Trump Says He Looks Like Elvis Presley; Here’s How Netizens React!
On Saturday, Former President Donald Trump took to social media to address the long-standing comparison between himself and Elvis, acknowledging the comments that have been made over the years. Now this picture has been circulating widely. What are your thoughts on this?
His supporters willingly complied. Someone posted a picture of Elvis singing with a photoshopped image of Trump’s face and the words ‘Trump is the MAGA king’ overlaid on top. Someone else shared a picture of both men’s side profiles, suggesting that they have a striking resemblance.
Truth Social features a plethora of images that draw comparisons between the former president and various cultural, historical, and religious figures. Trump has shared an image of himself resembling George Washington, a video that portrays him in a divine manner, and statements that draw comparisons between him and Jesus Christ.
Trump Claims He Looks Like Elvis Presley
In previous instances, he has actively sought comparisons to Elvis. During a rally in 2018, Trump shared an anecdote about his resemblance to a rock and roll legend during his childhood.
“I probably shouldn’t mention this, as I don’t want to come across as conceited, because I’m not, but people used to say that, aside from my blonde hair, I bore a resemblance to Elvis when I was younger,” Trump shared. “Can you believe it?” I’ve always seen that as a wonderful compliment.
It seems that Trump has a strong connection to the singer of ‘Suspicious Minds.’ Trump discussed potential candidates for his vice president with Sunday Morning Futures host Maria Bartiromo. Among those being considered are South Carolina Senator Tim Scott and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem. He also mentioned the potential of organizing a rally in the South Bronx or Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Meanwhile, South Carolina Representative Nancy Mace, a staunch ally of Trump, held a rally in her state where she criticized former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley, who is Trump’s political opponent.
Despite the former president’s strong position as the frontrunner for the Republican nominee in the presidential election, he and his allies have intensified their verbal criticisms of Ms. Haley, a former Trump administration official.
On Truth Social, Trump shared polls showcasing his lead, spread rumors about her campaign, and posted an anti-Haley video ad.
The two candidates are set to compete in the South Carolina primary on February 24.