, Trump was also caught coloring the American flag...incorrectly.

Reminder (in case there are any Presidents reading this): there are no blue stripes on the American flag.

Fortunately, Trump had a bunch of children nearby to cheat off of.

All in all, it's pretty easy to see how the event went for everyone involved.

H/T - The Daily Dot, Someecards

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