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Donald Draws for Android lets you make your own Trump executive order memes


I tried really hard, but I couldn’t not share this. If you’ve seen the recent TrumpDraws Twitter account (or you’ve been on the internet at all in the last few days), then you probably knew exactly what this app did before you clicked on the link to read this post. Yes, Donald Draws: Executive Doodle lets you create your own Donald Trump executive order memes using your own quick finger painting skills or photos from your phone…

For those out of the loop, a hilarious Twitter account popped up a few days ago making fun of President Donald Trump’s executive order signing photo ops. The account quickly went from zero to 250,000 followers, and has — as of the time of this writing — posted 11 different GIFs of Trump showing off executive orders with everything from poorly-drawn flowers to dinosaurs. Now, though, it looks like these memes are going to be so common that they might go stale. Sad.

That said, the app’s description on the Play Store is pretty funny in and of itself:

You don’t have this app? Sad.

You don’t need this app? Wrong. You’re wrong.

This app is gonna be uge. It’s gonna be big. It’ll be the biggest app. It’ll be the best app. It is the best app. This app is gonna make the United States of Amemeica great again. It’s gonna be everything.

The app’s description, when not making reference to Trump’s infamously unique way with words, says that you can create these memes by uploading a photo, drawing a picture and adding text to create “your favorite living meme.” From there, you can of course share your creations on Twitter and Facebook.  You can grab Donald Draws on the Play Store for free.

(h/t Android Police)

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