US President Donald Trump on Thursday tweeted a photoshopped image with his face superimposed onto the chiselled and bare-chested body of Rocky Balboa, the fictional boxer essayed by veteran actor Sylvester Stallone. The picture was used to promote the 1982 film Rocky 3.
According to The Guardian, the tweet was sent during a golf trip at one of Trump's golf clubs in Florida, during his Thanksgiving holiday at Mar-a-Lago. But the image was completely fake news, having been Photoshopped using the declassified image of the dog he originally shared.
President Donald Trump shared a weird photoshopped picture on himself on social media on Wednesday, amid the ongoing impeachment inquiry and one day before Thanksgiving.
He claimed, wrongly, that major media outlets were reporting he'd had a "massive" heart attack when he was taken, without prior notice, to the Walter Reed military hospital.
"I remember that in the old days, when we went to the wrestling matches, the way he admired people with bodies, and the way they would jump around in the ring, and to perform physical stunts and stuff like thathe had great admiration for that".
Comedian Josh Comer's tweet: "Sorry, but Rocky has defeated the Russian", referring to allegations of conspiracy between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government. The White House said afterward that Trump had simply chose to do part of his annual physical exam early, in order to save time later.
It flummoxed a lot of people. I swear to you, ' he added. Grisham further also acknowledged that President Trump has "more energy than anybody in the White House" as he starts working from 6 am and continues until "very, very, late" at night.
Trump had tweeted the doctored image on Wednesday.
The House democrats rallied behind a measure setting out rules for the public phase of their impeachment inquiry into President Trump endorsing the process.