Best Trump Resistance Memes

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Please Impeach Me!

via Twitter
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Don't Blame Trump

via Occupy Democrats
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Twitter Hissy Fit

via Twitter
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Remember When America Was Great?

Twitter
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Snowflakes

Twitter
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Angry at the World

Twitter
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Trump's Enemies List

Occupy Democrats
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Trump vs. Nordstrom

Twitter
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So Much Losing!

Occupy Democrats
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A Cheaper Wall

Twitter
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Justice vs. Trump

Occupy Democrats
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Trump Loves the Poorly Educated

via Twitter
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Trump's Executive Orders

Occupy Democrats
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Steve Bannon vs. the First Amendment

via Occupy Democrats
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Trump's SCOTUS Pick

Occupy Democrats
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Kellyanne Conway Talking

Occupy Democrats
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Abort This Presidency

via Occupy Democrats

Next > Funniest Trump Inauguration Memes



"In this press conference, Trump claimed to have had the biggest electoral win since Reagan, and when a reporter pointed out that was false, Trump responded with — and I quote — “I’ve seen that information around.” Around? He saw this information “around?” What, like it was tacked to a bulletin board next to guitar lessons and a picture of a lost cat?" -Conan O'Brien

"He said Hillary Clinton’s name 11 times during this press conference. Why is he still talking about Hillary Clinton? The election is over! Even lovesick teenage boys are like, “Move on, man. Let her go.'" -Conan O'Brien

"Famed Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein told CNN yesterday that the Trump administration is trying to cover up its ties to Russia. Bernstein wouldn’t identify his source, but did say [shows photo of Mitch McConnell] he goes by the name Loose Throat." -Seth Meyers

"Secretary of State Rex Tillerson today said that Russia must respect its international commitments toward Ukraine — and then he winked so hard he accidentally swallowed his eyebrow." -Seth Meyers

"President Trump today tweeted that the “failing New York Times must apologize” for publishing leaks from his administration, but at this point, if they didn’t publish White House leaks, the whole paper would just be the crossword." -Seth Meyers

"The big story is that last night, The New York Times published a bombshell report that President Trump’s campaign was in contact with Russian intelligence since 2015. When asked if it was true, Trump said, “Nyet! I mean, no!" -Jimmy Fallon

"Trump went on Twitter this morning and said that MSNBC and CNN are unwatchable. Then he said, “And I know, because I spend ALL DAY watching them." -Jimmy Fallon

"We just learned from multiple intelligence sources that Trump aides were, quote, “in constant touch with senior Russian officials during the campaign.” Constant Touch, by the way, is also Trump’s Secret Service code name." -Stephen Colbert

"This afternoon, we learned that Trump’s secretary of labor nominee, Andy Puzder, has withdrawn his nomination. Just to be clear, this is not a scandal. He says he just wants to spend more time with Michael Flynn." -Stephen Colbert

"This is the president’s second weekend in a row at Mar-a-Lago, the resort he owns in Palm Beach, where he played golf and dined with the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe. So on Saturday night they got the news that North Korea test-launched an intermediate-range missile. They decided to work that out over dinner, at a table in the middle of the Mar-a-Lago dining room surrounded by members of this club. Instead of getting and up going somewhere private they continued to eat while advisers rushed back and forth to the table handing them documents alongside the busboys handing them food. They used the flashlights on their cellphones to read these documents, like old men trying to see a menu. And in the end, they decided to impose more sanctions and also to split a tiramisu." -Jimmy Kimmel

"You know, if you’re going to hold a classified meeting in a public place, you do it somewhere where there aren’t any people. Like a RadioShack, for instance." -Jimmy Kimmel

"This week Donald Trump took Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe down to Mar-a-Lago. They were eating their dinners when they received news that North Korea had test-launched a ballistic missile. This is a provocation by a rogue nuclear state, so President Trump immediately retreated to a secure location where he could be briefed on the details. I'm just kidding!" -Stephen Colbert

"Other diners even posted Facebook photos of Trump and Abe looking at what one imagines are classified documents by the light of someone’s cellphone flash light. But I’m sure those documents are secure unless that cellphone flash light also somehow has a camera attached to it." Stephen Colbert

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