Netizens Are Suggesting White House Exit Pranks Obama Could Play On Trump
President Barack Obama with President-elect Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday. (Photo: Reuters)
On November 8, as the results of the US Presidential elections were declared, Americans as well as a lot of people from around the globe, including a few world leaders, refused to believed that Donald Trump had emerged victorious.
People failed to believe how Americans could choose to vote for someone in spite of his sexist and rascist comments.
What followed was outrage, protests on the streets and panic among those against whom Trump had spoken against during his election campaign. In fact to express their anger social media users began tweeting with #NotMyPresident which later emerged as a top trend on the micro-blogging site.
Apart from having a hard time accepting that Trump was going to be the head of the state, people were finding it extremely difficult to come to terms with the fact that Barack Obama had just about two months in the White House.
Since the election day, netizens have shared touching messages, videos expressing that Obama will be missed. While some spoke of Obama-Biden camaraderie and Biden's conspiracy theory jokes, recently some social media users discussed ideas and ways as to how Obama could leave the White House for his successor with the hashtag White House Exit Pranks.
Soon enough, #WhiteHouseExitPranks became a hot topic on Twitter and hundreds joined in to give their expert suggestions.
— Tosha O'Neal (@OMGoshTosh) November 26, 2016
Reroute the WH drinking water to come from Flint, MI.
— Souper (@redsvt1) November 26, 2016
— TXgirl88 (@laceyh88) November 26, 2016
— Brian Plaideau (@PhunPhactory) November 26, 2016
— RussianHacker.357 (@SonofLiberty357) November 26, 2016
— Dem Texas Girls (@TexDem16) November 26, 2016
— Jimm Retling (@JimmRet) November 26, 2016
Leave Hilton hotel towels and little Holiday Inn Express hand soaps in every bathroom. #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— 69 (@athleducated) November 26, 2016
Paint the White House black. #WhiteHouseExitPranks
— Koko (@KokosFlight) November 28, 2016
— Liquidkool (@liquidkool66) November 28, 2016
#whitehouseexitpranks Make up a fake 'Presidents Book' and put all kind of "revelations" in it, then hide it in the Library of Congress.
— Matt_Drobnik (@drobnikm) November 29, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump will take Oath of Office on January 20, 2017 as the 45th President of the United States.
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