Earlier today (May 22, 2017) a world-traveling Donald Trump joined the millions of tourists each year who visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem and place a note within the timeworn cracks in the stone.
“The notes are a way to pray if you don’t know how,” explained Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz to Reuters back in 2007.
Naturally, people were wondering what Donald Trump wrote on his note. Here were a few of Twitter’s best guesses:
A nice note by Trump that he just placed in the Western Wall. pic.twitter.com/GVycRqQ3Fj
— Michael (@Home_Halfway) May 22, 2017
— Trendspitter (@Trend_Spitter) May 22, 2017
Someone already stole and published Trump's note from the Western Wall. pic.twitter.com/A4AZOrEjdQ
— Molly Hodgdon (@Manglewood) May 22, 2017
Weird note for Donald Trump to leave in the Western Wall…. pic.twitter.com/ChwfNZT1uJ
— April Lavalle (@imatoofbrush) May 22, 2017
Then again, he may have not posted a note in the wall, he may have been doing something else.
"How did they get Mexico to pay for this?" pic.twitter.com/tbCplxUSCZ
— Betty F*ckin' White (@BettyFckinWhite) May 22, 2017
Where's the pussy on this thing? pic.twitter.com/SHnQRxeouN
— Mike Primavera (@primawesome) May 22, 2017
[Trump at the Western Wall]
This is pretty nice but mine will be bigger and Mexico is going to pay for it.
— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) May 22, 2017
— 🌎Joshua Malina🌎 (@JoshMalina) May 22, 2017
It seems like Donald Trump is a walking meme.
As for the hands on the orb, this is what the Internet did with that. A photo showing Trump and Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia laying hands on a mysterious, glowing orb sparked a wave of jokes and memes online on Sunday (May 21, 2017).
The image of Trump, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi all touching a small illuminated globe appeared to confuse internet users, who began jokingly drawing parallels to a number of popular sci-fi films.
The leaders were in fact inaugurating a new state-of-the-art center in Riyadh to monitor and combat extremism, each placing their hands on the globe that officially activated the center and launched a splashy welcome video.
This is how Twitter reacted to that:
"With this orb we shall escape from the Phantom Zone, and Superman will never see us coming!" pic.twitter.com/9MIILbU6dn
— Oliver Willis (@owillis) May 22, 2017
Trump During the Campaign: "I will NEVER touch The Orb, even though its mysterious glow seduces and beguiles."
Trump Today: pic.twitter.com/eWoaDeXj8n
— Nick Greene (@NickGreene) May 21, 2017
Knew I'd seen it somewhere before. pic.twitter.com/LqBWxYnxr5
— Warren Leight (@warrenleightTV) May 22, 2017
who orb'd it better? pic.twitter.com/e6X5Ma9Epq
— regular gem (@Choplogik) May 21, 2017
When everything is going normally and very well also. pic.twitter.com/8FZEIrZfUC
— Matt Christman (@cushbomb) May 21, 2017
The Art Of The Deal
CHAPTER 6-Evil Orbs Of Power
There comes a time in every deal when you'll be required to siphon energy from an orb… pic.twitter.com/MYTcp5exDr
— Jordan Stratton (@jordan_stratton) May 21, 2017
For clarification, this is not a Satanic ritual. pic.twitter.com/CccP39fqN4
— The Church Of Satan (@ChurchofSatan) May 22, 2017