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Trump's Team Pastes His Head Onto Greta Thunberg's Body On Her TIME Magazine Cover

In a bizarre campaign move, President Trump's team has photo-shopped his face over 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg's to promote his agenda while also trolling the teen's recent honor as TIME's Person of the Year, the Independent reported.

The doctored photo was shared to the official Trump War Room Twitter account on December 12, just one day after Thunberg won the accolade for her environmental activism and for turning "vague, middle-of-the-night anxieties into a worldwide movement calling for urgent change."

Trump took to Twitter last week to mock Thunberg's new title and brand her win "ridiculous."

His son, Donald Trump Jr., also made his feelings towards the teen's win known and tweeted, "Time leaves out the Hong Kong Protesters fighting for their lives and freedoms to push a teen being used as a marketing gimmick. How dare you?"

Just a few hours after Trump tweeted about Thunberg, his team posted their edit to the teen's TIME cover.

Along with the doctored picture, the War Room account also listed what they believe to be reasons why Trump is the real Person of the Year, including the fact that his long-promised border wall between Mexico and the southern U.S. states was constructed this year.

Unsurprisingly, people online weren't impressed with Trump's attempt to troll Thunberg's win.

One user wrote, "This would be funny if it wasn’t so sad. Pathetic."

Another added, "I have never in my life seen something so pitiful.
Supposedly the 'most powerful man in America' photoshopped on to the image of a teenager."

This isn't the first time Trump's team has used photo editing to try to further his campaign.

Last week, the War Room account shared a doctored video of Trump's head superimposed over the Marvel villain Thanos' body along with the caption, "President Trumps' re-election is inevitable."

In the clip, Trump as Thanos declares he is "inevitable" and snaps his fingers.

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It then cuts to edited footage of Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic leaders who disintegrate, much like the characters in the Marvel movie Avengers: Infinity War.

In another bizarre campaign effort, Trump recently shared a photo himself as Sylvester Stallone's character, Rocky Balboa.

Without any caption to explain the strange edit, Twitter users were left to come to their own conclusions.

Some assumed this was the POTUS' way of letting the world know he's ready for a fight in the midst of his impeachment hearing

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Others simply concluded that Trump took one too many golf balls to the head and should have his phone taken away from him ASAP.

h/t: Independent

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